Sarah shows how to make her easy-as-can-be bread (the fridge does most of the work developing the flavor and texture overnight) and chocolate bark that's studded with dried fruits and smoked almonds. Both are packable and perfect for picnics or hikes.
Schnitzel is a popular dinner in Sarah’s household -- everyone gobbles it up, including her picky son. She demos how to make her version, which leans on Parmesan in the breading for extra crunch and flavor.
A hearty breakfast fuels up everyone in Sarah’s home, and that’s where these pancakes come in. Made with almond flour for added protein, they’re still light and fluffy. She pairs them with a lightly caffeinated tea that's perfect for kiddos.
Scoop up some pre-made dough from your local pizzeria, then go all out with Sarah and make your own pizza sauce and creamy homemade ricotta with fennel. You’ll be surprised by how easy it is!
Molasses and cider give Sarah’s deeply burnished pretzels tons of flavor. She shows off a quick trick to shape them and how to make a five-minute dipping sauce.
Although this breakfast treat is loaded with tiny bits of bittersweet chocolate, it’s also full of nutritious oats, millet, nuts and seeds. Sarah lets everyone in her family choose their favorite nourishing toppings.
Cook along with Sarah as she shows several ways to turn apples into delicious treats, including a forgiving skillet pie that’s made with rye flour for a crunchy, nutty finish.
Sarah throws back to her husband’s Hungarian roots and makes a big batch of goulash with a vegetarian twist for the non-meat eaters in her family. And what's a better way to round out the alfresco meal than with gourmet homemade s'mores?