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Lamb Bolognese

Dinner, One-Pot Meals, Spring, Winter

This New Zealand Grass-fed Lamb Bolognese simmers on the stove for an hour, marrying all the delicious flavors of carrot, onion, anchovy and lamb together. Ladle it over your favorite pasta for an amazing dinner, and if you have leftovers, good news – this lamb bolognese freezes easily!

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Shoyu Chicken

Dinner, Instant Pot, One-Pot Meals

This Hawaiian Shoyu Chicken recipe is so flavorful. Chicken thighs are cooked with lots of fresh ginger, shoyu soy sauce, brown sugar and garlic. A big bonus is that it’s super easy to make–it’s the perfect weeknight meal! This shoyu chicken recipe can be made in a pot or an Instant Pot!

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Zuni Cafe-Style Pollo a La Brasa Chicken

Dinner, Healthy, Healthy (ish), One-Pot Meals, Winter

Every now and then I wonder what it would be like to own a restaurant. And what my restaurant would look and feel like. I think about what I would serve, what my story would be, what the decor would look like. And then I immediately remember the skinny profit margins, back-breaking work, my lack of experience in that area and tell myself that I’m crazy lol. The idea soon flies out the window! My family thanks me.

But if I did in theory own a restaurant, this would be on the menu. Food like this would be served. It’s a roasted chicken with flavors of Peruvian pollo a la brasa, my favorite chicken ever. But served over a bread salad, reminiscent of Zuni Cafe. It would be a merging of cultures, both of which I identify with and are mine. (Maybe San Francisco isn’t my culture but you know what I mean!) I would say that my food and the food I would want to serve leans feminine. This is an attribute by the way. Girly food is dope.

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