A friend and I are driving up to Santa Barbara for the day this Saturday. I would love some suggestions for lunch....good food, price is no object, an easy place to talk, casual clothes, and no spicy food (she has an ulcer)
Vegan Chef Tony Mongeluzzi shows us his favorite fall dish. It's an umami bomb that fits right in at a Thanksgiving feast. Get the recipe, and see more vegetarian Thanksgiving dishes here.
Garlicky Pot Roast
This easy pot roast is packed with flavor thanks to 8 whole heads of garlic, roasted so they're mellow and sweet, plus some fresh garlic for kick, and a rich gravy full of meaty flavor. The secret ingredient: crushed gingersnaps, which help thicken the sauce and add a lovely spicy flavor perfect for fall and winter. Get the recipe.
These bouillon cubes are the ultimate convenience: Pop one out anytime you need a quick flavor boost in a soup, sauce or braise. If you don’t have a turkey carcass, use two roast chicken carcasses. If you don’t have parsley stems, use any other herb.
Roasted Butternut Squash Kale Salad with Tahini Dressing
This healthy and delicious salad pairs kale with tender roasted butternut squash and red onions, plus a rich tahini dressing and crunchy toasted pine nuts. It's a great holiday side dish, and leftovers make a hearty lunch. Get the recipe.