Have you ever tasted barrel-aged cocktails? I had my first craft cocktail a few years ago and it blew me away. So smooth and complex… more like fine wine than distilled liquor. Of course, I paid the price… one cocktail cost $20.
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Once you've tried Persian Rice (tahdig), you'll never go back to any other kind of rice. Because it's made with butter and coconut oil, this rice dish tastes like movie theater popcorn. It's perfect with kabobs or other Middle Eastern dishes.
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I love salad but I hate making salad. All the chopping and prep involved, and then you can only eat it that night — you can save it for leftovers. We started making this Perpetual Salad last year and now this is the only way we ever make salad.
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This Chicken Katsu is a hit in our household — everyone in my family loves it. From our two-year-old to my picky nine-year-old and my husband. Whenever I make this recipe, there is not a single crumb leftover.
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This Kitchen Sink Frittata makes a quick and easy breakfast that will use up all your leftovers — everything except the kitchen sink. . It can be eaten for breakfast, or you could even make it for lunch or dinner. Best of all, it takes under 25 minutes to cook.
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Instant Pot Beef and Barley Soup is a meal my family loves year-round. It warms you up in the wintertime, but it's also good in the summer when you want a filling, hearty dish — you don't have to heat up the kitchen to make it, thanks to the pressure cooker. Best of all, it only takes 15 minutes to cook. Jump down to the recipe.
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