All We Want for Dinner Is This Cucumber With Crispy Beef Recipe | Healthyish | Bon Appetit

All We Want for Dinner Are These Cucumbers With Crispy Beef

All We Want for Dinner Is This Cucumber With Crispy Beef Recipe | Healthyish | Bon Appetit

I had some bunches of fresh basil and mint in the fridge that needed to be used up, so I combined them with olive oil and walnuts for a bit of a different take on my usual pesto.  The resulting sauce was beautiful and when I tossed it with some sauteed zucchini ribbons, I ended...Read More »

Basil Mint Pesto with Walnuts

Basil and Mint Pesto made with Walnuts instead of Pinenuts. - 2 summers ago i had basil and mint coming out of my ears. made so much of this pesto and froze it! yeah, fresh pesto for winter!

NYT Cooking: This is absolutely the simplest way to cook mussels, and perhaps the most satisfying. A big pot of them makes an easy, festive dinner any night of the week.

Steamed Mussels With Garlic and Parsley

Steamed Mussels With Garlic and Parsley: This is absolutely the simplest way to cook mussels, and perhaps the most satisfying. A big pot of them makes an easy, festive dinner any night of the week.

Salmon, Potato, and Arugula Salad With Dill Dressing | RealSimple.com

Salmon, Potato, and Arugula Salad With Dill Dressing

Sheet Pan Chicken Thighs With Fennel and Shallots | Welcome to one of the most delicious and easy ways enjoy chicken thighs. Two baking sheets create different cooking zones: one for the fennel, shallots, bell peppers, and lemons which finish cooking first, and one for the chicken. Roasting the vegetables separate from the chicken allows the vegetables to caramelize, rather than steam in the chicken juices. The chicken gets broiled right before serving to turn the skin golden brown and…

Sheet Pan Chicken Thighs With Fennel and Shallots

Sheet Pan Chicken Thighs With Fennel and Shallots | Welcome to one of the most delicious and easy ways enjoy chicken thighs. Two baking sheets create different cooking zones: one for the fennel, shallots, bell peppers, and lemons which finish cooking first, and one for the chicken. Roasting the vegetables separate from the chicken allows the vegetables to caramelize, rather than steam in the chicken juices. The chicken gets broiled right before serving to turn the skin golden brown and…

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