Inspired by a Woman's Day recipe, these shrimp rolls are perfect summer food. Easy, fresh and impressive. I like to buy fresh shrimp and prep it myself (peel, de-vein, cook in boiling water for 2 mins), but you can make these even easier (and no-cook) by using pre-cooked shrimp. Hot dog buns will do, but brioche buns take 'em to the next level.
A great Italian take on shakshuka courtesy of Bon Appetit, Nov 2013. Recipe by chef Michael Anthony of NYC's Gramercy Tavern. Measure and prep everything in advance and this will come together quickly. It's perfect for a weekend brunch!
A super easy stand-in for traditional key lime pie. Slightly altered from the version posted on Serious Eats (http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2011/07/10-minute-lime-cracker-pie-recipe.html). Squeezing the limes can be a chore, but you can always skip it by buying fresh lime juice.
A super-simple way to get a hearty breakfast on the table without any work! This recipe was inspired by an overnight maple and brown sugar oatmeal on MelsKitchenCafe.com (http://www.melskitchencafe.com). Make sure to use steel-cut oats, otherwise you'll end up with a pot of gummy paste.
This recipe is a re-creation of the amazing and decadent Slutty Brownies from the blog What’s Gaby Cooking (http://whatsgabycooking.com), which were inspired by The Londoner blog (http://www.thelondoner.me). But what makes them different--ahem--"sluttier”? I’ve amped up the recipe with a secret layer of caramel plus salted caramel on top. How’s that for filthy!
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