Cherry tomato confit with garlic, shallots, and fresh herbs is the appetizer on repeat that I've made every single week of summer. With less than 5 minutes of prep time (YES, REALLY!), this dish cooks itself with practically no effort on your part and will become the star of your table. What is confit? Confit cooking is a French method of preserving food in which ingredients are cooked slowly, typically in their own fat. For instance,...
The crispiest grilled chicken wings I've ever made are cooked at 450 F for 25-30 minutes on a Traeger smoker. You'll never fry them again! My husband and I have been loving our Traeger smoker - loving. The best thing we've cooked up so far? For me, it's these crispy grilled chicken wings. The skin is earth shatteringly crispy. How to make crispy grilled chicken wingsCould you cook these low and slow on a smoker? Certainly....
10 minute muesli is made with natural oats, dried fruit, nuts and is made perfect by a splash of cold milk! Say hello to the adult version of cereal that is about to replace any and all boxed varieties in your life. It's a bold claim, but that's how strongly I believe in this recipe. this homemade muesli is easy, quick, packed with nutrients, and so crazy satisfying that you'll kick yourself for not making...
I am so excited to have a pecan pie recipe on my website. Finally! Last year I posted a pecan tart, and looking back at it now, I absolutely hate it. Mostly, I hate the photos. The colors, the styling, the editing. The tart itself was fine. (Isn't it funny how much we evolve and grow in one year?!) But this. This is the stuff of dreams. The best part? It's got both chocolate and bourbon. Because...
Whether I'd like to admit it or not, my life has been more chaotic than calm recently, and I am doing everything within my power to realign the stars and focus. Does anyone else feel this way after a vacation? You left with both feet on the ground, but upon returning you're balancing everything on one foot. How am I supposed to recover? Who has actual time after a vacation to spend relaxing or playing catch...
For the better part of a decade, my husband and I spent one long weekend each September on the Cape with his grandparents. At first it was just the four of us. We'd gorge on fried oysters and scallops, fresh lobster, and an abundance of seafood chowder. We'd spend mornings walking along the beach, Grammy telling us how coming here was like coming home. Watching her breathe in the salty ocean air, a huge smile...
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Hi! I'm Ari, photographer and recipe developer behind Well Seasoned. To learn more about me, click here!
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