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  • I liked being able to use some fresh cilantro from my garden for this (stir fry with lime, peanut sauce) recipe, and although I was hesitant, the sriracha you included in this dish added a nice, non-overpowering kick. Everyone here loved it for lunch ��.

  • I have made the spinach-mushroom-chickpea-coconut curry about five times already and it is amazing! I have tried some variations that maybe someone could like so I will leave them here:
    -if coconut cream is too expensive or hard to find then you can just use water, it is not creamy but it ends up like a very rich and delicious bean soup.
    -You can also use tortola beans (I think they are aslo called white beans) and it works just fine too.
    -Once I didn´t have tomatoes so I used homemade tomato sauce and it also worked perfectly.
    -Actually I never have cherry tomatoes so I always use the regular ones haha.
    -This might sound weird but leftover curry with pasta is reaaaaally good haha.
    There you go, hope someone can bennefit from this!

  • Tried this taco recipe tonight and OMG!! Sooo bomb, you’re right it’s totally the taco meat I didn’t know I needed in my life ���� 10/10 ����

  • You just saved my evening dinner, I invited some friends and I didn’t have much energy left to prepare something complicated! I tried the first recipe and it was so easy to do, tasty, and filling. I brought the leftovers for lunch at the office the day after and yes, both warm and cold are super delicious!

  • Everything perfect…and I love your videos, your voice etc! Could you….please…talk a little bit slower? That would keep the non English people up..to..date with you….! Thank you! I heardly can read or hear that fast….

  • Is it only me that Jen and Ben feels like family. Started with clothescounter, long distance relationship, jen doing wonders with her work, Ben moved in and started new career, shift to new house, Eggie, got married, broke her teeth, got a new one, I could so many ����

  • Everyone here talking about what an amazing chef he is, but here i am just confused why he mashed the avocado on the cutting board and then putting it in a bowl instead of just mashing it in the bowl in the first place.

    All jokes aside tho, the food looks amazing!

  • Hi Sadia. I notice that a couple of your videos have peanut butter as an ingredient. Do you make peanut butter by yourself? Could you make a video about it or share with us your fav peanut butter recipe please? ��

  • This was really good for me to watch because I am a health and weight loss vlogger. Healthy meals can cost! I wanna be save my money but eat better lol

  • ending was so cute to see Jenn join in for the meal! impressed with Ben’s cooking and presentation. I think I can listen to Ben talk all daaaaaaay.

  • I know someone said to heat the tortillas on a skillet. If you guys have a pancake griddle they are also awesome for that. It works for flour tortillas too. It gives them a smoeky flavor too

  • first time I tried sriracha sauce and it was a winner, as was the delicious recipe of yours (first one in the vid). So thanks for a great meal! Definitely going to taste more of your recipes..

  • loved the video, please make more of the cooking ones! also, now I need this cookbook in my life and it’s out of stock everywhere ��

  • Can we replace Balsamic Vinegar with Apple Cider Vinegar or white Vinegar? And how long the dressing can be stored in refrigerator if stored separately?

  • Hello:) is it possible, that you tell me the brand or the name of the knive you are using most of the time? Looks like Japanes:-) greetings from Germany and thanks in advance… Have a nice day

  • Do you have a video on portion sizes? I am trying to go vegan, and after seeing on of your other videos I can say, I used to be a binge eater. ��

  • Thanks for the recipes, Sara Lynn! Not sure which one to try first!! But I do love tacos so that will probably be the one. Your daughter looks so much like you. She is adorable!! ��

  • Honestly your presentation skills, cooking, the cutlery are all so awesome. The way you put the food on the table makes it too neat to eat!!

  • never eaten an entire bag of shaved brussel sprouts IN MY LIFE…..until last night when I made those looool I added some sriracha and grated parm and it was AMAZING!!!

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  • I love your Videos Jessica, some time try replacing sugar with dark brown or light brown sugar for white. It adds even more flavor in all kinds of recipes.

