I’ve shared a rendition of this recipe in a lot of places. It’s in my e-book “Easy Eats” (which you can buy here), and was also one of my first featured recipes on Eat This, Not That!, but it felt strange to not have it on my website where I could easily refer it. So here we are—the simplest peanut butter overnight oats for your meal prep.
Cooking for one (or two) seems impossible when all of the recipes online are typically for four servings or more. Want to know my little secret? Any meal can be made a meal for one—you just don’t have to cook as many meals for yourself. So when prepping a meal, say like this cottage cheese lasagna, you bake a pan of it and eat it for dinners throughout the week. Easy, peasy.
To say the past few days have been overwhelming is an understatement. I know things are stressful and confusing right now. A lot of the working (and academic) world is required to hole up at home and work remotely, which may be something that is a completely new rhythm for some people. However, this isn’t my first rodeo working remote. While spending my first months in NYC freelancing, I got pretty good at learning how to work from home successfully. So I figured I would share with you some of my working from home tips that can guide you into a healthier, happier workday.
Things are pretty scary right now, I get it. I know the news can be tiring and Twitter is relentless (hot tip, just stay off Twitter right now), and I want to virtually comfort you with some chicken. I know, emotions shouldn’t be attached to food, I’m aware of that. But a good meal can be comforting in a way that words can’t, and this three-ingredient baked pesto chicken will soothe your soul.
I have a focaccia obsession lately. Seriously, I think it might be a problem. I take June (my sourdough starter) out of the fridge to feed her and get her ready to bake something on the weekend. And when the feeding is finished and my starter is ready to use…I just make focaccia. AGAIN. I’m so unoriginal. So I figured it was time to teach you how to make sourdough focaccia, to continue to feed my obsession.
You know how you eat something so good that you want to try and recreate it? Yeah, I’m the queen of that. Italian bruschetta, buffalo mac and cheese, ciabatta breakfast sandwich, the list goes on. So of course, when I posted a version of this goddess arugula bowl on my Instagram, my followers asked me to recreate it.