Posts tagged Recipe
“Everything” Salmon with Sherry Spinach Salad

Who doesn’t love a little taste of an “Everything Bagel” for dinner? It is little this all-in-one-spice can’t do. Pair with a zippy salad composed of heart-healthy spinach, shallots, and sherry (or use any vinegar on hand!). It feels fancy but it’s quicker than toasting a bagel and shmearing with cream cheese, promise.  

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Pistachio Mint Lamb & Sautéed Spinach

This is hands down the easiest way to make a sometimes-daunting dish: rack of lamb. Better yet, it’s all in one pan. Your spinach sautés in all the beautiful lamb flavors while your meat rests. Use this as a base, adding more herbs and spices to the “crust” if you feel like extending your ingredient list past five.

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Za’atar Grilled Steak with Orangey Fennel Salad

Za’atar is a Middle Eastern spice blend that gives you bang for your buck. Consisting of dried thyme, sumac, and sesame seeds. Grill and pair with a light and a fresh salad consisting of fennel, olives, and orange for a bright and tangy weeknight meal. Keep the fronds of your fennel for a 2-for-1 ingredient!

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Seared Radishes with Mint

Radishes and butter are sisters in French cooking. They’re also cheap and plentiful during the spring at the market. My restaurant self gets the best of me when I say that I use every single piece of these babies. Wash the tops a few times in cold water and then toss in off the heat to create a salad/warm side dish to any meal.

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Classic Beef Bolognese

Everyone needs a good meat sauce in his or her back pocket. I know a lot of Italians will have a problem with cream and cheese in this sauce, and it goes just as well without – feel free to differ in your opinion. Like a sweeter sauce? Add 1 teaspoon sugar, 1/2 cup chopped roasted red peppers (like my Mom!) or 2 diced carrots. My favorite ways to eat this sauce include pasta, M.Y.O.P and best of all – on a crusty loaf of bread.

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