Taco Tuesday has become a tradition for many families. Tacos are easy to make, fun to eat and incredibly versatile. This version uses ground lamb instead of ground beef or turkey. Don’t be intimidated! If you can cook ground beef—you can cook ground lamb.
Crab Rolls with Mango and Avocado Makes 8 mini rolls or 4 large rolls INGREDIENTS 3 tablespoons mayonnaise (preferably avocado-based) 1/4 teaspoon chili powder 1/2 teaspoon lime zest 1/4 teaspoon …
It is cold out y’all! The bomb cyclone just hit Brooklyn, bringing snow and leaving behind super cold temperatures. Since we’ll be in a deep freeze for a while, chili was a must. This one packs plenty of lean protein to keep your muscles fueled in wintry weather.
Looking for a homemade ice pop that wows? Make my all-natural Rocket Pops!
Yes, I’m a huge Pat Benatar fan. I’m also a big fan of crispy dark chocolate cookies, especially when they’re filled with amazing things like almond butter or ice cream. These shortbread cookies are excellent on their own with a cup of tea or coffee, and even more fun dressed up as sandwich cookies.
Well, Mother Nature has decided to dump another 6 inches on us in New York City. I’m sure I’m not the only one hoping this is winter’s last blast!
Spring is beginning to make her presence known here in NYC. We’re not talking sandals and sundresses yet, but at least you can ditch a layer and feel a bit of sun on your back, and at this point, that feels pretty awesome!
Halloween treats aren’t just for kids! This Matcha Panna Cotta is perfect for a fall dinner party or as a special date night treat.
The ultimate comfort food grows up a little in this healthy version. It’s still rich and cheesy, but it also gets extra calcium from the dried milk powder and the broccoli. The top gets nice and crunchy from the breadcrumbs.
Potato chips are back on the menu! These are lighter than most store-bought varieties because we oven-bake them. Smoked paprika makes them even more flavorful.