Beef and Cabbage Stir Fry

The adjustment to eating real food can be a shock to the food bill, but this recipe is the exception. This is one of my go-to recipes because it is fast and inexpensive to make. My one year-old will even eat cabbage when I make it this way! See Full Recipe at wellnessmama.com

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Pakistani Kima

Weird name, but one of my favorite fast dinner recipes. This is a recipe that a friend suggested, and I adapted slightly to fit our family’s preferences. It is typically made with white potatoes, though sweet potatoes gives is a great complex flavor. This is another great recipe that is more traditional if you prefer […]

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Sweet Potato Lasagna Recipe

I will never forget the feeling of digging up our first crop of sweet potatoes at our first home when we were finally able to have a good size garden. I had ordered 100 “slips” (baby sweet potato plants) to plant that year, but didn’t really know what I was doing and didn’t have high […]

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Churro Lava Cakes

Holy churro. These lava cakes are insane. Churro cakes filled with chocolate ganache to make something so beautiful, rich, and decadent. . . . Served with cream for extra comfort. See Full Recipe on popsugar.com

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No-Egg Cookie Dough

Let’s be real: the best part about baking cookies is eating the raw cookie dough. (Eating warm, fresh-from-the-oven cookies is a close second.) That said, there’s a small, but real, risk to eating traditional egg-based cookie dough. See Full Recipe on popsugar.com

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Basic French Macarons

Perhaps it’s the rainbow of cheerful hues, the adorable two-bite size, or — most likely — the perfect crisp-chewy texture, but I just can’t get enough of French macarons. Even when I’m stuffed to the gills, I can always make room for these tiny, delicate pastries. See Full Recipe on popsugar.com

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Braised Chicken with Apples and Calvados

Chef Matthew Accarrino uses apples plus cider and the apple brandy Calvados to add layers of flavor to his braised chicken. See Full Recipe on foodandwine.com

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Filipino Grilled Chicken

Filipino food is having a moment, thanks to flavors like adobo, a salty-tangy soy-vinegar blend that’s excellent with chicken. See Full Recipe on foodandwine.com

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Spice-Braised Chicken Legs with Red Wine and Tomato

Alexandra Guarnaschelli’s mother, Maria, the legendary cookbook editor at W.W. Norton, made a version of this lightly spicy dish when Guarnaschelli was a kid. Alex has adapted the recipe by adding red wine. See Full Recipe on foodandwine.com

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Shrimp Tellicherry Biryani

Here is a recipe to create a mouth watering shrimp Biryani. The shrimp is cooked in a spicy masala, and then layered with rice before keeping it on dum. See Full Recipe on food.ndtv.com

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