Well, everyone, I’ve eaten a lot of cookies in the last few weeks, and I’ve had a good time doing it. But now I’m cruising into 2024 ready for food that’s lighter on the butter but still brimming with flavor.
Maybe you’re in the same boat? If so, this week’s recipes are for you: five fast and fresh ways to reboot your cooking for the new year, or at least through the end of resolution season. (Speaking of: If your resolutions include eating more vegetables, we’ve got a lot of dinner recipes for you and a whole newsletter dedicated to veggies.)
Reach out to me anytime with requests or suggestions. I’m [email protected], and I love to hear from you. Happy new year!
Credit…Ryan Liebe for The New York Times. Food Stylist: Barrett Washburne. Prop Stylist: Paige Hicks.
1. Stir-Fried Shrimp With Snow Peas and Ginger
This is the simple, fresh stir-fry you need for the new year. It comes from the award-winning cookbook author Grace Young, an expert on wok cooking, so it feels a little heretical — though true — to say that if you don’t have a wok, you can make this recipe in a large skillet. (If you fall in love with it, get yourself a wok! It’s an excellent, truly versatile pan.)
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