We’re not vegetarians, we’re less-atarians. When it comes to eating meat, we’ve been advocating for a different way for more than a decade now. We believe the way to responsible carnivorousness is through better quality and less quantity. Eat a Read on!
Pre-pandemic, a weekend used to be a couple of days carved out of the granite of regular life. Five days a week, we had a rock-solid routine of reality, and then along came the weekend when we could sleep late, Read on!
If there’s one silver lining to living in a pandemic, surely it must be learning to live a little more loosely. Bedtime? We’ll rely on our internal clock, thanks. Hair color? Those are “sparkles,” not greys. Pants? Totally optional. This Read on!
Ingredients: 1 pound boneless chicken, cut into 1″ strips 4 tablespoons fresh lime juice 1 1/2 teaspoons crushed chipotle chilies* 6 teaspoons olive oil 1 bunch spring onions (white and pale green parts only), thinly sliced 1/2 cup chicken stock Read on!
Who knew a recipe could get us all excited with just a word? Shakshuka is awfully fun to say, but even more fun when you realize how delicious it is. An easy way to make dinner out of a few Read on!
We’re doing a lot more cooking at home and when Uchi Houston’s Chef de Cuisine Chris Davies offered up his at-home version of Uchi Brussels Sprouts, we jumped at the chance to make them. Channel your inner chef and take Read on!
Even in these times, life shouldn’t have to be a backbend. With holidays like Easter and Passover or even birthdays and anniversaries still happening, there should be no reason to skip on the celebrations! This week, we’ve got everything you need Read on!
Everyone needs a few – those save-your-bacon, last-minute, pull-dinner-out-your-back-pocket recipes. A few years ago, we found ourselves out by the grill, thinking deep thoughts and cooking up a fat, juicy lamb steak. It was a good night made even better Read on!
Lamb Steak with Charred Shallots and Minty Green Garlic Yogurt Sauce There’s something deeply satisfying about gathering around a fire, the scents of wood smoke and charring meat rising up into the evening sky. In Catching Fire, anthropologist Richard Wrangham Read on!