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Roasted Cauliflower Tacos

Roasted Cauliflower Tacos

In February I taught a cooking class on weeknight meals and batch cooking for The Wonder Women Project, a fabulous group of women in NYC who get together for workshops on wide-ranging topics, as well as events that are simply for fun. Spending the afternoon […]

Quick Pickled Red Onions

Quick Pickled Red Onions

I credit the queen, Deb Perelman, for creating my pickled red onion obsession. She uses them here and there when a dish needs a punch of sour and brightness. This is my favorite version for tacos or anything Tex-Mex. The little bit of jalapeño gives […]

Red Lentil Daal

Red Lentil Daal

I love dried beans – they’re cheap, easy to store and have such a great texture. But they have one major downside and that’s cook time. Unless you have a pressure cooker, they take several hours to soak and then cook – not exactly weeknight […]

Kale Pesto with Walnuts

Kale Pesto with Walnuts

Recently I taught a series of cooking classes to a group of teenage girls at my town’s YWCA. For our final class, the girls asked me to teach them to make pasta and lasagna was their main request. Nothing against classic lasagna, but often I […]

The Who, What, Where and Why

The Who, What, Where and Why

Welcome! Every new blog needs a welcome-to-my-corner-of-the-internet post (right?) so here goes… My name is Sarah and I’m a food lover and eater who lives just outside Boston. My husband, Ben, is the frequent beneficiary of my kitchen successes and the unfortunate victim of my […]