  • breakfast: muesli!!��
    snack: rice ccake, peanut butter and banana
    lunch: ham and cheese sandwich or soup
    dinner: couscous, pesto, chicken and salad ❤❤

  • I love how realistic this is! I hate when all the youtubers make these super healthy expensive meals that take forever! I love tara for keeping it real!��

  • I love your videos! Do you personally use a vegetable mandolin? I am not too bad with my kitchen knife, but I always wonder if I could save time with a mandolin. What are your thoughts?:)

  • Your videos are fantastic. Good job on presentation. Good recipes Sadia. But your most of your ingredients are frozen,
    From jars, cans, packaged sauces and processed ingredients like ready made tacos, tortilla. All your recipes start with pre prepared ingredients. And the carbon foot print from sourcing materials from
    Various regions. Not environment friendly
    Food has to be locally sourced and prepared from scratch to be healthy.
    Yours is vegan but not very healthy.

  • Sadia tonight I made the peanut-noodles, although none of my family is vegan, we all enjoyed it. You and your recipes are awsome. Thank you ♥️

  • Spicing things up in the kitchen! This time it’s Ben turn to showcase 3 recipes he loves to have for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Big relief that he didn’t chop off any fingers this round. 😉 Which recipe would you try?

  • Jess a tip fir the corn tortillas, heat up a small amount of canola oil/or whatever you like to use fir frying….about a 1/2inch in pan, when its simmering place your shell in it and cook on each side for approximately 20 to 30 seconds…a little longer if you like, my hubby likes them cooked 45seconds, after place on a paper towel lined plate, ill lay like 3 on one piece of paper towel spread out, then put another paper towel on top, and do 3 more shells, then another paper towel…ETCETERA…till your done with the amount you want to cook…i them place a paper towel on top…it kinda soaks up the extra oil…this method is the only method I use for my soft Tacos, it heats the corn, they are pliable but less likely to fall apart so quickly, they might still split, especially if you over stuff them but hey grab a fork and eat the rest after your shelled taco is gone…you might have tried already but thought I would share…the corn tortilla just has a more robust flavor this way.

  • We made your tacos for Cinco de Mayo/Taco Tuesday and you’re so right! Even better than regular tacos! Even my son (who tends to be a picky eater) said this is way better. Thank you for sharing.

  • How much pasta? The blog says 6 oz. was that supposed to say 16 oz? I want to make this but that will not be enough for my family!

  • Ben, how long have you been vegetarian?

    Why did you decide to become one and why not full on vegan?

    When you became vegetarian did you do it gradually or just decided there and then?

    I’m genuinely curious! What about you Jenn? Sorry I can’t remember if you (Jenn) are vegetarian as well..

  • I enjoyed watching you cooking and eating!!!!! You makes me want to cook a delicious food:)) Thank youuuu!! Plz take care of your finger��

  • Didn’t Ben injure his arm last year, too? Anyway, I can listen to him talk ALL day!! Lol. His accent combined with his essy breezy demeanor makes him a joy to watch and listen to!!������

  • Omg was it like a tiny bit of flesh or like a huge chunk of thumb �� but man Ben is slaying the cooking and the way he makes jokes so nonchalantly makes it all the more hilarious!

  • I’m excited to try these out! I don’t cook unless it’s simple and these are different, but something I feel like I can actually do. �� Thanks for sharing!

  • You do love a bell pepper! hahah
    Noticed it since I’ve been watching your videos everyday for a week already… Love your channel! And currently transitioning to a healthier diet… Thanks to you and Gaz Oakley.:)

  • my meals today:
    breakfast: greek yoghurt and oats
    snack: a bazillion kinder buenos
    lunch: smiley fries
    dinner: potatoes with herbs and grana padano
    waiting for my death

  • I love you babe. I love the other dishes you made. I was so excited for part 2. I made your chili from the last video and it was a hit at my house! I can’t wait to make these Brussel sprouts!��

  • Video idea would love to see you do an eating or shopping from Black owned businesses or something to support BLM and the Black community since a lot of the support and attention from white people and the media has died down now unfortunately

  • Is this overeating?

