As someone who loves vegetables, low-maintenance cooking and pasta, I’m always trying to combine these three things in new, unfussy ways. For example, while I love eggplant, I am not a fan of the salting step, though it is usually necessary, so I sometimes find myself skipping eggplant dishes out of laziness — until now. Enter my new favorite broiler method that leaves out that salting step. As you’ll see below, each dish has its own little spin to keep things easy, a tad healthier and, most importantly, delicious. Here, you’ll find three vegetarian recipes that hit the cozy, comforting
Have a look at these six options from our archives, several of which include variations for those who abstain from alcohol.
The Amarose. This sparkling pink cocktail screams Valentine’s Day, and we are here for it. Skip the bouquet of flowers and instead whip up a drink that includes rose hip-hibiscus tea, rose water and sparkling rose lemonade.
Pomegranate Fizz. Try a punch sized just for two, made with pomegranate and lemon juices, gin, curaçao and sparkling white wine. There’s a built-in nonalcoholic version as well.
Bourbon Caramel Cozy. If your idea of romance involves sitting around
Rounded up here are vegetarian Chinese food recipes to try at home, from dishes that are naturally plant-based to veggie-fied versions of your favorite takeout
One thing every fan of the show knows is that Carrie does not cook. Carrie claims to be a simple gal despite, at one point, owning $40,000 worth of shoes and thriving on drama, and that’s how she ended up with emotionally unavailable, debatably handsome, wealthy Big, who thinks he can cook. If the world is your stage, if you would do anything for a designer drop, and if you believe in fantasy over everything, this is what your Big would make for you, because it’s what he would make it for himself:
Martini. A classic, elegant
Lunar New Year hits differently this year. It’s an annual holiday celebrated on a bedrock of bringing families, across the country and overseas, together for home-cooked meals and lots of catching up.
Some people may be spending the weekend in the comfort of their family homes, for the first time in years, while other Korean American folks, like me, are scrambling to find comfort food, as a way of feeling connected to their loved ones.
For those celebrating