When I ask myself the question (and sometimes, if I'm very hungry and/or not careful, it's aloud, on the subway), "What do I want for dinner?", very rarely does an answer come easy.
But then I look at the latest recipe from Alexandra Stafford. A writer, photographer, cook, and mother of four, her sixth sense seems to be intuiting exactly what the rest of us feel like eating, no matter how amorphous that "feeling" might be. (Seven of our most popular recipes in 2016 came from her.)
Ask yourself: Do I want ultra comfort or extreme ease? Do I want a sandwich or a salad? Or, did my quiet solo dinner turn into an accidental dinner party and I need something that leans toward impressive, and fast? One (and likely more than one) of these 24 recipes will be your answer.
NO UTENSILS NECESSARY
Meets Daily Fruit/Veg/Salad Dressing Reqs
Saucy—and Errs on the Side of Impressive
Do you always know what you "feel like" eating—or is it more of a struggle? Tell us in the comments below.