This post is written in partnership with Milk. Love What’s Real.This month we’re pleased to welcome Katie Morford and her meal plans as part of our January Reset Challenge! Katie is a San Francisco-based cookbook author and registered dietitian who writes the blog Mom’s Kitchen Handbook.Welcome to Week 3, Resetters!
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Whether you& 39;re making lamb, prime rib, glazed ham, or turkey for your holiday roast, here are 10 side dishes that will go great alongside! Hasselback potatoes, roasted butternut squash, wilted greens, and more.Photography Credit:Sally Vargas, Elise Bauer, Trent Lanz, Lisa Lin, and Megan KenoYou’ve got the main event covered—some kind of roasted meat, right?
Does hearing “What’s for dinner?” strike fear into your heart? We’ve got you covered! Start with our “Meal Planning 101” guides and then take a gander through our weekly meal plans from the past few months.All What’s For Dinner?!Marta Rivera5 Recipes to Break the Dinner RutLooking for a way to break out of the dinner rut?
Have leftover turkey that needs using up? Here are eight of our favorite recipes that use every last bit!Photography Credit:Elise BauerMy mother always used to say that she enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner better the next day, once it was just the four of us and the stress of the meal prep was behind us.I tend to agree.
What do we mean by “family-friendly” recipes? These are meals that are quick to make on a weeknight when everyone is getting hangry and you need to get dinner on the table PRONTO. Now, how does that sound?!All Family-Friendly RecipesSummer at Home: Family Pizza Night!If you’re not already making pizza every week, what are you waiting for?
Looking for some dinner ideas for two? Whether you need inspiration for a romantic date night in or some easy weeknight recipes scaled down for just you and yours, our Cooking for Two series has got you covered.All Cooking for Two!Chickpea Salad Sandwiches15 minHealthy, VegetarianLunch just got easier.
Use this produce guide to help you choose the best fruits and vegetables to buy in season!All What& 39;s In Season?What’s in Season – January Produce GuideWhat& 39;s in season in January? Check out our seasonal January Produce Guide and recipes for recipes for lemons, oranges, grapefruit, beets, turnips, parsnips, celery root, cabbage, kale, collards, broccoli, cauliflower, butternut squash, and acorn squashElise BauerWhat’s in Season – November Produce GuideWhat& 39;s in season in November?
Love cheesecake? Here are three great recipes to put in your back pocket: classic cheesecake, no-bake cheesecake, and pressure cooker cheesecake!Photography Credit:Elise Bauer and There are lots of ways to make a great cheesecake — not all recipes require the dreaded water bath or other fussy steps!
Our summer celebrations may look a little different this year, but one thing that will remain forever constant is the need for a bowl of sweet ice cream to help you cool off.Long summer days with relaxed schedules are just begging for you to bust out the ice cream maker. Sure, you could go buy a carton of ice cream, but it doesn’t compare to anything homemade.
Oh, holidays can be loaded, can’t they? What to make/get/do for Mom on Mother’s Day? What should we cook? Should we go out? These are common questions, and these recipes will help you answer them.For me, Mother’s Day is bittersweet—my own mom passed away while I was pregnant, almost ten years ago. But now I am a mother of twin 9-year-old boys and every year I receive a sweet homemade card or gift, and we talk about my mom.
Perfect, easily-peeled hard boiled eggs can be surprisingly tricky to pull off, especially when you need to make a big batch for Easter or a summer potluck. Here are three different ways that we& 39;ve found give us consistent results, every time. Pick one to try the next time you need hard boiled eggs!
“What should I get Mom for Mother’s Day?”Sound familiar? Sometimes the people closest to us are the hardest ones to shop for!While there’s no perfect answer, we have a few tried-and-true suggestions from gifts we’ve given (or thought about giving!) to our own mothers over the years—gifts meant to encourage, inspire, or simply delight her, from a framed family recipe to the splurgiest waffle maker.
I’ll admit that I put off cooking with butternut squash for a long time. Like, a really long time. For years I just skipped over it at the grocery store and didn’t give it one ounce of my attention.One year I decided that each month I would tackle a new fruit or vegetable to work with, and that’s when I worked up the courage to cook with my first ever butternut squash.
Ask any parent and they’ll tell you how tired they are of the words, “Can I have a snack?” Although, we do have to be honest with ourselves — kids aren’t alone in their desire to snack the day away. Plenty of grown-ups are grappling with the urge to mindlessly nibble all day, too.Shifts in routine, underlying stress of work and school, and snacks within arm’s reach make it easy get into a habit of sneaking treats more often than necessary.
This post was written by Our Site Nutrition Editor, Katie Morford, a registered dietitian with a Master’s Degree in Clinical Nutrition from New York University. When the intensity around the Coronavirus cranked up last week, I overheard a woman say she planned to drown her fears in wine and Ben & Jerry’s.
Grilled pork chops and steaks — and other typical dude foods — are pretty much a gimme for Father’s Day. So we polled a bunch of our dad friends and decided to find out what they really want to eat on Father’s Day.Did they want dude food? Did they want something else? Some of the responses are what you might expect – and we’re including a few of those in this round-up as well!
The holidays are approaching and you’re the host this year. Eek! While you have the holiday menu planned to every last detail, maybe you aren’t quite sure what to feed everyone before and after Christmas?When it comes to feeding a house full of guests, my motto is Keep It Simple. I’ll pull out all the stops for Christmas Day, but I’m Team Simple Dinner for everything else!
I don’t know about you, but I am 100 positive that wings are a staple for any and all sporting events. However, when it comes to the Super Bowl, you want to make sure that your wings go ABOVE AND BEYOND. You’re going to need to pull out all the stops to score a major wing touchdown. After all, this isn’t just any football game… it’s the football game of the year!
Easter might look a little different this year, but that doesn’t mean we can’t celebrate. Small can still mean special!Our Easter Brunch isn’t quite as big as I’d planned but it’s still important for me to mark the occasion. A bright, spring-inspired dessert is just the thing to do it. After a meal full of ham, deviled eggs, and cheesy potatoes I think I’m going to FaceTime with family from afar while we enjoy dessert together!
Any day that I get to munch on endless amounts of appetizers is a good day. What about when I get the chance to end one year and usher in the new one by munching on tasty little treasures such as stuffed mushrooms, deviled eggs, and mini turnovers? Well, that’s my very definition of living life to the fullest.
Friday nights are pizza nights at my house! Like clockwork, every Friday around 2 p.m., I start the dough, make a couple of batches, and around 5:30 pm, the magic begins. There’s something special about having a family tradition, and it doesn’t need to be lavish or extravagant. What matters is that you’re together!