Christie St. John

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Strawberry And Peach Jam Recipe

Wash and mash strawberries.<p>Slice, pit, and dice peaches. Next, mash peaches.<p>Place fruit in large pan on medium heat.<p>Cook until it boils, stirring a …

steak sandwiches

Mix mayo, mustards, sour cream, and 1/8 teaspoon kosher salt in a small dish. Taste and adjust seasonings as needed. A shot of hot sauce is fantastic …

arroz con pollo

I’ve already admitted that I’ve been a bit of a slack-ass with the whole cooking dinner on a weekday night, or pretty much any night, thing lately. …

chicken and dumplings

I’ve been thinking this week–probably more than anyone should–about what it means to be a perfectionist. I never considered myself one before; fussy, …

chana masala

My latest snap of cravings for Indian food hit a couple weeks ago, and because I haven’t learned anything over my two stints in the East Village, we …

huevos rancheros

I wasn’t even going to mention this dish. I’ve got no expertise in the realm of Tex-Mex cooking and generally think it’s best left to those who know …

baked pasta with broccoli rabe and sausage

Guys, I am in the weeds this month. After a summer of lazy, a summer of two vacations and a husband (eh, unpaid assistant) always around, making life …

Foodily Blog

Foodily Blog

Easy Steak Tacos With Charred Corn and Sriracha Recipe

<b>Notes:</b> Skirt steak is an excellent cut for grilling and often comes in long strips, which you'll have to cut into slabs so that it fits in the pan. An equivalent weight of flank, flap, or hanger steak can be used in place of skirt steak.<p>Read the Whole Story<p>Ingredients1 1/2 teaspoons ground cumin1 …

Southwest Steak Salad

pink lemonade popsicles

[It’s the last chapter of <b>Popsicle Week</b>, wherein I admitted that I had something of a popsicle incident this summer, wherein incident = gotta a little …