Sous Vide Sesame Chicken

If you love take-out Sesame Chicken, then you’ve got to try this sous vide version. The chicken stays tender and juicy, plus there’s no need to deep-fry. A quick toss with a spicy sauce brings it all together. Continue reading “Sous Vide Sesame Chicken” »

Pepperoni Pizza Penne Pasta

Eat Your Food! Think of pepperoni pizza, but as pasta! Kid-friendly, and parents can add some extra spice to their bowls with a crunchy breadcrumb topping. Continue reading “Pepperoni Pizza Penne Pasta” »

4 Emergency Meals You Can Make No Matter What is In Your Fridge

If the pantry and fridge look bare, don’t worry. There’s always something you can make for dinner. Here are 4 emergency meals you can make no matter how slim the pickings look! Continue reading “4 Emergency Meals You Can Make No Matter What is In Your Fridge” »

Smoky Vegan Lentil Stew

Two ingredients—smoked salt and smoked paprika—can make a big flavor change in this smoky vegan lentil stew. Serve with crusty bread and a green salad. Continue reading “Smoky Vegan Lentil Stew” »

How I Prep a Week of Easy Skillet Dinners in Under 2 Hours — Power Hour Meal Prep

Prepping weeknight meals that all come together in your favorite cooking vessel is just about the easiest way to set yourself up for success. The tool at hand here is a trusty skillet — aka the king of the stovetop — which makes quick work of complete meals with barely any fuss. You’ll use your … [Read more…]

How to Make an Omelet

Never fear! Making an omelet at home is not difficult. With a few basic steps and a flip of the wrist you can pull this off in minutes. Fill it with whatever you have on hand—it’s a great way to use up leftovers! Continue reading “How to Make an Omelet” »