adapted from Bon Appetit. This is another easy, make-ahead lunch that only gets better the longer it sits. It uses the bones of a great Bon Appetit canned bean formula, with a few additions to make it a heartier meal that can stand alone. Beans are a cheap and easy
The egg offers endless possibilities in the kitchen – from enhancing a slice of avocado toast to elevating a simple green salad to rounding out a bowl of umami-rich ramen. It’s a go-to breakfast for me, where my morning mood dictates how the contents of my plate look. They’re also
Meal prep for flight attendants is more important than ever right now, with food options on layovers and in airports being limited due to COVID-19. I’m on-call for the next 3 days, and woke up to a call from scheduling, telling me I would be gone for all of them.
Matt and I love to go to a coffee shop or bakery on the weekends for pastries and lattes. We love the ritual of sipping them together at a coffee bar, comparing whatever we were currently drinking to lattes from different shops. If we ever wanted coffee at home, for
All this extra time at home has given me ample opportunity to let my good eating habits of yesteryear fall by the wayside. I’ve been craving my beloved Arden’s Garden smoothies & juices from Atlanta to help balance me out, but, as I’ve previously lamented, it isn’t available in Seattle.
Not having the same office to return to each day means my suitcase & lunchbox are my only constants. I treat them like someone with a regular office job might treat their desk: leaving helpful items in them full-time to help make my life easier. Here are some of my
This was an idea born of a need to use a rotisserie chicken that had been languishing in the fridge for a couple days now. A well-intentioned purchase that seemed destined to go unused, becoming less appetizing by the day. Using Bon Appetit’s recipe for a versatile cashew dressing (linked