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    summer is short. do it more!

    It’s The Best Eating Event Of The Year Don’t Screw It Up

    LScover EGGS

    eggs! how do i love thee?

    Egg hoppers, hoisin-mushroom scramble on rice, a different kind of devilled, and other best ways you’ve yet to have them.


    good and speedy

    The FAST Issue: Dinner recipes for varying degrees of “so freaking busy!”


    well! look who’s ONE…

    Le Sauce Magazine is ONE YEAR OLD with this issue. And looking back, I will freely confess, I severely underestimated, oh, everything.


    simple appeal.

    Recipes just simple enough to be fully appreciated.



    A new issue of Le Sauce Magazine is out, but it’s only for some of us…


    Sri Lankan 101

    A new, very special issue of Le Sauce Magazine.

    toasts LS

    home toast at high noon

    Because shaving, drizzling, sprinkling, melting, and drizzling down your chin–all the decadence belonging to the home toast experience-is gross and unwelcome at the office.

    fried mushroom rice bowl

    fried mushroom rice bowl

    Un-sauced, uncomplicated comfort in a bowl. Best served with art.

    non-gadget gadgets

    great gadgets: non-gadgets! my go-to kitchen pieces

    I wanted to recommend a list of gadgets to make cooking easier and more enjoyable every day. But I realized that the things I reach for are the simplest, most ordinary things.


    3 steps to epic summer picnics

    Go BIG. Have FUN! And don’t kill ANYONE! Yes!

    A Lebanese Lunch

    a lebanese lunch

    I never had a long-standing plan to make a Lebanese feast. The simplest of these recipes inspired the whole spread.

    egg hoppers and sambols

    hoppers & egg hopppers

    A rice-flour pancake made special with the addition of eggs and a beautiful, covetable, lacy crust.

    quinoa caprese with tomato carpaccio

    quinoa caprese with tomato carpaccio

    I think I hate what may be your favourite salad. Maybe hate is too strong a word, but aside from a few restaurants where they execute the Caprese salad differently, I would never order it. I’m obsessed with tomatoes, and I appreciate the silky, blank slate that is fresh mozzarella, so my issue, I’d say, is […]

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    tip: if you don't have a mixer, you can whip egg whites in a food processor. yep. our tired arms wish we knew that earlier.