Move meat from star to side dish with these veggie-loaded chicken fajitas, created in partnership with Asabasa Spice Co.* Featuring almost a three-to-one ratio of vegetables to meat, they’re a perfect example of how you can eat a produce-packed dinner while still being a carnivore.
It was journalist Michael Pollan who coined the now-famous phrase “eat food, not too much, mostly plants.” For anyone who loves a good steak, roast chicken or slow-cooked tacos, however, this can feel tough. Read More
This easy fried rice is part of a series of articles on cheap dinners made from pantry staples. When you’re at the end of your food budget, you’ve to work with what’s available. Enter the budget-bottom meal. Got an idea for this series? Contact me.
It’s the end of the month. Your fridge pickings are sparse. But, before you bust the budget back at the store, consider this: if you’ve got carrots, an onion, an egg and leftover rice, you’ve already got the makings of a good, cheap meal. Read More
Everybody knows there’s more to fries than white potatoes–but, swap in sweet potatoes, and achieving a solid crisp factor at home is a challenge. Is starch the secret? A good, long soak pre-bake? If you’ve ever wondered how to bake crispy sweet potato fries at home, this post is for you.
It starts with an Instagram message. My blog friend Katie wants to know how to bake crispy sweet potato fries and wonders if I have any tips. Making sweet potato fries, yes. Making crispy sweet potato fries? Read More
After she’d majored in math, raised a family on a farm and become the head of household name Pepperidge Farm, Margaret Rudkin traveled to Ireland. She went with her husband, Henry, to “do some salmon fishing” and find an ancestor’s burial site, but, while there, she ended up buying an old family house on 150 acres. Considering this is the same couple who, newly married, up and bought New England acreage to experience “a real country life”–not too surprising.
“The old place had never been spoiled,” she writes. “We were told [it] was going to be sold. What did we do? One guess!”Read More
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