Make Honey Glazed Baby Back Ribs

These no-fuss Honey Glazed Baby Back Ribs are easy, and come together in under 30 minutes in a pressure cooker.

These no-fuss Honey Glazed Baby Back Ribs are easy, and come together in under 30 minutes in a pressure cooker.

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These easy no-fuss ribs come together in under 30 minutes from ingredients you probably already have in your pantry. Using a pressure cooker, greatly reduces the time needed to tenderize the ribs, and braising them in wine, tomato paste and soy sauce infuses some great umami into the meat.

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Fill Sweet Potato Boats with Burrata and Pomegranate

Fill Sweet Potato Boats with Burrata, Pomegranate, and Dukkah for a easy weeknight meal.

Fill Sweet Potato Boats with Burrata, Pomegranate, and Dukkah for a easy weeknight meal.

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One of my go-to quick and easy dinners is a sweet potato with salt and a dab of butter right in the center. So good and simple. I took that idea and added a few of my other things to it: burrata (yum), dukkah and pomegranate seeds.

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Make an Easy Avocado Sesame Toast

Avocado Sesame Toast is the perfect weekday meal featuring Middle Eastern flavors.

Avocado Sesame Toast is the perfect weekday meal featuring Middle Eastern flavors.

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Avocado toast seems to be everywhere these days, but I’ll bet you’ve never had one quite like this. Under the rich velvety slices of avocado, is a tart and savory sesame and lemon spread, which elevates this already tasty toast onto a whole new plane. It’s one of those crave-worthy breakfasts that you’ll fall asleep dreaming about the night before. The best part is that it comes together in under five minutes, making it the perfect weekday meal.

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Serve Spaghetti and Meatballs for Two

Serve Spaghetti and Meatballs for Two to have your romantic Lady and the Tramp moment at home!

Serve Spaghetti and Meatballs for Two to have your romantic Lady and the Tramp moment at home!

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When I think of romantic meals, the first thing that comes to mind is that very famous scene in Lady & The Tramp when they share a big plate of spaghetti and meatballs. It’s so cute!

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Create Vegan Butter Chicken

Butter Chicken is an Indian classic, and this vegan version is similar to tomato and cauliflower curry.

Butter Chicken is an Indian classic, and this vegan version is similar to tomato and cauliflower curry.

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Butter Chicken is a global favorite within the pantheon of Indian classics, but this vegan take includes no butter, no cream and no chicken. I know some of you are probably frowning at the screen right now upset that I’ve called a dish with no butter or chicken in it “butter chicken”, but this dish is so close to the original, it just seemed wrong to call it a tomato and cauliflower curry.

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Make Spicy Beer Cheese Dip

This Spicy Beer Cheese Dip is spiked with jalapeño and light beer, and is made with a roux.

This Spicy Beer Cheese Dip is spiked with jalapeño and light beer, and is made with a roux.

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The Super Bowl is my favorite excuse to eat all the snacks ever created. My recent favorite is this spicy beer cheese dip. Have you ever tried to simply melt cheese hoping it would be a dip? Doesn’t work. I tried it long ago thinking it would work like melted chocolate. Silly me. The trick to cheese dip is a roux, much like you make for macaroni and cheese.

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Make Five Spice Chicken

This Five Spice Chicken recipe features anise, cinnamon, cloves and pepper, and requires a multi-day marinade.

This Five Spice Chicken recipe features anise, cinnamon, cloves and pepper, and requires a multi-day marinade.

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Chinese five spice powder is a blend of spices (often containing more than 5 spices) with the warm musty aroma of anise, cinnamon, cloves and pepper. It’s a signature flavor of many Chinese dishes including Char Siu and Cantonese Roast Pork.

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Customize Your Quinoa Bowl Toppings

This Kale Quinoa Bowl recipe features plantains, avocado, pickled radishes, and a hard-boiled egg for a nutrient-dense meal.

This Kale Quinoa Bowl recipe features plantains, avocado, pickled radishes, and a hard-boiled egg for a nutrient-dense meal.

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This is my go-to dinner. This is definitely a far cry from a real recipe where there are exact measurements and ratios. Instead I say make it your own with what you might have in your kitchen. Think of this almost like an idea or blueprint to what you could make with what you have in your pantry.

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