Sneak peek from Go-To Dinners! It's Friday and that means I'm making Roast Chicken with Spring Vegetables for dinner, and it couldn't be easier! You put the chicken, vegetables, and fresh herbs in a big roasting pan, throw it in the oven, and add the asparagus for the last 10 minutes. It’s the perfect one-pan dinner and oh so satisfying. Go-To Dinners publishes in October and you can pre-order it now from your favorite bookseller!
Cooking during the pandemic got pretty crazy, even for me, so I devised all kinds of ways to get dinner on the table with the least amount of stress. My new book, Go-To Dinners is a collection of easy, make ahead, prep ahead, freeze ahead, and simply assembled recipes that you’ll want to make over and over again. Go-To Dinners will be published on October 25th and is available for preorder with booksellers everywhere!
Every Valentine's Day needs a romantic soundtrack, right?? I have a playlist of all my favorite love songs so all you need to do is press play! It's available on Apple Music, Pandora, and Spotify - and I hope you love it! Happy Valentine's Day!
You don’t need a holiday to bake this Raspberry Cheesecake but I guarantee that you’ll make your Valentine feel really special if you make it on Monday! My favorite Valentine's Day menu is below.
When it’s cold outside, Mac & Cheese is always a good idea, but my Truffled Mac & Cheese will make your dinner feel like a celebration. It has two kinds of cheeses, two kinds of mushrooms, and the secret ingredient -truffle butter! - is less expensive than you think. This is classic comfort food but so much better than you expect!
We get a lot of requests for help with party menus and so I put one together for you to try for the holidays. It’s Slow-Roasted Spiced Pork with a crisp Winter Slaw and Sour Cream Corn Bread to sop up all the delicious flavors. This pork is slow-roasted for 6-8 hours, but it’s a good thing because you won’t be running around prepping dinner just before! Happy Holidays to everyone!
I’ve put together my favorite Make-Ahead Thanksgiving dinner for you. It’s classic flavors but with the volume turned way up so you can serve a delicious Thanksgiving feast with less stress. First, is my Make-Ahead Roast Turkey and Make-Ahead Turkey Gravy with Onions & Sage that go directly from the oven to the table. For sides, I’m serving crunchy, flavorful Green Beans Gremolata, savory Twice-Baked Sweet Potatoes with Taleggio and thyme, and instead of stuffing the turkey, I make a Mushroom and Leek Bread Pudding with pancetta and Gruyère. Every dish is delicious and easy to make! For dessert, I have a Pumpkin Roulade with Ginger Buttercream that will wow everyone at your table - and you can make that days ahead of time too!
Wishing everyone a happy and healthy Thanksgiving!! - xxx Ina
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