Peanut butter and warm spices bring the flavors of northern Africa to an otherwise classic tomato soup. Lightly sweet and nicely balanced for acidity, this tomato soup might just become your new go-to recipe.
Tea is an excellent base for a refreshing summer spritzer. Fruit, herbs, and seltzer bring sweetness and depth of flavor and can be experimented with for a drink you’ll have fun playing with for party after party.
Chia seeds help provide extra gelling power that most jams rely on boiled sugar to achieve. This easy approach to jam values the flavor of the fruit over the sweetness for a topping you’ll love on toast, stirred into hot cereal, or paired with your favorite nut butter in a sandwich.
Oatmeal is a great way to start your day. It can get a little boring and same-ish if you don’t mix up the toppings. This recipe brings summery tropical flavors to a warm winter dish to make your oatmeal a mini vacation in the middle of your week.
Don’t feel like you have to go out and buy all these different vegetables. This cooking technique is perfect for using up odds and ends of veggies you have in the fridge. Just remember to steam the starchy vegetables for a nice texture throughout the dish.
Hummus masabacha is, at its heart, just hummus with some whole chickpeas in it. The trick to really fantastic hummus masabacha is to start from scratch and infuse those chickpeas with tons of flavor by cooking them yourself. It’s slow: they need time to get thoroughly tender, but the effort is well worth the end […]
A ragu is a slow-cooked tomato sauce that’s wonderful for a slow weekend dinner. Start it mid-morning and let it cook all day. Your house will smell amazing, and your taste buds will thank you come dinnertime.
This filling pasta dish comes together in the time it takes to boil spaghetti, and it’s a treat your family will love.