Korean-style Beef Bowls

This Korean-style beef bowl is a staple weeknight dinner meal in my house and for good reason: it’s easy, tastes good, and makes great leftovers for lunch the next day. What more can you ask more? Oh, and it’s nutrient-dense, satisfying, and fun to eat! Feel free to get creative and use whatever veggies and starches you have on hand, but I do particularly love the texture of the wide,...

Weeknight Instant Pot Shredded Chicken

No idea what to make for dinner? Forgot to defrost your protein? Grab your chicken breasts — fresh or frozen — and let’s make a meal! The Instant Pot does all the work for you, and in around 25 minutes, you will have delicious, tender shredded chicken to serve atop a salad, on a sandwich or wrap, or alongside your desired starch and vegetable. I make this recipe at least once, more often...

Instant Pot Short Ribs with Semi-homemade Ragu

This dish is a kind of Jedi mind trick— at first glance, it seems over-the-top fancy and upscale, but once you really look at it, you realize how beautifully simple it is to put together! The simpler, the better, if you ask me! Short ribs are real crowd pleasers, and they do not disappoint here either. The recipe comes together in 3 parts, but please don’t let that intimidate you. Part 1:...

Classic Chicken Salad

Ahh, yes, the illusive chicken salad. I think I’ve tried 35 different chicken salad recipes in my lifetime, and none of them were ever quite right. I mean, they were good (love yours, Mom!), but I always wanted more. So, here you have it— in my humble opinion, I think I finally got the ingredient proportions just right! Classic Chicken Salad Serves: 4 | Prep time: 15 min. | Cook time: 0...