    Breakfast: cheesy chips
    Lunch: cup noodles
    Dinner: chicken curry and veggie curry
    Snacks I had: 2 protein bars, a kitkat bar, a bowl of raspberries, a cookie

  • Meals today: Breakfast-Mac and cheese with sautéed zucchini, lunch: ordered Pizza and Dinner: sautéed spiral zucchini with mushrooms and pesto sauce ✨����

  • Breakfast: coffee & peanut butter oatmeal. lunch: black bean crunchy tacos with some lettuce n tomatoes and melon for dessert Dinner: not sure yet what I’ll have yet ��

  • All the three recipes looks really delicious �� i will try making them one at a time and i hope they will turn out like yours �� btw i looove zucchini please do more recipes with it and thank you �� your daughter is so adorable ��❤❤❤

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  • My breakfast: Oatmeal with raisins, brown sugar, cinnamon, half and half. Turkey sausage with a teensy bit maple syrup. Starbucks Pike Place roast ( brewed at home).

  • Breakfast: toast with creamy avocado spread with seasoning and sliced tomato disks with a lil soy sauce drizzle and sesame seeds topping
    Lunch: sour cream salad
    Cherry tomatoes
    Sliced cucumber
    Red onion
    Spring mix leaves
    Avocado
    Sour cream dressing
    Salt, pepper, bagel seasoning, and sesame seeds
    Dinner: chick pea soup with toast with Snapple drink
    I hope this gives you inspiration for food ideas p.s. love the video

  • I always love your cooking videos!! I’d love to see you try to recreate your favorite dishes you always get when you order in or go out to eat in LA! could be a fun quarantine activity:)

  • If you get the chance you should try the white cheddar mac and cheese from Trader Joe’s. It’s cheesy creamy and phenomenal for box mac and cheese

  • Loving the simple, relaxing, chill vibes in this video Tara!! I had leftover blueberry pancakes from the other day for breakfast, a salad with leftover homemade pizza (veggie) with a side salad, and for dinner I’m going to have a sweet potato, chickpeas, and some veggies. And of course I will have a small slice of the vanilla cake w chocolate frosting and sprinkles I made the other day;) usually I eat healthier whoops������

  • HELLO GUYS! i just found out that drinking from a straw too much can lead to premature wrinkles around that area!! so be careful lol

  • I just made the stir fry Friday, with a few changes. I loooved it, and my husband was crazy for it and asked for me to make it more often. I did 3/4 of the bag and some of a bag of broccoli slaw. To start, I sauteed multicolored bell peppers and shallots over high heat in a wok then added 5 or 6 cloves of garlic, and some fresh ginger and dried Thai peppers before adding the meat and salt. I then used Bragg’s liquid aminos and sesame oil. This dish was wonderful!
    This week, I used fish sauce and sesame oil and added in thawed frozen corn and peas, adding these veggies and the broccoli slaw later to keep some crunch. Soooo good! Thank you!!

  • What I had
    Breakfast: a fruit bowl and the match latte it was really good definitely recommend
    Lunch: Mac and cheese with some juice
    Snack: otter pops
    Dinner: pasta

  • Breakfast: oatmeal with granola, peanut butter, and banana Lunch: burrito bowl with grilled chicken, rice, corn, lettuce, tomato, and sour cream Dinner: spaghetti

  • What was it you used to top the dish you made earlier in the summer with mozzarella balls, avocado, and I think tomato?? Was it balsamic glaze???

  • I love to put canned tuna in my mac in cheese. And if you’re looking to add more veggies my aunt used to add peas so it was kind of like a casserole. Such a comfort food for me.

  • These are exactly what I need! I hate super complicated recipes, with hard to find ingredients, and I NEED it to be quick!! I bought the skillet and the chopper on your recommendation! I’ve been looking for a good deep skillet but thats not too pricey. You also reminded me to buy glass straws, so thank you for that! I wanted to buy the cookbook, but right now its more expensive than the skillet, so I put it in my shoptagr and hopefully will find it soon! Thanks Jessica!

