Cooking Simply

Your Style: The Purist

Clean and Simple is All You Need

 

 

The age-old wisdom to “simplify” can be a challenge in the kitchen, especially with so many multi-step, endless ingredient recipes being shared these days. Peace of mind can be found by knowing where your food comes from and that you are using the best, whole food ingredients in your dishes.

Mastering the art of simple cooking comes with the knowledge that high-quality meat only needs a touch of salt and pepper to make it otherworldly.

Check out the resources below to learn ways to simplify in the kitchen, pairing the freshest ingredients with proteins that are key to a balanced, healthy diet.

 

colorful veggies
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seared-scallops
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seared salmon with pineapple salsa
Sweet meets savory in this super-tasty seared salmon recipe. Ready in just under 30 minutes it's a perfect meal for Read more
roasted pork loin
A pork loin roast can be cooked in a low, medium, or high-heat oven until it hits 145°F. As in Read more
You only need a few ingredients and a few minutes to cook an amazing steak. Follow these simple directions and Read more
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steak tips on a plate with charred lemon halves
Many food experts use lemon to marinate or tenderize steak prior to cooking. While they're not wrong, you can also Read more
grilled veggies on a white tray
Give your vegetables a smoky char on the grill for an easy side dish with tangy aged balsamic vinegar. Grilled Read more
The key to seasoning meat? Salt and pepper. In this video, Chef Yankel explains the different types of these seasonings Read more
lemon pork chop recipe
With warmer weather upon us, sometimes the last thing we want is a stick-to-your-ribs, heavy meal. Soups and stews are Read more