My Cook: Chicken Grain Bowls with Miso-Tahini Dressing

May 22, 2019


Serves 4

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Total Cook Time: 2 hours

Grain bowls are endlessly adaptable and modifiable and can be assembled with whatever ingredients you have on hand. We’re using quinoa, green beans, and a few leafy greens, but you can use practically any vegetable and starch combination. All the components are cooked separately and then united under a blanket of tangy and sweet miso-tahini dressing. You could easily buy your own..

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My Cook: Salmon with Lentils and Green Beans

May 1, 2019


Serves 2

Active Time: 15 minutes

Total Time: 1 hr, 40 minutes

This simple and light dinner is a great meal for early summer nights when it starts getting warm enough to enjoy your dinner al fresco. Perfectly cooked salmon fillets top a warm lentil and green bean salad that’s tossed with a bright vinaigrette seasoned with dijon mustard for a little spiciness and fresh dill, which is a classic herb for pairing with seafood. Let the lentils..

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My Cook: Lamb Chops, New Potatoes, Asparagus, and Mint Gremolata

April 17, 2019


Serves 2

Active Time: 30 minutes

Total Time: 2 hours

Spring has finally sprung and we’re celebrating with a dish that is all about the best things in spring. Fresh, crisp asparagus is lightly steamed to keep its crunch and sweet delicate flavor. New baby potatoes are small enough to be boiled whole their skin is very thin so there’s no need to peel them. We chose lamb loin chops for this recipe (think T-bone steak but lamb size) because..

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My Cook: Red Lentil Daal

April 15, 2019

Serves 2-3

Active Time: 15 minutes

Total Time: 4 hours

Daal is a warm and comforting Indian stew made with lentils, aromatics and spices.  Red lentils make delicious stews because they cook fairly quickly and begin to break down and create a naturally creamy stew without the addition of dairy or other thickeners. This lentil daal is garnished with a splash of coconut milk to add a little fat and richness to the dish to keep you feeling full,..

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My Cook: Chicken Cacciatore

April 2, 2019

Serves 3-4

Active Time: 15 minutes

Total Time: 3.5 hours

Chicken Cacciatore is a classic Italian stew that refers to a rustic, “hunter-style” preparation. Traditionally a whole chicken is used and cut into pieces, but for our version, we’re keeping it simple with chicken drumsticks. A quick broil of the mushrooms, onion and bell pepper helps release some liquid and add some of the browning you would typically get during the searing step on the..

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My Cook: Chorizo Paella

March 22, 2019
- Pork,

Prep Time: 10-15 minutes

Total Cook Time: 1.5 hr

Paella is a Spanish rice dish typically made in a thin, shallow pan over an open flame. The rice is cooked with aromatics and broth or wine. The shallowness of the pan helps quickly evaporate and concentrate the flavors of the dish into the rice. As the rice cooks, it begins to form a crust on the bottom of the pan, which makes for a dish of wonderfully contrasting textures. Smooth creamy rice..

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My Cook: Chicken Tagine

March 19, 2019

Prep Time: 10-15 minutes

Total Cook Time: 4.5 hours

Tagines are a traditional Moroccan stew that is typically slow cooked in a clay pot with a conical lid. Flavored with warming spices like cinnamon and cumin, these stews can be made with any mixture of meats or fish. Medjool dates are a natural sweetener that is very popular in Morocco, but you can also use golden raisins or another dried fruit to add sweetness. Feel free to substitute..

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My Cook: Sesame Chicken

March 6, 2019


Serves: 4

Total prep time: 20 minutes

Total cook time: 1 hour 30 minutes

Sesame chicken is a classic Americanized dish found in Chinese restaurants across the United States. Sweet, sour, and sticky, this dish is usually deep fried, but we have adapted this recipe for your Suvie without sacrificing any flavor. Typically this dish is sweeter than it is spicy, but if you want to up the heat feel free to increase the amount of chili sauce to 1..

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My Cook: Shrimp Satay

February 20, 2019


Peanut plants thrive in the hot climate of Southeast Asia, where ground peanut sauces have become a staple in the cuisine. Peanuts were first introduced to the region by the Spanish who brought them over from Mexico. The smooth richness of peanuts works perfectly with the bright tangy flavors of fresh lime, garlic, and sriracha. A dash of fish sauce adds a characteristic funkiness, but if fish sauce is hard to find soy sauce will add a..

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My Cook: Black Bean Chili

February 14, 2019

This vegetarian chili is a hearty, rib-sticking meal packed with tons of flavor. Poblano peppers are not overly spicy, but they are very flavorful and add a lot of depth to this dish. Cumin and dried oregano are classic chili spices, and a dash of red pepper flakes kicks up the heat a notch. A quick broil of the veggies and spices helps to unlock their fragrance, and softens the onion and garlic. This chili is served over quinoa, a fantastic..

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