  • Tomato paste has a bitter taste to it, if u want to use it in cooking u have to add it to hot oil and fry for a few minutes to get rid of the bitter taste ����‍♀️i absolutely hate seeing people just throw it on top of food

  • My meals:
    Breakfast: Scrambled eggs with diced bell peppers & onion with salsa on top
    Lunch: Tortellini’s with broccoli, cauliflower & diced onions in alfredo sauce
    Dinner: Cheese & refried bean quesadilla with corn and tomatoes inside and salsa and sour cream on top mmm

  • (8.30)Breakfast: 2 slices of toast with cream cheese, slices of cheese, tomato, cucumber, spring onions and of course a caramel latte.
    (10.00)Snack: apple half with peanut butter and half with cinnamon.
    (12.30)Lunch: rice with veggies (champignon, broccoli, carrot, beans) and a sweet soy sauce.
    (3.00)Snack #2: a handful of raisins and a handful of cashews.
    (5.00)Snack #3: proteïne shake
    (7.30 ish)Dinner: cauliflower rice with teriyaki salmon
    (10/11 ish)Snack #4: 2 ricecakes, 1 with some Nutella and 1 with nutbutter������������

  • There’s a better way to do the corn tortillas so they don’t fall apart. The way you heated them up is making them like that. I buy that exact brand, I brush a little oil on both sides and then cook them in a pan.

  • Breakfast: sausage, egg, and cheese mcgriddle with a large sprite (I woke up hungover)
    Lunch: light snack of pretzel chips and hummas
    Dinner: pepperoni pizza

  • I love you all so much! I was weirdly nervous to put out this video, since I’m just trying out some new content on my channel. I appreciate the love & support of me trying something new!:)
    ALSO! I ended up typing up printable PDF recipes for each of these! They are linked in the info box!:)

  • I’d toss in broccoli instead of spinach I think that would be so freaking yummy, I am totally making this tomorrow the Mac n cheese, and Jess for us regular folk our lids all look like that lol.

  • Just did pasta number two It didn’t have much taste maybe i needed to add more garlic ect. so I added other ingredients �� thanks for the recipe

  • Thank you for the recipes! Tried the chickpea one today with the original rotel and it definitely hit the spicy pregnancy craving!! Will definitely be making this again super easy! Thank you ��

  • I’m sorry Jessica, I love you but I don’t watch vlogs. This video however 10 out of 10. I’d love it if you made cooking videos more often. Once or twice a month to not overwhelm you LOL Thank you

  • If you heat tortillas up on a pan (a comal if you have one lol) they do better with not breaking apart. It’ll take a minute more but they hold it up so much better than if you heat them up in the microwave

  • Also definitely trying this tomorrow!! I keep buying chickpeas bc I want to get into them but never knew what to do with them but I am so excited!!! Also love eggs, I aspire to this level of runniness��

  • So I just tried the chickpea curry egg concoction. SO GOOD! And still healthy. Win-Win!! This will for sure be part of my meal rotation from now on. Keeps these recipe ideas coming please!

  • Not sure if anyone has commented this yet but, try cooking the corn tortillas in a pan! Just a little oil, and heat them up in the pan just to get them hot. It saves the corn tortillas from breaking! it’s just as quick as the microwave and taste even more delicious:)

  • The chickpea skillet and the tacos have become absolute favorites!! I literally have been eating the chickpea skillet about 2x a week since you posted this. Lol.
    Can’t get enough of it..Still need to try the Mac and cheese, I’m sure it’s awesome too.
    Also, bought the cookbook and it’s a winner! Thanks for sharing all the great recipes and tips!

  • The Chickpea Skillet,… we loved it. we have always liked chick peas but not curry. This dish converted me. I can see how it could be addictive. It was quick, economical, easy to clean and delicious!!!! Thank you for sharing the discovery.

  • Breakfast: white joghurt, fruit and nuts
    Lunch: 2 toast slices with cheese
    Snack: fruit and cheesecake
    Dinner: its too early for dinner

  • Im a professional chef in St.Augustine Florida and its always interesting to me to watch regular people cook at home. Sesame oil is definitely an essential if you enjoy eating and cooking asian inspired food. In your taco recipe instead of starting with olive oil in your pan to ground the meet you can go straight in with the sesame oil. Adds a lot of flavor and i personally think it helps cook the flavor into the meat.

  • Try topping avocado toast with some arugula lightly coated with Trader Joe’s garlic olive oil and a dash of sea salt. I also use this on sandwiches and avocado halves that I marinate in lime juice with salt and pepper, pizza you name it!

