Day: February 19, 2021

What Our Food Reporters and Editors Make When They’re Too Tired to Cook

If it’s your job to think about food all day, your enthusiasm for meal planning may have plummeted as the pandemic has worn on. Though members of the NYT Food team may occasionally be tired of cooking, they never tire of talking about cooking. These are the dishes that perennially sustain, nourish and even inspire them.

When the last thing in the world I want to do is cook, the best thing to do is order a pizza. When cooking is only the second-to-last thing in the world I want to do, it’s time for a grilled cheese sandwich or, lately, a kimchi grilled cheese sandwich. And if it’s not so much the cooking that’s got me down but the sheer physical and mental exhaustion of life in 2021, I just boil some water for pasta with brown butter and Parmesan, then don’t brown the butter because I’m

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19 Best Thai Recipes – How to Cook Thai Food

Thai Massaman Curry
(Half Baked Harvest)

If you’re bored of eating the same foods over and over, and want something a little more exciting with a bit more kick, Thai food is your answer. For me at least, I find that Thai cuisine and its spices—along with sweet, sour, and savory notes—always satisfy my hangry moment and cravings with a little more punch.

Related: 32 Best Dumpling Recipes

While you can of course order Thai food delivery, or go to a restaurant for your Thai food fix, you can also easily whip up a dish or two in your kitchen—and enjoy restaurant-quality noods in the comfort of your own home.

From Thai soup and noodle dishes such as Thai Drunken Noodles and Thai Red Curry Noodle Soup, to vegetarian dishes such as Thai Green Curry Tofu and Thai Sweet Chili Green Beans, to dishes for meat lovers such as Thai Style Sweet Chili

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