The Southern husband and I love us some seafood in the summer. It’s light, it’s delicious, it’s good for us and in the case of this particular recipe, it involves cooking some tuna for exactly one minute per side. Yup. One minute. When you put this fact together with my favorite sesame noodle recipe (also super-fast) and a little lettuce – well, summer suppers don’t get too much better.
I have a bad, bad habit when it comes to sesame noodle recipes, which pretty much goes like this: I try every one I run across. The noodles, the peanut sauce, the sesame seeds, the slight kick of spiciness…there’s something about all of that that has me at hello, goodbye and everything in-between. As aRead More & Get the Recipe
I can’t remember the first time I discovered soba noodles, but once I did I kinda felt like I had won the food lottery. Soba noodles are made of buckwheat, and addition to being really, really tasty, they are actually pretty good for you, as far as pasta goes. And when you pair them withRead More & Get the Recipe
First of all, for those of you eager to get to the contest, you might as well scroll right down to the middle of this post and look at the cover of the gorgeous new cookbook by Ree Drummond, aka The Pioneer Woman. But before I get into the contest details, I would like toRead More & Get the Recipe