En papillote (literally “in parchment”) is a classic technique in which fish and other ingredients are steamed in the oven inside a parchment packet. Though the method originated in France, it can be used to highlight the flavors of just about any cuisine. Below you’ll find two recipes inspired by Mexican and Thai cooking. Try […] Read more »
Eat: Dinner Ideas
When’s the last time you enjoyed a corn dog? If you’re like us, it’s been a few years. Maybe even a decade? We had forgotten about our love for this portable snack, lunch, and/or dinner, but now it is back in full force. After testing this recipe, we all agreed that we should to be eating far more of them. And not just at fall fairs. Read more »
Memorial Day Weekend calls for sunshine with a 100% chance of burgers, so we’ve rounded up some of our favorites to give you a head start with recipe planning. Whether you’re vegetarian, pescatarian, an adventurous eater or far from it, we’ve got something you’ll enjoy between a bun. Read more »
In this new series, we’re sharing recipes perfect for those busier weekends when you want to both enjoy the outdoors AND entertain with a delicious meal (with minimal prep.) Stay tuned for monthly recipes perfect for your weekend lifestyle: only 5 ingredients, 20 minutes of active cooking time, and 6 or more servings. First up, we’re cooking North Carolina-Style Pulled Pork. Read more »
Spring is here, and it finally feels like it! To celebrate the brighter weather, we’ve rounded up our picks for the best quick, colorful salads for the warmer seasons. These five salads follow the weather as it gets warmer and warmer, featuring ingredients that are harvested between now and the end of the summer (TOMATO SEASON!) Yes, we’re already daydreaming about our favorite varieties… Read more »
We’ve already talked about the brilliance of breakfast for dinner, the way the easy morning meal turns a weeknight (especially one without a Blue Apron delivery!) into an opportunity to eat homemade food, even if it’s just French toast. We also saw how breakfasts from around the world have transformed into American dinner staples and looked at what happens when you put an egg on it.
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With summer about to come to a close (though not officially: we’ve got more warm days and ripe tomatoes in our near future), we bet you’re aching to give your grill a last run. But maybe you’ve worn out your affection for hot dogs, and you’re ready for a grilled dinner that’s a little more creative.
In that case, skip re-supplying your hot dog great Blue Apron meals that translate beautifully to the BBQ–and tips about how to make the jump from indoor to outdoor kitchen.
Here are 5 great Blue Apron meals that translate beautifully to the BBQ–and tips about how to make the jump from indoor to outdoor kitchen. Read more »
Come July 4th–and all the summer weekends that follow–the grill takes center stage, and all omnivores’ thoughts turn to meat. That leaves the vegetarians alone to contemplate the dying embers and wonder why the smoke wafting up always smells like burgers but never of zucchini. No more! Here are 11 ways to throw individual vegetables and entire vegetarian meals on the grill.
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