  • The only thing I wish is if they had those packages of the salad mix to be organic most of those you find in the stores that are pre-package are all GMO veggies so they’re not really great for your body at all

  • whoaaaa there I tried that taco recipe after I saw it here + saw Leighanne recreate it, too… (sub turkey and just threw in whatever veggies I had)… OMGosh… so so so good! I can see why y’all love making it around your house. Oh mannn… I ended up texting 4 different people what I made and highly recommended it to them as well. So tasty! Thanks for the quick tip!

  • Throw the corn tortillas on the stove or in a pan and they won’t break! Reason they’re breaking is cause they get cold and it’ll crumble since you didn’t give them a quick cook on the stove ������������

  • Thank you so much for all the work you put into this. I’m dying to try the chickpea & egg one. And I’m really hungry now, although if just had dinner. ����

  • Finally got around to the Sesame Tacos for tonight! Soooooo good! For anyone interested in the actual Hello Fresh recipe it is also very very good. We like pickled vegetables on tacos and we eat shredded cabbage regularly, so we were interested in the original recipe that inspired Jessica’s. Thank you!

  • Love all of yours and Tyler’s recent videos, you’re the one Youtube family I still enjoy watching (and I think it’s because you’re still real people ❤️) and Omgosh compelled to comment cause how wonderful is Gigi during the adult Mac and Cheese recipe in the background! Taking her phone calls, very important girl on the move! �� So adorable!

  • Hello!! Just want to say for anyone else who has problems with the corn tortillas breaking… reason is because you are not heating them up correctly…. don’t heat them up in the microwave… get another pan and put it on the stove heat them up… that’s the best way… Mexican food expert right here

  • u should try smoothie bowls!! basically just a thicker smoothie (I use various nut butters for thickness) with some granola and berries on top 10/10 recommend

  • I made the taco meat with ground chicken and OMG it’s soooo dang good! I will probably never go back to regular taco meat ever again. Loved this video, thanks!

  • Hon, I know this is something most people do not think of, but when you cook, can you Please turn all your handles around toward the back of the stove? With Gigi in the kitchen when you are cooking, she could grab a handle and tip the contents onto herself. I had a girlfriend, when she was a little girl, her mom cooked with handles facing out, she grabbed one on a pan which had boiling water in it, she got 3rd degree burns (actually burned down to the bone in some areas), and spent months in the hospital, to this day she is scarred. Don’t want to scare you, but it is a good habit to get into, turning the handles back.
    I;m trying the tortillas and the chicken cheese dish…Looks amazing!..Thanks!

  • I just wondered whether you have any recipes for people who are suffering from Allergy issues. I love to cook but, would really like some healthy but, quick recipes to try.

  • OMG the grown up mac and cheese, looks soo good. My favourite part is when you put the chicken in the pan and your dog just pokes his head and then gig comes around the corner; everybody’s hanging out near you, seeing what you are doing.:)

  • THANK YOU for the printable PDF’s! So handy to just print and go….and they are SO professional-looking…hmmmmmaybe a cookbook could be a new venture in the future?:) I would love it if the other recipes on Tyler’s blog could also be easily printed.

  • oh wow jenn, definitely let ben do some more solo stuff on your channel (or even his own). he’s such a natural talker, super charismatic and his accent/voice is easy to listen to. loved seeing him in his video

  • Holy Cannoli we made the Asian tacos and they blew us away! Then I made the sauce again for stirfry/lomein and it’s my favorite new recipe! Thanks ya’ll!!!

  • I loved this video so much. I’ve learned so many great recipes from you & Tyler and having a video with multiple recipes in it has been helpful. I find myself trying to go back and remember what video you made a recipe in. I’d love to see more of these videos with multiple recipes.

  • Thank you for your very helpful and delicious vegan recipes. Quinoa upsets my stomach, even though I rinse it before cooking it. Do you have any feedback on how to better prepare quinoa to avoid stomach pain? Thank you so much! ��☘️

  • Just made your black bean taco mix & I love it. Delicious, spicy & so easy to put together. Five thumbs up �� �� �� �� �� I created a Mexican salad bowl.

