Hi, we’re Robin Donovan and Juliana Gallin, aka Two Lazy Gourmets. We blog about super simple recipes for surprisingly delicious foods. Join us as we explore new cuisines, unusual ingredients, intriguing flavors, and unfamiliar cooking methods, breaking them all down so that you can easily replicate our recipes in your own home kitchen.
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I’m a sucker for a good gadget, or, well, let’s be honest, any gadget (that’s what “sucker” means, right?) When I got my first slow cooker, it was no doubt thanks to some marketing lackey’s storyboard fiction: Place random boring … Continue reading
Do you live or work in San Francisco? Do you love wine? Our friends at Rewinery are offering a super deal for our San Francisco readers: $15 off your first Rewinery order. We tried it ourselves recently, and found it … Continue reading
Every year around this time I start thinking about the perfect gourmet homemade food gifts I’m going to craft with love and care, wrap with Martha Stewart-like flair, and distribute to friends and family who will marvel at my elegance … Continue reading
So you’re a food-lover with some vacation days to burn, and you’ve decided to visit San Francisco. Good choice. You’ve probably already compiled a nice long list of famous five-star restaurants that you can’t wait to try. But what else … Continue reading
Here on Two Lazy Gourmets, we talk a lot about how easy it is to cook simple yet surprisingly delicious dishes, but here’s a secret: sometimes being a Lazy Gourmet means not cooking at all. And no, I don’t mean … Continue reading
I love soup. I love its great variety, its generally healthy ingredients (the occasional heavy cream excepted), and how beautifully it holds up in the freezer. I love how calm I feel when I cook a huge pot of soup … Continue reading
Ever since Juliana posted about the clean and easy pomegranate-seeding method she discovered, I’ve been keeping my eye out for recipes that use those precious little sweet-tart jewels—recipes I might have dismissed out of hand before I learned this magical … Continue reading
My three-year-old niece does not have typical toddler tastes. Sure, she loves sweets, and she probably wouldn’t turn down a chicken nugget, but she’s also got a ferocious fancy for the briney, vinegary, and tart. She guzzles capers, cornichons, olives, … Continue reading