Here is a list of recipes that you can cook with rhubarb. Rhubarb appears for a few weeks in the springtime, normally around late April/early May, and you can cook with it to make pies, cakes, compotes, and drinks. Cooking with rhubarb is definitely one of the things I look forward to every spring.
Here’s a recipe for a rhubarb simple syrup, with an option to make it keto. Rhubarb reduces down beautifully into a compote, and there is a leftover syrup sauce that has tons of rhubarb flavor and is great for flavoring beverages, like this rhubarb gin sour.
Here’s a recipe for a rhubarb compote that is lower in sugar but maintains that delicious sweet-tart balance that rhubarb is known for. Using just water, rhubarb, and sugar or a sugar substitute, this rhubarb compote recipe is ready in about 20 minutes and is delicious with yogurt, ice cream, on toast, or as a… Continue reading Low Sugar Rhubarb Compote (Easy, Healthy, Keto)
This easy roasted chicken recipe is a staple you must memorize how to make. All you have to is stuff is with lemon and onion, season it with salt and pepper and then roast it in the oven for 1 hour at 425F. That really could be the whole blog post! If you want, save… Continue reading Easy Recipe for Roasting a Whole Chicken
This recipe for plum jam has no pectin and very little sugar. It’s also a small batch of jam, and requires no special equipment. It just uses one weird trick! Using only six or seven plums, a bit of powdered sugar, you can make this plum jam in no time. This is a looser-set jam… Continue reading Plum Jam – Easy Recipe with No Pectin
Everyone needs a backup, quick to throw together, homemade dip recipe in their repertoire. This easy yogurt dip served with cucumbers makes use of ingredients you already have, and is completely foolproof. This dip is like a deconstructed tzatziki dip – so simple and easy. You should make this homemade yogurt dip anytime you have… Continue reading Easy Yogurt Dip – Pantry Recipe for Homemade Dip
If you’re like me, you’re always trying to maximize the produce and food that you bought at the farmer’s market or grocery store. i hate wasting food and especially hate throwing out rotted food that i never even used! it feels so wasteful! so, to mitigate food waste, here is a roundup of hacks to… Continue reading 21 Hacks to Make Food Last Longer
This is a recipe for mini orange-olive oil cake that is gluten free and dairy free. Using the whole orange and olive oil, these mini cakes are tender, moist, and not too sweet. What I also love is that they use the whole orange, peel and all, so it’s a low waste recipe! Try these… Continue reading Gluten-Free Orange Mini Cakes
This apple cider-braised cabbage turns a few cheap staples – apples, cider, cabbage, bacon, onions – into a really lovely dish. You can serve it as a side at a dinner party or make it for two as a main course.
This homemade pickled red onions recipe is a staple recipe you should make regularly at home. It comes together so quickly and pickled red onions are the perfect condiment to anything fatty or umami that needs something acidic to cut the flavor. This homemade pickled red onions recipe is something you probably see on top… Continue reading Homemade Pickled Red Onions
preserved lemons are a Mediterranean kitchen staple which adds a funky, salty, citrusy note to whatever you’re cooking. use sparingly because they’re really pungent. really good with chicken, grain salads, or cheese. they take a month to cure so make them when you remember to, and they will keep forever.
Bone broth – basically chicken stock made with bones you have at home – is so EASY to make you should NEVER buy it again. You can make bone broth at home with almost any combination of chicken bones, weird chicken parts, or even leftovers from a rotisserie chicken from the supermarket. All you need… Continue reading how to make bone broth at home