  • My meals today:
    breakfast: toasts with butter and jam + green tea
    snack: cottage cheese with cocoa powder and honey
    lunch: sandwiches with butter, ham, tomato sauce and shredded cheese on the top I sometimes heat them up in the oven so the cheese melts nicely
    dinner: spaghetti alla carbonara

    If you’re reading this I wish you have an amazing day <3

  • Loved this, please make more meal videos. How awesome that you added printable recipes, thank you cause I know that’s way extra work for you. Jessica if you can find Homestyle Corn Tortillas they are a bit thicker and will not break in half or fall apart like normal ones. That last meal look soooo good but I don’t like eggs like that, hubby does, I’m a scrambled or hard boiled egg gal.����

  • Just made your peanut veggie noodle stir-fry and it was delicious! I used whole wheat pasta since that was all I had and I love it! Your recipes never disappoint:)

  • We made the mushroom spinach curry and it was out of this world ��
    I added bamboo shoots, white pepper, and lots of kosher salt. It’s one of our favorite dishes now! If you like your veggies softer, cover the pot while it cooks. Also, take it off the heat and let all the flavors come together before diving in for at least 5 minutes.

  • I can’t wait to make these! I’m vegetarian/semi-vegan so I will put my twist on them. I feel bad saying this bc I’m semi vegan but Damn those tacos looked good. ❤

  • Sesame oil is great in any Asian dish. Once you have it, you tend to,use it in a bunch of stuff. Good in salad dressing too, but you don’t need much.
    B

  • I am so excited to try this taco recipe I have all the ingredients, surprisingly lol I was watching this at midnight and got hungry so now I’m making quesadilla. Haha please keep doing these short recipes I have a 7 month old and always feel like I never have time to try new recipes, because they take too long. I loved it!

  • I just finished eating these tacos and Jessica you are not wrong!!! These tacos are soooooooo amazing!!! I may never make standard tacos ever again.

  • It blows my mind the idea of making Mac and cheese without making a rue first lol I make Mac and cheese a bunch, I loveeee it. You should add some dried parsley into it, I alwaysssss do when I make it, just adds a little something something

  • Hey Sadia! Love these recipes! I know I’ve asked in another video but what brand is the frying pan you’re using in this video? It’s beautiful. Thank you!!

  • Love your grocery hauls. I live in PA, we’re a little archaic here Aldi can’t sell wine �� Also, in the larger chain grocery stores I always see those little sponge cakes in the produce section beside the strawberries.
    Your little Gigi melts my heart, when she pointed and said “oh”, that immediately became the highlight of this video ❤

  • Highly recommend you trying a rose matcha latte! I’ve been using rose water extract (around 1/2 a teaspoon) and it’s sooo delicious

  • Broo you could have added some tofu or something on that rice because that’s basically only carbs. I can’t believe how you didn’t eat anything else until dinner.

  • i thought about commenting about how much parmesan cheese they must have stored at the buzzfeed hq, but then i remembered i consume even more parmesan cheese lol

  • This is the best pasta recipe I have ever tried, especially the garlic and oil one, I didn’t really like pasta because most of the time the pasta that I eat are too cheesy (I don’t like cheese)…
    Thank you

  • Рецепт N1.
    Ингредиенты на 4 порции:
    соль по вкусу,
    ½ фунта спагетти (225 г),
    2 столовые ложки оливкового масла,
    2 столовые ложки несоленого масла,
    2 чайные ложки черного молотого перца,
    4 унции тертого сыра пармезан (115 г) или сыр пекорино романо

    Рецепт N2:
    Ингредиенты на 4 порции:
    соль по вкусу,
    ½ фунта лингвини (225 г),
    2 столовые ложки оливкового масла,
    2 зубчика чеснока, тонко нарезанного,
    ½ чайной ложки красных хлопьев чили,
    2 чайные ложки сушеного орегано,
    1 столовая ложка каперсов,
    ½ стакана оливкового каламата (75 г),
    2 столовые ложки томатной пасты,
    14 унций нарезанных кубиками помидоров (395 г),
    1 банка 5 унций тунца (140 г).

