Crispy Duck Legs

When I shared my pictures and opinions of this recipe in the Kitchn's Cookbook Club Facebook group, my post started with, "Yall. Run and get some duck legs, so you can make the Crispy Duck Legs!" And now I'm telling anyone who reads this post the same! These are SO good. Honestly, I never thought... Continue Reading →

Classic Beef & Broccoli

Sticking with our Cookbook Club selection, we made another recipe from Grace Young's Stir-Frying to the Sky's Edge. This month has been incredibly fun, even though we didn't join in until closer to the end of August. Ms. Young actually joined the club Facebook group and offered tips, suggestions, and kind comments on all of... Continue Reading →

Potatoes Vindaloo

Tonight's recipe is our second effort from Plenty, by Yotam Ottolenghi. Our first attempt was the super unique Eggplant & Mango Soba Noodles, which we loved! I love all things carbs, so a dish of not one, but two types of potatoes is right up my ally. We enjoyed cooking with curry leaves for the... Continue Reading →

Eggplant & Mango Soba Noodles

For Cookbook Club this month, we're cooking Plenty, by Yotam Ottolenghi. I love Ottolenghi... he's one of my favorite chefs to follow on social media and I find his recipes universally delicious! I was introduced to him several years back when my sister gave me the cookbook Jerusalem that he co-authored with Sami Tamimi. It... Continue Reading →

Indian-ish Chicken Breasts

Our first month of participating in the Kitchn's Cookbook Club was a resounding success! We impressed ourselves by making several things out of September's selection - Salt Fat Acid Heat. [See: Pasta with Clams & Sausage, Chocolate Cupcakes with Rosewater Cream, and Sausages & Roasted Veggies in Agrodolce] For October, the book selected is Indian... Continue Reading →

Spring Pasta with Brie, Ham, and Peas

Who doesn't love spring? Flowers blooming, weather warming up, and March Madness! Ally loves March Madness every year, but this year was extra special. She, along with all the rest of the Cavalier faithful, had incredibly high hopes for redemption for this year's team. And they DID IT! Monday night, way past our bedtime, the... Continue Reading →

Mint & Feta Topped Eggplant

After making¬†Minty Watermelon, Cucumber & Feta Salad last week, we had some leftover mint.¬† By "some leftover mint," I really mean, "Did this package of mint grow exponentially more mint?" I feel like it's pretty much impossible to use all the mint in a package and even more impossible to use all the mint that... Continue Reading →

Charred Corn Flatbread

If you've been watching the news recently, you know all about Hurricane Irma. I swear, that's all we've been talking about for the past week or so. We live in South Carolina, which flipped in and out of the hurricane strike zone, through a week of changing predictions. Luckily for us, the worst of missed... Continue Reading →

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