Fish tacos are summertime-perfect, easy and cravable without being too heavy for a hot evening on the porch. We’re making a super-simple cabbage slaw and an even easier sauce and sticking the fish in the oven because nobody wants to stand over a hot stove.
Sauces, Dips, & Spreads
One mixing bowl full of cheesy artichokey goodness, poured into a dish and baked: this is the perfect easy appetizer for a night in! Or in our case, maybe dinner after a full day in the kitchen, and there are no regrets.
Here’s your weeknight dinner answer for the next forever. We’re not going for gourmet, but it would be cool if we can check off a couple different food groups instead of just putting cheese on a tortilla and calling it a quesadilla again.
It’s almost football time! And nothing goes better with sports than a full spread of saucy wings, garlicky cheese bread, and enough dips to cover every inch of the table.
Anyone else have a hot sauce obsession? I just honestly think pretty much every dish can be improved by a little spice.
This Fiery Roasted Tomatillo Salsa is just the right level of burns-so-good, where the roasted flavor of three different peppers really shines. It couldn’t be easier to make – a few minutes under a broiler, a couple pulses in a food processor, and you have a big batch of salsa ready to devour.
I’m that person, the one who loves tailgating and the excitement of game-day without really being into sports. It’s just the best excuse to make all sorts of delicious finger foods and dips that I wouldn’t normally make… and eating snacks as a meal is pretty much the best thing ever.
I like to think I’m pretty relaxed on the food snob spectrum. I am definitely not above craving fast food, some of my favorite wines are priced in the single digits, and yes, there are times when Velveeta really is just going to taste the best.