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Our Readers Share Their 10 Favorite Recipes from Julia Turshen's “Small Victories”
  1. Turkey Ricotta Meatballs. ...
  2. Creamed Corn. ...
  3. Potluck Quinoa. ...
  4. Berry and Buttermilk Cobbler. ...
  5. Olive Oil-Fried Eggs with Yogurt and Lemon. ...
  6. Julia's Caesar. ...
  7. Apple and Toasted Oat Muffins. ...
  8. Sour Cream Pancakes with Roasted Blueberries.
Jul 1, 2020

What is Julia Turshen cooking style?

New York Times bestselling cookbook author Julia Turshen returns with her first collection of recipes featuring a healthier take on the simple, satisfying comfort food for which she’s known. Julia Turshen has always been cooking. As a kid, she skipped the Easy-Bake Oven and went straight to the real thing.

What book does Julia Turshen use for lasagna?

This light and elegant lasagna comes from Julia Turshen’s lovely cookbook, Small Victories (Chronicle Books, 2016). This lasagna comes from Julia Turshen’s lovely cookbook, Small Victories: Recipes, Advice + Hundreds of Ideas for Home Cooking Triumphs (Chronicle Books, 2016).

How many recipes are in simply Julia?

In Simply Julia, readers will find 110 foolproof recipes for more nutritious takes on the simple, comforting meals Julia cooks most often.

Is Turshen good at being a human?

Turshen is definitely good at being a human, but these stories fall flat or don't seem related to the sections where they are placed (like she tells a story and then is like the conclusion: chicken). She mentions the pandemic a lot, which makes me nostalgic for my Allison Roman period.

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Simply Julia, by Julia Turshen, is full of healthy and comforting recipes that feel just right for spring. Here are four of our favourites, plus seven conversation prompts for when we're able to gather again

Simply Julia, by Julia Turshen, is full of healthy and comforting recipes that feel just right for spring. Here are four of our favourites, plus seven conversation prompts for when we're able to gather again.

White bean and pimentón dip

Made with ingredients I always have on hand, this dip is the thing I make when we have people coming around and I’ve forgotten to prepare something to have before the meal, or when I need a little snack in between lunch and dinner. It’s also totally vegan and gluten-free if that’s important to you.

Red lentil soup dip

Even though I wrote a whole cookbook about reinventing leftovers, called Now & Again, I often eat tons of stuff cold, straight out of the container. We all contain multitudes. Enter this dip, which is inspired by leftover red lentil soup that I mistook for hummus one day and stuck a carrot into and ate standing in front of my refrigerator.

Stewed chickpeas with peppers and zucchini

A late summer go-to during our volunteering shifts at Angel Food East, this light stew of chickpeas, peppers, and zucchini is the best way I know to use up a ton of summertime produce without a ton of effort.

Seven meaningful conversation prompts

Julia Turshen’s cookbook is peppered with ways to make your kitchen an easy, comfortable place to be. Sometimes, she says, the best thing about a meal isn’t the food.

About Julia

Julia Turshen is a New York Times bestselling cookbook author. Her latest cookbook, Simply Julia, a National Bestseller, is available wherever books are sold.

CLASSES

Sundays with Julia: Julia teaches live virtual cooking classes every Sunday afternoon at 2p EST. Classes are a great way to stave off the ‘Sunday scaries’ and join a community of home cooks who love to learn + laugh. Classes are like Julia’s cookbooks brought to life. Each class includes a PDF of recipes + a grocery list, plus a recording of class.

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Step-by-Step Instructions

Begin with the sauce. In a large bowl, crush the tomatoes with your hands.

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Julia Turshen's Lasagna

This light and elegant lasagna comes from Julia Turshen’s lovely cookbook, Small Victories (Chronicle Books, 2016).

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