Make Farro Pudding for an Easy Dessert

Farro Pudding recipe

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Like rice, farro is such a versatile grain that’s good in anything from soups to salads to stuffings. Because it can be used in a lot of the same ways as rice, it led me to ponder what it might be like substituted for rice in a pudding.

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Make Crunchy Shaved Brussels Sprouts Salad

Crunchy Shaved Brussels Sprouts Salad recipe

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The salad is a refreshing break from all of the stews and cozy food you’ve probably been consuming for the entire month of January. I love wintery foods and I suppose this falls into this category simply because of its seasonal ingredients, but to me, when I ate this, I thought of warmer days. Don’t get me wrong, I’m very content it’s not hot and mosquitos are flying around; I’m more of a fall and winter gal.

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Pan-fry a Teriyaki Chicken Bowl for an Easy Lunch

Teriyaki Chicken Bowl recipe

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Perhaps it’s my Japanese heritage, but for me, a teriyaki chicken bowl (照り焼きチキン丼) is one of the easiest, tastiest lunches ever. It only requires a handful of ingredients and comes together in less than 10 minutes. Once you’ve made it a few times, there’s no need to measure out the ingredients, and you can riff off the base recipe, adding things like ginger, garlic, hot sauce and black pepper to mix things up.

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Make Whole Roasted Cauliflower with Walnut Gremolata

Roasted Cauliflower with Gremolata recipe

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For years I despised cauliflower. I thought it was bland and boring and I wasn’t wrong, it is both of those things. But now what I do differently now is embrace it for its “flaws” and instead of avoiding cauliflower, I use it as a canvas to take on any flavor I’m craving. So, instead of leaving it plain, I season the heck out of it, top it with fresh herbs, walnuts, lemon juice and olive oil. Roasting cauliflower (versus blanching) gives it great flavor too. The tops of the cauliflower florets become toasting, giving it really amazing crunchy texture. The interior of the cauliflower is tender and soft yet still with a bit of bite.

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Bake Peanut Butter Chocolate Chunk Banana Bread

Peanut Butter Chocolate Chunk Banana Bread recipe

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I love any recipe that uses up something that would otherwise get thrown away, and banana bread is a perfect example. I’m one of those people who only likes bananas before they start developing spots. This means that I usually only get about halfway through a bunch before I’m unwilling to eat the rest.

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Make Collard Green Wraps for a Healthy Lunch

Collard Green Wraps recipe

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I have a bit of an obsession with Chef Vivian Howard from A Chef’s Life. It’s, hands down, my favorite show on television right now. Every single episode makes me want to march into my kitchen and make something from the show.

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Prepare Creamy Chicken Stew for Dinner

Creamy Chicken Stew recipe

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With fluffy white drifts of snow I can barely see over outside my front door, trekking to the grocery store is a bone-chilling affair that leaves me cold and drained by the time I trudge through my front door. This creamy chicken stew is the perfect way to warm up from the inside out. With big hunks of tender chicken and vegetables in a sauce that’s as white as the snow outside, this rich and flavorful stew never fails to put a smile on my face.

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Fill Pitchers with Winter Citrus Spritzer

Winter Citrus Spritzer recipe

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If you’re lucky, you’re seeing beautiful winter citrus beginning to pop up at the markets. It’s like nature knows we need a bit of brightness in the winter. A little sunshine in fruit form. This cocktail is perfect for New Year’s Eve. I’m not a big party-goer on New Year’s. I usually like to stick close to home or head to a friend’s house for a chill dinner with a small group. This year, I’m opting for the later and I’ve been on the lookout for a cocktail that I can make quickly and one that won’t leave me hammered before midnight. If you’ve never had Aperol, you’re in for a treat. It falls in the category of an aperitif.

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