6 Recipes From 2018 to Bookmark for the New Year
If you spent a lot of time in 2018 thinking “what should I make for dinner?!” you can spare yourself (some of) that bellyaching in 2019: We’ve compiled a half dozen recipes the very busy designer we work with rely on to feed themselves and their creativity.
Bekka Palmer of Closed Mondays turned a bowl o’ noodles into an opportunity to up her veggie intake and “started making these half pasta, half vegetable dishes” that are delicious and dead simple. Bonus: This recipe also lands you in leftover heaven.
A kid- and adult-pleaser? Enter the genius of Patty Kim of Semi Gloss, who knows how to get a delicious, Korean-inspired dumpling soup on the dinner table for her fam—and fast. Yes, please.
Nicole Rottler Harlow of Niett Metals makes this party-ready tart with ingredients fresh from her garden, but you can (and should!) whip it up with just about any produce you have on hand.
If soft, buttery, and flaky are food adjectives that make you drool, then Mollie Fitzpatrick of DittoHouse has the cookie recipe for you, and it even comes grandmother-approved.
Sure, you’ve tossed veggie skewers on a grill, but Anjali Purohit of Variously has an insanely delicious Hara Bhara Paneer Tikka recipe that will totally up your kebab game. Key ingredients include paneer cheese, bell peppers, and a spice powder you’ll want to put on everything.
Casey Perez, the designer behind Artifacts and a self-taught mixologist, knows that St. Germain and Luxardo cherries are the keys to taking your at home-cocktail game to the next level. Oh, and there’s tequila involved.