Baked oatmeal is one of my signature breakfast and brunch moves, for all the typical reasons. Make ahead, check.
This recipe uses a number of my favorite techniques: mashing, slathering, and drizzling. Imagine a Shepherd's pie meeting the flavors of an Indian samosa.
I haven't done a travel post in quite some time, but we're going to change that trend starting now. I went to Tucson, Arizona last week - in part for the desert sunshine, and, in part for the Tucson Gem Show.
A lot of people have baked these cookies over the past decade. People love them because they're free of any added refined sugar, egg-free, no butter, and gluten-free.
One-pot meals are the savior of weeknight cooking, and this pasta is one of my go-tos. It's pasta and lentils simmered in crushed tomatoes, finished with lots of chopped kale, saffron, swirls of tahini and chopped almonds.
I'm all for a straight-ahead, no-fuss, guacamole. Nine times out of ten, that's how I approach it. Let the avocado shine.
Let me start by saying, if you already make your own nut milks at home, you have to try this. I mean - walk to your kitchen, turn the oven dial, and get some coconut in there.
One of the very best ways to work toward beautiful, luminous, glowing skin is through eating well and mindful hydration.
A Buddha bowl is all sorts of healthful goodness piled in abundance in a single bowl. They tend to be very beautiful, and have an ability to make people more appreciative of a meal than usual.
A number of you spotted these pickled turmeric eggs in my refrigerator when I posted this shot to Instagram recently.
This is my anti-dote to the holidays with all their sweets, drinks, and, cold, short days. You put ten ingredients in a blender, puree, and then decide if you'd like to enjoy the soup hot or cold.
When I go to flea markets or stop by a neighborhood garage sale, I always find myself rummaging through weathered cardboard boxes looking for cookie cutters.
I packed a number of things for last weekend's getaway to Mendocino. One pair of flip-flops, one book, a stack of magazines, a bottle of bubbles, ten rolls of film, three cameras, a tripod, and a bag of limoncello macaroons.
This is what happens when popcorn meets the flavors of a Bloody Mary cocktail. The magic is a simple-but-strong spice blend made from tomato, oregano, a bit of citrus, oregano, and celery.
This is the week each year I get asked for vegetarian Thanksgiving recipe ideas, so I thought I'd update my list of favorite recipes and ideas from the archives.
From what I can tell, steaming is a fantastic, under-utilized cooking technique. There are a number of ways to go about steaming - bamboo baskets, plastic microwave steamers (I'm not a fan of heated plastic), and ceramic steamers.
If you've been to my house at any point in recent months, you've likely had these dates. They take only slightly more effort to make than placing dates unadorned on a plate.
This is a favorite grab-and-go breakfast. You stir a generous spoonful of chia seeds into vanilla-spiked yogurt, and then top everything off with smashed berries, and a bit of something crunchy - toasted nuts or popped quinoa are both great options.
A few favorites for the weekend! -h - Mezcal Sunrise - Climbing the Eye of God - Reading: this, next up this - Turmeric Popcorn - Watching: this Frontline - Watching this never gets old.
I posted a photo to Instagram over the weekend. A snapshot of a catch-all stretch of counter space, where I tend to keep recipe clippings, a journal, receipts, and snacks that I can grab on my way out the door.