Adapted from a few recipes around the internet, with adjustments to make it taste like something. It’s quite good!
Orecchiette with Ricotta, Walnuts, and Broccoli Rabe
Slightly simplified adaptation of Martha Rose Shulman’s recipe, with technique/ingredients borrowed from my Italian-American elders (who did not come from Liguria—apologies to Liguria).Read more…
Pear Rosemary Baked Oats Breakfast Concept
Coming off several rounds of the pumpkin baked oats concept, some fatigue had set in, and a variation was called for.
For now we’ve settled on a version of this pear baked oatmeal recipe, with some modifications.Read more…
Baked Pumpkin/Banana Oats Breakfast Concept
For a long time, Kat had been doing a form of chia pudding for breakfast. On one day growing weary of it, she declared a need for a Brand New Breakfast Concept.
While I declared that my new band name, she began making a baked oats dish, until at some point, due to scheduling issues and These Terrible Times We Live In, it fell to me, and I needed A Recipe Of Some Kind, and found this Kodiak Cakes Air Fryer Oats recipe.Read more…
Sweet Potato Beans, Salsa, Cheese
Hey this is a thing, remember?
Remember to season the beans though: sazon, garlic, bay leaves, oregano.
This is so satisfying, and so simple. Kat has often made it, but I finally had reason to do it. Saving here for reference, this is based off this recipe at food52.Read more…
Crispy-skin salmon, quinoa pilaf, gingery greens
Notes on an amalgamation: a good combo for meal prepping, but to get a good quantity you kind of have to double everything. Quinoa pilaf loosely based on this recipe, minus the extras, greens via Mark Bittman, and crispy-skin salmon with guidance from seriouseats.Read more…