If you don’t have a spiralizer yet, you might be tempted to go get one after seeing how easy it is to create a more healthful alternative to standard noodles.
Eating gluten-free has stopped being a trend — for many it’s now a lifestyle. Which makes having a rich, satisfying breakfast option that’s gluten-free all the more awesome.
Mention avocado toast around fans of the filling but healthy treat, and you’ll be bombarded with everyone’s favorite way to create it — sprinkle it with chili flakes, cut a hole in the toast and fry an egg, or layer it with scallions and radishes.
A perfect omelette is golden in color and creamy in texture inside. Be sure to use the highest possible heat! The whole process should not take more than 1-2 minutes.
Leftover ham will keep for up to 5 days wrapped tightly and stored in the refrigerator. We love eating cold slices with biscuits, mustard, and pickles.
Quinoa is good warm and fluffy, but it also takes well to cool salads. Here, it replaces bulghur wheat in a classically bright tabbouleh.
Everyone’s written a story containing tips and tricks for herb storage. We’ve read them all, just like you have, but we’ve also tried them all.
Compound butter is just butter with mix-ins. While this recipe calls for honey and orange zest, you could flavor your butter with anything: garlic and herbs, tarragon and lemon zest, blue cheese and chives—the list goes on.