Make a double batch of these delicious muffins for gifts or easy weekday grab-and-go breakfasts.
This is delectable. Truly. I wouldn’t take a photo and put words on top of that photo in Adobe Comp on my iPad or take the time to compose an entire blog post to a side dish if it wasn’t worth making again. This recipe is a Plated original. My husband occassionally grumbles that grocery […]
I was not holding my knife properly, until about two weeks ago, when I watched this surprisingly informative and brief video series on knife skills by Plated on Skillshare. Knife Skills: A Mini Class to Chop Like a Chef An Online Skillshare Class by Elana Karp Skillshare is a cool service with about a million […]
The other day, my co-worker was sitting in my office and it was getting close to the end of the day, and his wife called. “It’s the what’s for dinner call!” I said… and heard her say when he picked up the phone, “is spaghetti ok?” My husband and I have the same conversation, too. […]
Plated introduced me to Naan last week via the steak gyro recipe and I’m hooked. I’d seen it in grocery stores but never tried it. Have you? It has the perfect balance of crunch and fluff and makes an excellent wrap. Check out this culinary creation wrapped in Naan: Tasty. If you’re not familiar with […]
My new favorite drink? Adding frozen pineapples or peach slices to my water or “fizzy water” from my Soda Stream. (I have this one and use it nearly everyday. Love it.) It’s so refreshing and adds just a hint of flavor.
If I’m going to eat a salad for lunch, it had better be both tasty and substantial. I live around the corner from where I work, so it’s easy for me to go home for lunch – but these would be easy to assemble and take with you to work, too. First up: we’ll call […]
If you suggested that a lima bean and green olive salad was “delicious,” I’d probably not believe you… however, this simple side really is fantastic – if you like olives. My Grandmother’s Lima Bean & Green Olive Salad Recipe Ingredients Jar of green olives Frozen lima beans Mayonnaise (Duke’s is my preference) Assembly Make the […]
Even though I haven’t perfected tossing knives in the air, making an onion volcano, or cracking corny egg roll jokes, I did discover making a healthy hibachi shrimp with fried rice last night is a simple meal to make. “Let’s go to the JAPANESE STEAK HOUSE” is our son’s request when asked to select a […]
Ah, Pimento Cheese. A Southern delicacy, also knows as “the pate of the South.” It graces the Southern table at any occasion in which the ladies are dressed in Lilly Pulitzer and the men are clad in Seersucker. Pimento cheese even makes its way onto menus at sophisticated restaurants like Magnolia’s in Charleston, SC and […]