Help! I'm in a cooking rut after the holidays, and I need some fresh recipes to kick-start the year. Not quite ready to start eating a bunch of salad suppers, but definitely tired of rich, heavy food. What are you all making these days?
Pat is a trusted home cook.
This is one of my favorites and the grape tomatoes are pretty good year round:
Let me try that again:
Cynthia is a trusted source on Bread/Baking.
Thank you, Pat! I made it just a couple nights ago myself.
HalfPint is a trusted home cook.
My suggestion: chicken pho. A fragrant and light broth, rice noodles, slices of chicken, and fresh herbs. Warm, filling, but somehow light. Serious Eat posted a quick recipe this week. Check it out.
Abbie is a trusted source on General Cooking.
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I tested this soup a couple of weeks ago, it's light, healthful, delicious:
One thing I do is buy an overload of greens at the farmer's market and then challenge myself to use up every scrap ... and I spend a lot of time searching right here on Food52!!!
Big ol' sheet pans of roasted veggies and Ina Garten's fabulous oven-baked risotto are my staples right now. Recently made Fuchsia Dunlop's gong bao ("Kung pao") chicken though and the hubby and I are OBSESSED - had it twice just last week lol.
We eat a lot of soups in our house. And lately, homemade pizzas.
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Well played. You deserve a cookie.
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