When the original can’t really be improved, it’s a classic. This Classic Italian Tiramisu is one of these classics. Watch our video and have fun mixing and layering. Don’t forget to use some good strong coffee with a couple tablespoons coffee liqueur to enhance the flavor!
Meatballs stuffed into a loaf of demi baguette lined with provolone cheese, broiled until the cheese is melted and bubbly, then served with a couple spoonfuls of Chipotle Pecan Pesto and fresh parsley, this easy meatball sub recipe only requires 5 ingredients and 10 minutes of your precious time!
Bananas on Pocky sticks, coated with yogurt and sprinkled with chopped chocolate, these adorable banana yogurt frozen treats are super fun and easy to make. If you have little ones in your house, they are going to love helping you make them. It’s a great way to use up overripe bananas!
These Swedish meatballs are juicy, tender and uber flavorful. This recipe provides you a decent amount of savory gravy so that you can use it to fix a pasta meal or serve over mashed potatoes. Make some more meatballs to freeze for later.
Baked pork tenderloin served over a warm kale and asparagus salad, this is a fancy-looking but simple meal that can totally brighten up your busy workdays without too much time or effort in the kitchen. If you have any leftovers, plan to roll them up in a tortilla for a quick and easy lunch.
This is a delicious lentil salad that’s wonderful when served as a side as well as nutritiously satisfying when served as a main. This recipe makes a huge batch because we’d suggest you consider making it ahead of time as a side dish to pair with your meat or seafood throughout the week.
Last year, I got introduced to cedar plank for the first time in my life. We were in Jacksonville, FL where my brother-in-law, Felix taught me how to grill like a boss.
Needless to say, the best way to grill fish is to put it on a cedar plank, which allows the fish to stay incredibly tender and moist while grilling. And it picks up the woodsy flavors from the cedar along with the smoky flavors from the grill.
Previously on our weekly meal plan, we did a leftover hacks experiment with a whole chicken. It went well, didn’t it? That experiment inspired me to make a detailed breakdown on how to get the most out of a whole chicken, from inside out. I feel so fulfilled just thinking about how much money and time we save by following the three steps. (Classic stay-at-home mom/wife syndrome…)
“You should work here. I am serious.”
My dear husband says that to me every time we are in Bouldin Creek Cafe, a hippie vegetarian restaurant located in south Austin. The reason? Han thinks if I work at the restaurant, I can learn to cook everything on their menu at home. Perhaps we can introduce the amazingly unique vegetarian food to New York City or San Francisco by opening a similar restaurant there.
When you go to Chipotle, the restaurant often enough, you know what you like the most and you end it up always ordering the same thing. In my case, it’s barbacoa burrito bowl with brown rice, black beans, sweet corn, lettuce, cheese, pico, sour cream and three types of salsa. All three! I like my bowl extra saucy and spicy. Oh yeah!