This rustic blueberry galette is one of my summer go-tos because there’s no fussing over the crust decoration, you can use fruit past its prime, and there are no special dishes required.
Much to my surprise and delight, the texture and ease of making risotto in an electric pressure cooker are fantastic!
Fresh pasta is one of my favorite things to make. It’s relatively simple, but it takes a little practice. It’s one of those things you have to get a feel for… but a pasta machine definitely makes it easier. For a long time, I rolled pasta by hand (I know…), but I finally got a machine!
I recently admitted to myself that I have a problem… a grain problem. No, I’m not allergic to grains or cutting them out of my diet. I have a problem hoarding grains, pasta, and dried beans in my pantry!! After posting about it in my Instagram stories and getting lots of responses, I realized I’m not alone.
The nutty pistachio crust is easy to make ahead, and the berry + balsamic combo is super flavorful. Plus, “galette” is a code word for “imperfect pie”–the more rustic, the better!
I recently hosted a tea party baby shower for two pregnant friends, and these egg + asparagus sandwiches were a big hit! Along with scones, tea, petit fours, and mimosas, I made a selection of finger sandwiches. I was planning to make a classic egg salad, but I was running short on time and made a deconstructed version instead.
Not sure what to make for Christmas morning breakfast or a holiday family brunch? Here are a few of my favorite dishes:
Food gifts are some of my favorite gifts to give, especially ones that are handcrafted and thoughtfully produced. As a lover of food myself, I decided that the best way to put together a gift guide was to make of list of food-related gifts I’d love to receive!
Here’s a selection of seasonal side dishes, drinks, table decoration ideas, and a couple of good-any-season desserts that I like to bring to Friendsgiving and family Thanksgiving.
This is one of my go-to dinner party desserts because I almost always have the ingredients on hand: eggs, sugar, chocolate, and butter (plus a shot of flavored liqueur if it suits the mood).
I’m usually on salad duty for family gatherings, and Friendsgiving this weekend is no different. Kale packs a nutritious punch during a time when we’re eating lots of sweets and treats.
Here in the South, autumn means that one day feels like summer and the next is crisp and cool. As such, I love versatile recipes like this that can be served hot or cold, depending on the weather.