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Let's Stay In: More than 120 Recipes to Nourish the People You Love by Ashley Rodriguez

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  • Oat and yogurt pancakes

    • Cooks0308 on December 06, 2018

      These were horrible and a complete waste of ingredients. My kids hated them (even with chocolate chips) and I did too! I had to throw them out.

  • Roasted potato and cauliflower burrito

    • puddlemere on January 16, 2019

      Decent, but nothing spectacular. The filling itself is perfectly fine, but the real flavor comes from the burrito sauce and corn salsa.

  • Burrito sauce

    • puddlemere on January 16, 2019

      The best part of the burrito recipe this goes with, in my opinion. Would probably be good in any burrito/taco/etc.

  • Chorizo mac and cheese

    • lizbot2000 on December 06, 2018

      Wow! This was DELICIOUS. And crazy rich, so it really needs a salad or bitterish veg side. We made ours with some roasted broccoli and Brussels sprouts with balsamic, and we used soyrizo instead of chorizo. It turned out really, really excellent. I feel like the texture of the soyrizo was probably better than if we'd used real sausage, because it just sort of melted into the sauce.

  • Thai iced tea semifreddo

    • lizbot2000 on October 15, 2018

      This is outrageously good, appealed to both adventurous and extremely not adventurous eaters, and was easy to make. I'm always on the lookout for things flavored like Thai iced tea, and this is the only one I've ever had that really nailed the taste. The tea syrup is to die for, and I'm mulling over how best to put it into a cocktail.

  • Tart cherry brownies with cardamom cream cheese

    • lizbot2000 on October 21, 2018

      These were really, really delicious. I loved the chewy cherries and the cream cheese swirls. They were a big hit with the family, too.

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  • ISBN 10 0762490578
  • ISBN 13 9780762490578
  • Published Oct 09 2018
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 288
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Running Press Adult

Publishers Text

A Cozy Take on Meals Will Have You Stoking the Home Fires!

Author Ashley Rodriguez has focused her career on teaching people the importance of a good meal at home, first with Date Night In, a relationship cookbook that brought the romance back to home-cooked meals at home. For her next book, she's turning the focus outward. Let's Stay In is all about effortless hospitality, meaningful family meals, and an appreciation for the magic of meals shared with others. Families, neighbors, friends, and loved ones will find a different kind of love around the table together, connecting over memorable meals. The recipes walk you through every meal of the day with delicious breakfasts, easy lunches, inviting dinners, and Ashley's signature incredible desserts:

  • Breakfasts of Red Lentil and Chickpea Stew with Poached Eggs, Breakfast BLTs, and Spiced Raisin Scones
  • Midday meals of Zucchini, Gruyere & Basil Quesadillas, Ricotta, Speck and Plum Salsa Tartine, and Ivy's Split Pea Soup
  • Table-groaning dinners of Steak Tacos with Radish and Pickled Onions, Oven Baked Risotto with Squash and Rosemary Candied Walnuts, and Grilled Leg of Lamb with Green Sauce
  • Sweets and drinks like Blood Orange Poppy Seed Upside Down Cake, Guava Coconut Punch, The Easiest Pear Tart, and Cardamom Cream Soda
Ashley is a natural teacher, and the recipes flow off the page as effortlessly as the conversation at a great meal. She practices what she preaches, too, making time to bring her busy family and loved ones together for meals as often as possible. Staying in can become an easy habit to adapt, helping to center each person at an inviting table. It's the easiest kind of aspirational cooking and gathering, helping home cooks of any level to say "let's stay in!"

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