Sarah Copeland braises a big piece of pork shoulder until it's magically moist and tender, then prepares taco fixings to serve with it. Dinner: done.
What's a simple but stunning way to elevate tomatoes? Toss them with toasted, smashed cumin and coriander seeds. For lunch, Sarah Copeland spoons the mixture over thick slices of bread and drizzles the toast with olive oil and honey.
Meet the cookie recipe that Sarah Copeland, a busy mama, turns to again and again. She demonstrates how to dump and stir the ingredients into one bowl, shape the cookies and use a food stylist's trick to stud the tops with extra melty chocolate.
Learn how to grill up a juicy skirt steak (hint: the trick is using more salt than you think) and make a speedy chimichurri sauce to go with it. This way, you can do as Sarah Copeland does and spend less time cooking and more time with your loved ones.
Surprise! Sarah Copeland puts quinoa in her waffles to make them more nourishing -- and her two kids don't even taste it. Follow along to learn how to make waffles that are crispy on the outside and tender and moist on the inside.
What's the one thing Sarah Copeland always has in her fridge? A jar of green sauce for spooning over fried eggs or toast and smearing onto plates with any protein. She shows how to make it in a matter of minutes with any ingredients you have on hand.