    Рецепт N3:
    Ингредиенты на 4 порции:
    соль по вкусу,
    ½ фунта спагетти (225 г),
    3 столовые ложки оливкового масла,
    4 зубчика чеснока, нарезанного пластинками,
    1 чайная ложка красных хлопьев чили,
    2 столовые ложки свежей петрушки, мелко нарезанной, по желанию.

    Рецепт N4:
    Ингредиенты на 4 порции:
    соль по вкусу,
    2 столовые ложки оливкового масла,
    ½ среднего лука, мелко нарезанного кубиками,
    ½ чайной ложки красных хлопьев чили,
    1 зубчик чеснока, рубленого,
    14 унций измельченного помидора (395 г),
    Макароны пенне ½ фунта (225 г)

  • I didn’t know where to put this… request? I’ve been binge watching your videos. I love them AND I was wondering if you could film more of the ones where you cook? I love your videos where you share your recipes! Is that weird? LOL, I don’t know, but those have got to be my favorite ones. I just really enjoy watching you and your sweet family hanging out, how you and your husband take turns to cook dinner and watching you interact with Gigi. It’s just my warm and fuzzy space I guess. Thanks!!!

  • I love your videos but can you please not scrape your teeth on the fork when you take a bite? Or just do music over when you taste test?

  • Watching this at quarentine season trying to get family feed with one onion, spaghetti and garlic bread because people didn’t leave food for others or prices went too expensive in a high rate of unemployment
    Familia, espero les guste el espagueti sabor a cebolla✊����

  • Oh these look so good! Do you think I could swap sunbutter for the peanut butter? Thank you for sharing so many wonderful recipes with us:)

  • For your next rice veggie bowl I recommend a homemade peanut sauce w/ peanut butter, soy sauce, chili, garlic, touch of ginger, salt and sweetner to taste and water to thin it out. Mix veggies in sauce before putting on the rice. ��yum

  • Hey Morgan!! You should check out Shelby church because you guys have similar set ups and I would love for you guys to make a video together. ������

  • Hi Morgan! If you’re into chives, def try putting them into your scrambled eggs(salt, pepper, garlic powder ofc) and it goes perfectly w some steamed brown rice!!!!

  • That peanut lime sauce is one of my very favorite things! I ended up eating some of it right out the jar =D Looking forward to making this dish again next week, thank you!

  • Hi. All the recipes are very nice and healthy. Thanks for the vlog. I love takkos. My husband likes soup. I will to make both soon. Everyday I struggle to make dinner because I don’t know what to make everyday. But your channel help me a lot. And it’s healthy too. Thank you so much for the vlog. ❤️❤️❤️

  • So funny, almost every week (usually when I make a recipe that you and Tyler recommend) I casually mention your name to my boyfriend as if you were my friend, in real life of course. “Hey, Jessica said that we don’t NEED spinach if we don’t have it” hahah just thought that I should mention it. You really do feel like my friend, it’s odd I know. Please do more of these! I’m just now getting into cooking, although I’m 26. Yikes.

  • I love all of these ideas and how many of them are meatless:) Lol I was facetiming my best friend on Monday while I was unpacking my trader joe’s grociers. We were talking about how Morgan hadn’t posted a video recently and that we needed to try the soy chorizo. Here she is! Reading our minds! <3

  • Okay all of these recipes look amazing. For sure making all of them. Had 2 quick questions though: could you post the measurements/amounts for your smoothie? And also do you eat the skin on the salmon or peel it off?

  • This is SUCH a good idea, especially now. I don’t live alone but I know my mom has a hard time wanting to cook when it’s just for her so I’m definitely going to show her these for a lil inspo!

  • They actually make kale gnocchi at Trader Joes (similar to the cauliflower one) that would be amazing in the pesto for some added greens! Love your vids Morgan!

  • These all look really great. My husband is allergic to bell peppers though. �� is there something else you would recommend using in its place?

  • OH MY GOSH!!! I am going to try each and every one of these meals, they all look so delicious! Thank you for sharing them with us! ������������

  • Pro tip: add siracha to the soy sauce and honey sauce and then stick it in the microwave for 10 seconds to melt it all together and its incredible!!!

