I love this recipe. To me, the aroma of roast chicken symbolizes home, family and love. What’s even better is that ingredients can be substituted for shallots, lemon and garlic. Or make it a party and invite all the ingredients – and your friends. Read More
You’re gonna love me. My mission has been and always will be that cooking dinner can happen in 15 minutes and use one pan… especially for Lady Lair LIVE. Want to save even more time? Skip the store bought pizza dough (although, come on it’s pretty easy) and use naan or pita bread. Don’t want to make labneh, that’s cool, use a high quality ricotta cheese. Best part, dress your own to show your true sense of style. You got this girl. Read More
Cauliflower was the “it” vegetable a few seasons back… so I was sick of it. But now, I can embrace an old favorite again… I’ve never been a joiner. That and an avocado dressing that easily substitutes as a dip – BAM! – sign me up. Read More
This. Is. The. Easiest. Salad. EVER. When I just started freelancing I worked for an Israeli chef who taught me the easiest and most surefire way to make cous cous. There are a lot of theories out there on how to cook grains but here’s the tip on cous cous. Empty as much as you want into a bowl, boil water, season as you would pasta and pour 1” over the cous cous. I add frozen vegetables to the bowl (easy, peasy) and it’s a one bowl dish in less than 10 minutes.