Do you love tomatoes as much as I do? If so, that means you buy tons of them (or grow tons of them) and then need ideas for what to do with them. Besides just eating them straight up or tossing them in salad, pasta is my usual go to – a nice summer fresh puttanesca or the Ina Garten pasta I posted last week. Bruschetta is always nice. But, how about this confit? Let me tell you about it.
My new cookbook, The Vegan ABCs Cookbook, is coming out on June 1st! It’s a fun introduction to 26 all-star ingredients – from A to Z – get it? The ABCs! Each chapter focuses on one ingredient with nutrition info, fun facts, how-tos and answers to your FAQs. I curated the list of ingredients, not just because they are vegan, but because they are awesome. Guess what M is for?
Hello everyone! I am so excited that today is my 10-year blogiversary! Let me say that again…10 years!!! What?! How?! I started this blog a decade ago when I was at home with my little baby who was sleeping most of the day and I was teaching myself to cook. I’ve come a long way, baby! Thank YOU all SO much for reading and cooking all of these years.
This recipe is inspired by a recipe for Sichuan Chili Oil in Meera Sodha’s new cookbook East. I had to figure out how to make it without Sichuan chili so this is what I came up with. I love it so much! Read on for a super delicious recipe that is going to turn into one of your favorite things to eat!
We love to go apple picking in the Hudson Valley. We were excited to gather our haul but it turns out the orchard suffered a frost early on in the year and they lost their crop. So they trucked in bags of apples from their other orchards across the state and hung them in bags on the branches for us to “pick!” Par for the course, 2020!