I craved beef stew, but wanted to add a up the spice level. I used harissa paste (my favorite paste, as everyone knows) along with a combination of aromatic spices to create a really delicious pot of stew.
What We’re Cooking Right Now
- One Pot Meal
This fig and prosciutto salad is the perfect early Autumn salad. It’s loaded with figs, warm pecans, and hints of fresh basil to tie the last of summer and beginning of fall together.
It was SO frigid cold today that the only thing I could bear to think about eating for dinner was a nice bowl of beef noodle soup! Made with a fragrant stock and served with a sesame chili oil, this recipe is a great crowd-pleaser! The recipe takes a long time to prepare, but the final product is oh-so-worth-it.
I never thought of adding orange juice to beef soup, but this 30-minute orange-thyme beef soup proves bright citrus is a formidable beef soup ingredient.
This spicy squid and grits recipe is loaded with fresh, late summer tomatoes, crushed red pepper, and lots of fresh basil.
This easy bean and bacon soup is loaded with cranberry beans and bacon for an easy dinner that you can eat all week long.
If you know me, you know I love brothy beans and this brothy beans and greens recipe is one of my new favorites.
This tomato-basil risotto with parmesan is a great way to finish up any summer tomatoes for the season. It’s rich, bright, and easy to make.
This strawberry pretzel salad recipe is a classic summer dessert. It’s sweet, crunchy, creamy, and a little salty and perfect for a hot day!
Sweet and spicy, these baked maple sriracha chicken wings are an incredible game day or any day of the week snack. Or you can just go ahead and eat a whole plate of them for dinner like we did.
This creamy rigatoni with seared scallops is comfort-food heaven. Perfectly seared scallops nestled into a creamy, spicy sauce make for an incredible dinner!
Simply roasted branzino with brothy beans is an elegant, easy, and flavorful dinner you can make any day of the week.