When it comes to dinner making, it’s so easy to fall into lazy zone. You whap a bag of premade shortcuts from the freezer or throw on your flip flops and call it a day, heading out for a vat of fries or a hunk of grocery store sushi. It’s just so easy to go the easy route.
Except, of course, when it’s not. Turns out, real food is basically ready to eat. When you’ve got a prizewinning flavor combo, it doesn’t take a long list of ingredients (or a thousand hundred hours) to pull together a melt-your-face-off delish dish. And this combo, dear you’s, is totally prizewinning. .
End-of-summer zucchini, tangy heirloom tomatoes, a smidgen of parm (or if you’re totally vegan, a schprinkle of nutritional yeast). Bake it all until tender and golden, then top with basil if you’re feeling really cheffy.
A whole darned whole-food dinner (or side dish) made with just three easy ingredients? Yep. You’re dag-gummed cheffy, you clever thing you.
Make. Eat. Glow.