I always hated when people assumed my vegetarian meals were boring, when I think it takes more creatitity to plan a meal that doesn't have meat at the centre of it.
Go BIG. Have FUN! And don't kill ANYONE! Yes!
This is the menu to make when you suddenly have guests coming by for lunch or brunch. It's light, complete and most of all, friendly--to YOU.
I say for this one, splurge on ingredients, make things rich and delicious, but make it stress-free. The menu that follows can be made in advance of anyone arriving.
Holiday-worthy (and meat-free!) menus, recipes and simple ideas for the biggest feast of the year.
One messy sandwich. That's what you get when you put an entire celebration dinner's worth of courses (minus dessert) into a sandwich and press down with both hands.
My go-to cranberry sauce recipe for over a decade!
Just a few idea on how to build the best picnic ever.
The simplest of these recipes inspired the whole spread.
It's spring, in theory, but it's that cold, damp, early part. This is dinner now: lighter pasta, changed-up salad, a sweet treat and a drink that looks forward to full-fledged spring ahead.
A menu that's casual and meant to be hardly any work at all. Lots of one-bowl, one-pot, one-tray stuff. And it is. Honestly. (Except this time...)
And a guide to help you pull off the night perfectly!