Pumpkin Parmesan Ravioli

I must apologize to my pumpkin-heads; I have waited far too long to tell you about pumpkin ravioli. I generally find ravioli to be a huge pain to make, but it is so delicious that cravings drive me to devote an afternoon to it here and there. As far as ravioli fillings go, pumpkin is one of the easiest– and the most seasonal. Here, it’s silky smooth, laced with parmesan cheese, and delicately encased inside of fresh, paper-thin pasta. If … Continue reading

Squash Coconut Curry to the Third Power

This curry tastes fantastic, but its texture makes it really unique. The curry contains three types of squash that I would never normally put together- butternut squash, zucchini, and…cucumber! I know it sounds crazy to eat cucumber in a hot dish, but once the cucumber warms up and cooks down, it’s nearly unrecognizable. It transforms into a melty binder that holds the rest of the vegetables together, making them easy to scoop up with a piece of naan. You’ll want … Continue reading

Dutch Apple Cider Pancake

With 35 pounds of apples sitting in the refrigerator, apples must be eaten for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Starting the day with this apple pancake is wonderful because it’s delicious, impressive looking, and I’ve engineered the cooking process to be as efficient as possible. The extra-large pancake is baked in a skillet, which makes the simple batter puffy, rumpled, crispy around the edges, and golden brown. The pancake encases meltingly soft apples, and the whole thing is drizzled with a … Continue reading