  • I’m looking forward to watching, I’ve been eating really repetitively during quarantine and the routine has gotten old!! I hope you’re doing well Morgan ��

  • Je suis toutes vous vidéo j’aime énormément le seul souci c’est que je ne comprends pas votre langue donc si vous pouviez essayer de sous-titré en français merci

  • I made the turkey stir fry tonight and it was so amazing! The spicy mayo was a perfect topper, I added a little honey to the mayo sriracha mix ��

  • Hi Jessica!! Thank you for this video I cook for my dad and brother often during quarantine so some meals like this are super easy for me to make! However I don’t really eat beef or anything like that, for your sesame tacos do you think turkey meat would be good to replace the beef? Or even ground chicken? I’m sorry if you answered this already I just wanted to know! I love your videos I’ve been following for so many years, I’d love to see more of these I trust your recipes!!

  • Have more suggestions for using tofu for meatless Monday’s? I’m trying to have my family stick to it, it’s going well so far but running low on ideas.

  • Hey Sadia quick question cooked food in bottle should be freezed or placed in chiller to eat for next few days Thanks heaps for replying ��

  • I think that ground turkey slaw is going to make its way into my meals at some point this week. Does it save well for leftovers? I’d love to do that for a work meal prep.

  • I cooked this lentil soup today for dinner! It was very easy to put together, switched some spices for the ones I had in my cupboard �� and the result was sooooo good! Really loved it! Thank you for this recipe!��

  • Watching your channel helps me and my mom with our diet, you’re amazing cook. Your body is so adorable. Thank you for sharing your amazing recipes

  • I’m not a big user of canned foods, but these are great time saving recipes even still. I have a toddler too, and ground turkey has become a major staple to cook every which way possible in my house too. I will be trying the first recipe this week! Thanks!

  • Awww your little girl is adorable. Such a cute happy face.
    Thanks for the recipes. I’ll be working on my menu for next week and definitely will make your curry soup. It sure looks good and will hit the spot on these freezing cold winter nights. Happy Valentines Day.

  • Omg we cook our taco meat with salsa too! No need for that taco mix! We brown our meat then sauté some garlic and onion then load it with salsa and a can of refried beans to make it fuller.

  • I loved this video so much and I love how you dedicate yourself fully to help others, I hope I grow up to be more like you! You are sooo kind spirited and beautiful �� Ps. Where is your black top from, I have been looking everywhere for one like it x

  • Hey, This beautiful lady (Youtuber of this Video Ofcourse) looks like Indian Lineage, Speaks like English and cooks in Italian way.. Dunno.. I may be wrong but I felt it so just posted..

  • Another 3 winners my favourite is the Curried Lentil Soup, although I think I would opt for cauliflower ’cause, while I like zucchini, my son wouldn’t eat it. ����

  • Yum! �� Thanks so much for quick, easy, healthy, one-pot meals! Always looking for simple recipes for my family of 5! Your little one is getting so big already! And even more adorable! �� God bless! �� �� �� ��‍�� ��

  • I have been loving making a healthy muffin, eggs or a bar for breakfast, a gf turkey sandwich for lunch and usually some sort of mexican inspired for dinner. I looove making sriracha honey turkey meatballs! You can find the recipe on pintrest and they are great for meal prep. A super easy hack is 90 second rice and put whatever protein you want on there with some veg and sauce super quick and easy meal. They also have quonia pouches as well 😉

  • I really enjoy how casual and user-friendly you made this video. You gave great suggestions on modifications and I found it so relaxing. Sometimes I think we get stuck on not having everything exactly right. It’s always nice to get new meal suggestions too. We often feel like we are just eating the same things all the time, but we really enjoy trying new things. I’m looking forward to trying the taco recipe!

  • The usual comments I get from people in the street, is It is too expensive to cook and they don’t have time. Food is investing in your health. Have some treats, but make most of your diet good. Keep up the healthy recipes!

  • For anyone looking for the cookbook Jess and Tyler are talking about here, Skillet Meals, there are a few copies on eBay for about $30

  • Your child is going to grow up so healthy and have such a good relationship with food. I hope many other folks flow suit! ��
    Also, thank you for appreciating zucchini!