A recipe for my favorite Middle Eastern baked egg dish, Harissa Shakshuka.
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Sharing my mother’s recipe for Sweet Sausage and Three Cheese Lasagna.
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40 Clove Garlic chicken is one of my favorite recipes — when it’s made right. Usually, it’s lots of garlic but bland in flavor, but not with this recipe.
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Piri piri is a hot marinade of roasted chiles, paprika, parsley, and vinegar — it is amazing with almost anything but my favorite is this Piri Piri Shrimp.
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An easy weeknight recipe of Baked Chicken with Jalapeño Pesto that’s a simple, quick family meal.
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A healthy summery salad of herbed chicken with mixed greens, avocado, cucumber, and a mango-mustard dressing.
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“I’m going on a road trip, I’m going on a road trip, X marks the spot!”
Ok, I know that’s not really how that grade school rhyme goes but this last weekend I was playing with my niece and nephews and I taught them the original game. Ever since then I can’t help but change it to “road trip” as I prepare for the trip I’m about to take.
But before I tell you what I’ll be eating while on the road (spoiler alert: it just might be this very recipe), let’s talk about the whos, what, wheres, and whys. Do you recall the Los Angeles-to-Texas road trip I took a few years back that I took with my friends, Lillian and Gaby where we proclaimed ourselves the Three Amigas? Well, we’re at it again and this time we’re heading from Los Angeles to San Francisco while en route to the IACP Annual Conference.
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It’s the little things. Like, say, no traffic on the way across town.
In a city like Los Angeles, that only comes a few times a year and means that gridlocked commutes become breezes. This last weekend was a kismet intersection of Passover, Easter, and Spring Break that allowed the traffic gods to look kindly upon those of us who stayed in town. And I’m not complaining about staying in LA because this city is a whole other animal when you have it to yourself (or you and only 1 million other people, but who’s counting).
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So, I’ve got a thing with eggs. I could eat them for any meal, at any time, and any number of ways. There’s a culinary urban legend that the number of pleats in a traditional chef’s hats is directly correlated to the number of ways to cook eggs and, while I’ve never found concrete evidence backing that claim, it’s fair to say there are at least 5 kajillion ways to make eggs.
Continue Reading: Pretty. Easy. Baked Eggs with Wilted Spinach and Salmon →