Preheat the oven to 425’F and line a large baking sheet with foil. Stick the pan in the oven while the oven preheats. Toss the cauliflower with the olive oil, salt and pepper. Carefully remove the pan from the oven. Spread the cauliflower out evenly on the baking sheet and roast for 30-35 minutes in the oven, stirring once halfway through cooking time. Drizzle with tahini and garnish with parsley and pine nuts.

Ultimate Roasted Cauliflower

The cauliflower craze is still going strong and I’m happily enjoying it! Ricing cauliflower has been a pretty big deal lately, but I’m a big fan of roasting big, beautiful florets of it. That caramelization just can’t be beat. And I’m pretty sure you’re going to love my version, lovingly called, “Ultimate Roasted Cauliflower.” Why? Well, read on!

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Why not jazz your chicken tortilla soup up with some delicious chiles? Right now, I'm all about incorporating amazingly flavorful dried chiles into my dishes. This soup doesn't disappoint! @cookinRD | sarahaasrdn.com

Chile Chicken Tortilla Soup

In my world, it’s always soup season. Yes, I know that many of you limit your soup to fall and winter, and I think that’s great. But, to me, soup is a year-round food. And call me crazy, but I love a good, spicy soup in the heat of summer! That’s when I like to bust out a big pot of this Chile Chicken Tortilla Soup!

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There's carrot cake and then there's RAINBOW CARROT BUNDT CAKE. Pretty sure you're going to love this delicious bundt version of a classic! @cookinRD | sarahaasrdn.com

Rainbow Carrot Bundt Cake

Every Easter I always try to make some delicious dessert. It usually involves coconut, because, I for some reason, associate that with spring and Easter. This year I considered another coconut confection, but decided to break tradition and test out carrot cake. But not a layered carrot cake, I wanted a CARROT BUNDT CAKE!

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Ponzu is a condiment you didn't know you need. But you do! Enjoy it mixed with soy sauce and use it to add tons of flavor to your salad, noodles or poke bowl! @cookinRD | sarahaasrdn.com

Make Your Own Ponzu

Look in your fridge. Go ahead. I’ll be here. Do you have ponzu in there? No? Well, don’t worry! I’ve got you covered. This delicious sauce is something that’s easy to make and one that you’ll use in so many different ways.

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A big salute to my final Top Chef Instagram Stories Series. I make a Joe Flamm-inspired torta della nonna! Get the recipe for this yummy dessert now! @cookinRD | sarahaasrdn.com

Top Chef Torta Della Nonna

Annnnnd, that’s a wrap folks! Yep, I aired my final “What Was That?” episode last week on my Instagram Stories. Did you miss it? That’s just not okay (insert crying emoji face), but luckily for you, they’re all still there! And luckily for you, the last episode was a good one. All about a little cake called Torta Della Nonna!

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A good old brownie is good, but a Rocky Road Brownie is even better! Learn how to make them! @cookinRD | sarahaasrdn.com

Rocky Road Brownies

If someone asked me what my favorite dessert is, I would not hesitate one bit with my answer. I would 100% say it’s a brownie. If you’re a chocolate lover like me, it’s pretty hard to top a really awesome brownie. Something about that chocolatey-chewy goodness makes me so incredibly happy. And while I love a solid, traditional brownie, I also love any twist on the classic. So yeah, how about a Rocky Road Brownie? Yep, that sounds good.

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Now that you’ve mastered dashi, it’s time to make Homemade Miso Soup. Who needs carryout when you can make it yourself? @cookinRD | sarahaasrdn.com

Homemade Miso Soup

You made all of that dashi (see this post!), right? Now you need to know how to make miso soup! And luckily for you, I’ve got a recipe. Yep, I’m hooking you up with a SUPER EASY recipe for one of your favorite broth-y soups!

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This delicious Japanese broth is bursting with umami and makes the perfect base for my Homemade Miso Soup! Try your hand at making dashi today! @cookinRD | sarahaasrdn.com

Deliciously Easy Dashi

Have you ever wondered why that miso soup from your favorite sushi restaurant tastes so good? It because they use an amazing, flavorful broth to create it! Have you ever heard of dashi? Well now you have, and now you’ve got the intel you need to make delicious miso soup at home!

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America’s Test Kitchen does it again! I’m in love with their Ancho Orange Pork. So much so, that I’ve re-created it as a slow cooker recipe! ! @cookinRD | sarahaasrdn.com

Slow Cooker Ancho Orange Pork

Do you love to cook? Well, me too. But sometimes, I want someone else to do the work, know what I mean? That’s why I give my slow cooker a big hug everyday. Ok, maybe not EVERY day. And maybe I don’t exactly hug it. But man, I do appreciate it! So if I see an opportunity to use it, I do. And I saw one when I scored my free copy of Sunday Suppers from America’s Test Kitchen! Ancho Orange Pork, anyone?

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Craving an excellent blueberry muffin? Well, then you’ll love these delightful muffins made with big blueberry flavor! @cookinRD | sarahaasrdn.co

Favorite Blueberry Muffins

I have some great food memories from my childhood. One of my favorites is the memory of the smell of blueberry muffins baking. That smell would wake me up from my night of solid (the only kind a kid gets) slumber. And as if in a trance, I would end up in the kitchen (how did I get here?) and slide into my seat at the kitchen island. Next, my mom (as if in a perfectly synchronized muffin dance) would gracefully place one of those magical muffins in front of me, directly under my nose, still warm from the oven. Was I still dreaming? Who cared? Not me! I’ve been on a mission ever since to recreate this blueberry muffin memory.

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