This skillet russet & sweet potato hash with arugula pesto is two recipes in one – both of which are tasty on their own, and even better together! It makes a colorful and hearty brunch side dish, but can be served anytime you wish, of course. Pair it with a protein pick, like plant-based sausage or eggs, and it becomes a truly satisfying meal.
What am I eating right now? This herbed freekeh salad with avocado, pistachios and citrus vinaigrette. I’m absolutely hooked on it — it’s got so many bright flavors, contrasting textures, and yummy things going on. Another cool thing about it is that you can use this as a recipe template and make it hundreds of different ways so you can match the season or use up what you have on hand just by varying the grain and produce picks. But when in doubt, simply make this recipe as is … it’s awesome!
Got an outdoor gathering this weekend? These delightful grilled potato salad skewers with aquafaba mayo are a favorite of mine for sharing with friends and family – and even strangers!
These rosemary roasted potato “chips” with truffle hot sauce are my answer to comforting, “un-fancy” food right now! They’re the extra-tasty result of jumbling up the concepts of truffle fries, thick-cut potato chips, and rosemary roasted potatoes. Even though they’re roasted, not fried, they’re still oh so indulgent; so perhaps don’t eat them at every single one of your meals. Try your best to share them, too. (I admit, I’m not so good with that!) And be sure to look for a bottle of truffle hot sauce (OK, so that’s a little fancy!) to drizzle them with (try these brands: The Truffleist or TRUFF) — that’s my absolute favorite part! While the sauce is pricey, it lasts a long, long...
One food that I seem to have no problem finding these days is potatoes. How about you? As a potato lover, I’m so cool with this! But I wanted to add some excitement to my usual potato preparations of mashed potatoes, hash browns, and roasted potatoes. That’s how these potato salad skewers with herbal pesto topping were born.