Fried Rice

Fried rice is one of the world’s most popular rice dishes and a superb way to use up leftovers. We stick to the classic Chinese-American recipe of crispy rice mixed with chopped vegetables, scrambled eggs, and a variety of seasonings.

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Pesto Pasta

Pesto is a wonderful Italian sauce traditionally consisting of basil, garlic, olive oil, pine nuts, salt, and hard cheese all blended together. Prepared with garden-fresh basil and tossed with angel hair pasta is our favorite way to enjoy it.

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General Tso’s Tofu

Every Saturday evening, our family sits down together to savor this delicious Asian dish. Even the one meat-eater enjoys the crispy marinated tofu served over fluffy jasmine rice and drizzled with an addictive sesame sauce that there never seems to be enough of.

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Spätzle

German “little sparrows” are uniquely-shaped egg noodles with a chewy dumpling-like texture. Simple ingredients of eggs, flour, and milk create a tasty and adaptable dish that you can make your own with the addition of fresh herbs, spices, proteins, and vegetables.

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Chow Mein

Chow mein, meaning “stir-fried noodles,” is created by pairing crispy vegetables and a luscious soy-inspired sauce with a protein source, in our case tofu. It’s another delicious Asian dish that’s easy to prepare at home and enjoyed by the whole family on a regular basis.

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Matzah Ball Soup

Matzah balls are boiled dumplings used in traditional Jewish matzah ball soup during Passover when unleavened bread is required. Inspired by the German knödel, matzah balls are light and fluffy and served in a broth with vegetables and fresh herbs.

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Stir Fry

This colorful weeknight meal of sliced and sautéed vegetables served over a bed of fluffy rice is so simple and satisfying. An Asian-inspired sauce drizzled over top completes the dish.

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Vegetarian Meatloaf

Katherine grew up eating her mother’s homemade meatloaf with ketchup smeared on top. Fast forward to becoming a vegetarian as an adult, and it was Nana Elinor who made this vegetarian version that captures the same delicious taste and childhood nostalgia.

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