Summer Spaghetti with Tomatoes, Burrata, & Basil

If there’s one culinary lesson I learned from our trip to Tuscany, it’s that the simplest dishes are often the best. Of course, when you’re working with a tiny ingredient list, a recipe is only as good as the quality of those ingredients, so the time to make this spaghetti dinner is when tomatoes are practically […]

El Jefe’s Dorade

Photographer Kate Holstein loves this simple mahi mahi recipe from her father-in-law (affectionately known as “el jefe”). See how she serves this dish at her vacation home in St. Barths by reading the full story here. photographed by kate holstein

Hawaiian Smashed Burgers

May is National Burger Month! Up your grilling game this summer with these tasty Hawaiian Smashed Burgers, featuring the flavors of McCormick’s Flavor Forecast: Grilling Edition. Click here to see more recipe from our beachy Memorial Day dinner party! photography by Ashleigh Amoroso

Baked Salmon with Pesto and Broccolini

One of the complaints I hear most from my single friends is that they feel completely unmotivated to cook for one. And then when the mood does strike, they find themselves over-shopping, resulting in unused groceries that go to waste altogether. I’ve totally been there, and I get it. So we thought we’d whip up a […]

Allison’s Easy One Dish Pasta

See how interior designer Allison Crawford served this easy one-dish chicken and mushroom pasta alongside an arugula and cherry tomato salad in our Entertaining With story here. photographed by kate zimmerman

Healthy Chiles Rellenos

Here in Austin, it feels like we just made a beeline straight from winter temps right into bikini weather (Spring? What Spring?) Although this heat-loving south Texas girl doesn’t mind the quick transition, as I shop for my new swimsuit in March, I’m reminded that it’s time to spring clean my diet a bit. When you come from a […]

Hoisin Chicken Cabbage Tacos

photos by Ashleigh Amoroso On our first date, Adam picked me up and whisked me away to… the diviest Chinese restaurant I’d ever seen. In hindsight, it was totally out of character for a guy who loves his high-end dining, but since we worked together at the time, we were kind of keeping things on the […]

Easy Chicken Paillard, Two Ways

I’m sure many of y’all have heard of the cheekily-named “Engagement Roast Chicken” that’s reported to be so good, any man will fall in love on the spot. All due respect to Ina, but I’ve got my own chicken recipe that’s equally simple to make and, thanks to it’s crispy exterior and gorgeous presentation, even more effective at convincing […]

Chermoula Roasted Sweet Potatoes

The humble sweet potato is taken to new levels in Eden Grinshpan’s recipe for Chermoula Roasted Sweet Potatoes.  A medley of warming spices like harissa, cumin and smoked paprika give a mouth-watering depth of flavor. To discover how Eden entertains, click here!

How to Make Restaurant Quality Ramen at Home

I know I’m not alone when I say that for the first two decades of my life, “ramen” equalled dehydrated noodles in plastic wrap, paired with sodium-packed powdered flavoring. And while that store-bought version of the classic Japanese dish certainly wasn’t glamorous, something about the comfort of noodles in warm broth still made it undeniably enjoyable. Then came the real […]

Thanksgiving Leftovers Soup

Click here for more healthy Thanksgiving recipes! photography by Molly Winters “I always prepare way too much for my Thanksgiving spread, but it’s totally intentional. I find joy in utilizing my leftovers in repurposed recipes, so I make more food than I know our guests can eat. I often make casseroles, breakfast hashes or sandwiches […]