Lamb Fesenjan: Pomegranate Stew

I have been taking the cooking class of my culinary dreams, and the first few weeks focused exclusively on different kinds of meat. One of the dishes we made on lamb night was this wonderful pomegranate lamb stew, and its flavors were so unique that I had to make it at home. Lamb has a very specific flavor- almost floral to my palate, and honestly, I don’t like it. But I know that this stew is objectively fabulous. The pomegranate … Continue reading

Golden Pot Pies with Pancetta and Veggie Stew

This take on a pot pie is as delicious as it is beautiful. I want to eat it every single day! And I would too, if it didn’t take so long to make. If you’re game for putting in some effort, you will be handsomely rewarded with a flavorful, comfortable, and impressive meal. The golden, crisp, and slightly tangy crust envelops a thick stew that is heavily studded with pancetta, white beans, and swiss chard. Cozy heaven, get me a … Continue reading

Crisped Cous Cous with Roasted Shrimp and Veggies

During these dark winter nights, I get really sleepy and don’t feel like cooking a big meal. But because it’s cold outside, I still want to eat something warm and comforting with a lot of flavor. I frequently turn to simple meals like this one- meals that use ingredients I tend to have in my kitchen and require minimal effort. To make this cous cous, preheat your oven to 400ºF, and begin preparing your vegetables. For 3-4 servings, cut 1/2 … Continue reading