All Food

  • Zucchini hummus

    This delicious (and healthy) version of hummus turns zucchini, the ubiquitous summer vegetable, into a great spread for crackers or crisps. The red onion, olive oil, and mixture of spices gives the fresh zucchini a nuanced flavor.

  • Indonesian-style chicken-mushroom noodles

    This delicious noodle dish features chicken and mushrooms in this rendition of an Indonesian classic. With an array of spices and condiments including onions, garlic, soy sauce, oyster sauce, and even homemade chicken oil, the combination of flavors makes this a meal to savor.

  • Thai-style fried egg (kai dao)

    Thai fried eggs are made crispy around the edges from the hot fry oil, but can stay as runny as you like in the center. Great for breakfast or lunch, as an add-on or on their own, these eggs are a quick and easy go-to meal.

  • Wineberry lemon balm sorbet

    Wild wineberries, a cousin to the raspberry, provide a delicious base for this fruity sorbet. The lemon balm simple syrup gives it citrusy twist, making it a fresh summer dessert.

  • Coconut oil lemon bars

    Homemade lemon curd is a solid start to any recipe, and these lemon bars are no exception. The use of coconut oil instead of butter in the crust, which is also spread lightly on top of the bars, gives an extra hint of flavor to every crumbly bite.

  • How to make one simple jar of jam

    Making large batches of jam is a serious time commitment. A one-jar batch still provides enough fruity flavor, and this recipe gives a new use to extra fruit going soft. Sweet apricots and a bit of sugar are the simple ingredients behind this summery spread.

  • Refreshing cucumber salad

    If you are stuck with more cucumbers in your garden than you know what to do with, mix some up with rice wine vinegar, sesame seeds, and cilantro for an Asian-inspired cucumber salad.

  • Quick sauteed zucchini and mushrooms

    A mix of zucchini and mushrooms with the perfect blend of spices thrown in for a quick sauté makes for a delicious summer side dish. With garlic, olive oil, oregano, and a dash of Parmesan cheese for a finish, eating your veggies has never been so savory.

  • Perfect summer combo: tomatoes and eggs

    This simple combination of eggs, tomatoes, and spices makes for a delicious hearty breakfast. Adapt it to your personal tastes for the ultimate comfort food experience!

  • Soft and chewy chocolate chip cookies

    These chewy delights use chocolate chunks and an unexpected add-in to get the right amount of softness and chocolatey flavor in every bite. Better yet, they stay that way even when they're not straight out of the oven!

  • Lebanese red cabbage salad

    With colorful red cabbage, kale and carrots, this crunchy salad gets a kick from lemon juice and some nuanced savor from za'atar, a blend of Middle eastern spices. 

  • Thai basil pork and eggplant

    Summer doesn't have to mean foregoing your favorite Asian stir-fries. Using eggplant or another veggie makes this one-pot meal perfect for a weeknight dinner (or even breakfast).

  • Seriously fresh blueberry pie

    This simple pie is chock-full of blueberries and perfect for summer. A hint of nutmeg adds a mysterious and unique flavor to a classic pie. 

  • Salty sweet roasted cabbage

    When tossed with coconut oil, soy sauce, and maple syrup, roasted cabbage has a natural sweetness and a mellow flavor. Gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan, this recipe will work in almost any situation.

  • Quick barbecue chicken tortilla 'pizza'

    This tasty and quick-to-make hybrid pizza replaces tomato sauce with barbecue sauce on a crunchy tortilla crust.

  • Quinoa, kale, and corn mexi salad

    A lime juice dressing brightens things up in this cold grain salad. Make the full recipe to serve a crowd, or halve it for a family dinner. 

  • Garlic scape and pork stir-fried rice

    Stir fry is all about prep. Have your pork and veggies sliced and ready to go before you start cooking, and this recipe will be a breeze.

  • Asian BBQ sauce and pulled pork sandwiches

    Give pulled pork an Asian kick with this spicy ginger-flavored barbecue sauce. Pair the sauce with these easy pulled pork sandwiches, or use it for ribs or even grilled chicken.

  • Homemade pad Thai sauce in bulk, plus easy pad Thai

    A big jar of pad Thai sauce in the back of your fridge can be used for a number of weeknight dinners, from stir fry, to sweet and sour meatballs. With some rice noodles, shrimp, and veggies classic pad Thai is a few quick steps away.

  • White chocolate cream cheese cookies

    The key to these thick and chubby cookies is freezing the dough first, and then underbaking them. If you like white chocolate chip cookies, these are a winner.