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NYT Cooking: The word “sage” is derived from the Latin word salvia, which means “safe, whole, healthy.” In ancient times, sage was viewed as a medical cure-all, at once a diuretic, an antiseptic and a tonic for digestive disorders, liver trouble and headaches

NYT Cooking: The word “sage” is derived from the Latin word salvia, which means “safe, whole, healthy.” In ancient times, sage was viewed as a medical cure-all, at once a diuretic, an antiseptic and a tonic for digestive disorders, liver trouble and headaches

NYT Cooking: Traditional accompaniments for jerk chicken are savory rice with crowder peas or red beans, plantains, sweet potatoes or yams, and a fried corn bread called festival. I had the idea to make my rice with coconut milk and fresh spring peas, which may not please purists, but it's delicious.

NYT Cooking: Traditional accompaniments for jerk chicken are savory rice with crowder peas or red beans, plantains, sweet potatoes or yams, and a fried corn bread called festival. I had the idea to make my rice with coconut milk and fresh spring peas, which may not please purists, but it's delicious.

NYT Cooking: Chop the greens super-fine to achieve the prettiest color. Use whatever looks best in the market (spinach and chard are brightest when it comes to color), or you can use bagged baby spinach. You only need 1/2 cup of chopped greens, but you could use twice that amount.

NYT Cooking: Chop the greens super-fine to achieve the prettiest color. Use whatever looks best in the market (spinach and chard are brightest when it comes to color), or you can use bagged baby spinach. You only need 1/2 cup of chopped greens, but you could use twice that amount.

Pot-in-Pot Recipe: Lemon Butter Chicken and Jasmine pilaf rice

Pot-in-Pot Recipe: Lemon Butter Chicken and Jasmine pilaf rice

Note: Affiliate links are included in this post My husband loves Chinese food, and I think when I was dating him, he had Chinese food every night. While I like Chinese food too, it’s not too good for the waistline or the pocket book. So, I started to experiment with how to make Instant Pot…   [read more]

Note: Affiliate links are included in this post My husband loves Chinese food, and I think when I was dating him, he had Chinese food every night. While I like Chinese food too, it’s not too good for the waistline or the pocket book. So, I started to experiment with how to make Instant Pot… [read more]

NYT Cooking: This is a simple layered casserole with three elements: roasted zucchini, a really good homemade tomato sauce and Parmesan. Roasting, rather than frying the zucchini, allows you to cut down on olive oil and time.

NYT Cooking: This is a simple layered casserole with three elements: roasted zucchini, a really good homemade tomato sauce and Parmesan. Roasting, rather than frying the zucchini, allows you to cut down on olive oil and time.

NYT Cooking: This recipe is an adaptation of one found in Jamie Oliver's book, “Jamie’s Italy.” It's a healthier version than the traditional Italian-American juggernaut

NYT Cooking: This recipe is an adaptation of one found in Jamie Oliver's book, “Jamie’s Italy.” It's a healthier version than the traditional Italian-American juggernaut

Instant Pot Bruschetta Chicken

Instant Pot Bruschetta Chicken

Cut the carbs from your diet with this classic dish with a twist!

Cut the carbs from your diet with this classic dish with a twist!

Pressure Cooker Chicken Faux Pho

Pressure Cooker Chicken Faux Pho