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Recent articles by Grace:

Buffalo Chickpea Zucchini Boat Recipe (Easy & Vegetarian)

These fun zucchini boats are filled with tangy, spicy, buttery chickpeas — a perfect contrast to the sweet, mild squash. → Read More

Vegan Sheet Pan Sausage and Peppers Recipe

Stuff the mixture into hoagies for the most satisfying sandwich. → Read More

Caramelized Leek, Spinach, and Goat Cheese Tart Recipe

The buttery crust tastes just like a cheese straw. → Read More

The Ultimate Dinner Party Vegetarian Main: Baked Risotto with White Beans, Herbs, and Lemon

While most risottos are weighed down with cheese, this plant-based one is fresh and vibrant, with a crunchy panko topping. → Read More

Halloumi Salad with Peaches, Cherries, and Arugula Recipe

This jam-packed summer salad combines juicy peaches and cherries with peppery arugula, creamy avocado, crunchy pistachios, and crispy cubes of halloumi cheese. → Read More

Lemony Ricotta Pasta with Roasted Asparagus and Burst Tomatoes

The lemony ricotta sauce is 100 percent irresistible. → Read More

The Supremely Satisfying One-Pot Orzo That Never Lets Me Down

It looks like risotto, tastes like mac and cheese, and is ready in 20 minutes. → Read More

Vegetarian Stuffed Pepper Skillet

This deconstructed stuffed pepper skillet is ready in half the time. It's packed with beans, rice, fire-roasted tomatoes, and plenty of spices, then topped off with melty cheese. → Read More

I Tried Martha Stewart's Stacked Eggplant Parmesan

An in-depth review of Martha's twist on eggplant Parmesan, which is assembled on a baking sheet and comes together quickly. → Read More

I Tried Ina Garten's Baked Cod with Garlic & Herb Ritz Crumbs

Described as her "perfect weeknight recipe," Ina's baked cod is quick to pull together and relies mostly on pantry staples. Here's my in-depth review. → Read More

Vegetarian Italian Chopped Salad

This make-ahead friendly salad is packed with crunchy veggies and tossed in a garlicky oregano vinaigrette. Eat as-is or serve alongside pizza. → Read More

Skillet Lasagna Roll-Ups with Kale Pesto

This reimagined take on lasagna roll-ups boasts crispier edges and a fun new look. Starting with a store-bought sauce lets you focus your efforts on a nutty homemade pesto. → Read More

I Tried Ina Garten’s Cheesy Potato Gratin (It’s One of Her Thanksgiving Favorites)

A thorough review of Ina's cheesy potato gratin, which is part of her "micro" Thanksgiving menu. → Read More

Roasted Tomato Soup with Cheesy Crouton Topper

This oven-roasted tomato soup is topped with homemade croutons and cheese, then broiled until the bread is extra crispy and the cheese is melted. → Read More

You’re Using Pie Weights All Wrong. Here’s How to Really Do It.

Pie expert and cookbook author Erin McDowell shares her tip for better par-baked pie crusts. → Read More

I Tried Ina Garten’s Trick for the Crispiest, Creamiest Hash Browns and They’re as Good as Promised

An in-depth review of Ina Garten's new hash browns recipe, which she claims to be the easiest and most delicious. Plus, a few tricks for making them at home. → Read More

I Tried the Nana’s Devil’s Food Cake Reddit Is Obsessed With (It Honestly Blew Me Away)

An honest review of the easy chocolate cake that's been taking the r/Old_Recipes subreddit by storm. → Read More

As a Vegetarian, I Thought the Slow Cooker Wasn’t for Me. These 6 Recipes Changed My Mind.

From a cheesy squash casserole to a protein-packed bolognese, these recipes prove why a slow cooker deserves a place in every vegetarian cook's kitchen. → Read More

One-Pot Lemon Shrimp Pasta

This one-pot pasta, made with protein-packed shrimp, creamy white beans, and nutrient-dense kale, is a complete meal all-in-one. → Read More

Why Everyone Needs Cheesecloth in Their Kitchen (Even If You Never Make Cheese)

There are many uses for cheesecloth beyond cheese, from straining coldbrew to dusting powdered sugar. Here are a few of my favorites. → Read More