Tag "Easy"

Dinner

One-Pot Roasted Dijon Chicken

We interrupt snack week to bring you this easy, one-pot dinner. We know you have to make that meal everyone expects after lunch tonight so here’s an easy one. Now

Winter

Baked Apple Pie Oatmeal

Can someone explain people who skip breakfast to me? You know the type, that person who says, “Ugh, I can’t eat anything in the mornings. Maybe I’ll have a coffee

By Meal Type

Easy Shrimp Tacos

When Laura and I worked at a fashion magazine together we prided ourselves on reporting on trends before they hit the mainstream. If a competing magazine got to a story

Winter

Oatmeal Week: Overnight Oatmeal Inspired by My Interview with Jennifer Aniston & Her Favorite Oat Dish

When Jen­nifer Anis­ton picked up the phone with a cheery, “Hello, is this Laura?” I didn’t rec­og­nize her voice. I know, crazy. How do I not rec­og­nize Rachel Green? But I didn’t which is com­pletely

By Ingredient

Chicken with Red Beans and Rice

We’re going through a really good food phase in our house. Esme has decided she loves mussels and squid and over a recent ramen lunch, Julian announced that he loved

Summer

Tuna Casserole

Happy Monday! So, this is spring? Um… am I missing something? Like sunshine? Flowers? Sigh. This is an old post that got a snazzy new photo but it’s also one

Fall

Baked Eggs with Mushrooms

Have you ever been so happy to welcome in February? After a January that felt like it lasted about ten years and seemed hell-bent of freezing us to death, this

Dinner

One-Pot Tomato Chicken Pasta

Some days I think I’m pretty smart. (self: You shouldn’t say that about yourself! self: I know, but, dude, it’s true!) Today, for example, I made homemade sweet potato gnocchi

Articles

Chef Notes: Sauerkraut Chicken

Ever wonder what to do with that big can of sauerkraut that always seems to be hanging around in the pantry. Yeah, yeah, you could have hot dogs or maybe

Fall

Chocolate Raspberry Ice Box Cake

Ice Box Cakes were something I’d read about in American food magazines for years without really understanding what they were. Since you don’t bake them – hello ice box! –