Day: August 13, 2021

Easy no-cook dishes for a dinner without the oven

There have been many times this summer when my youngest has come into the kitchen and asked, ‘What’s for dinner, Mum?’, and I’ve said, ‘I don’t know. I’m not making any.’ Times when it’s been so hot I don’t want to apply heat to a single food. Even though many turn to griddling in such weather, I can’t bear the idea of standing there, turning fillets of chicken thigh as they spit tiny droplets of fat and my brow gets damper.

When the temperature goes above 32C, I’m like a toddler who needs a nap: grumpy, out of sorts. I don’t even want to look for ingredients. When I can’t find exactly what I need in the deep recesses of the spice drawer (it’s badly designed – like a sarcophagus for ancient powders and flaking cinnamon sticks), I angrily push it shut and decide to have fruit, cold from

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You may remember Dara Yu as the 12-year-old with a red bow who made it all the way to the finale during Season 1 of “MasterChef Junior” back in 2014 — but seven years later, the gastronomic wunderkind is much more than that. Following her stint on the Food Network, Yu dove into the art of cooking even more deeply, honing her craft by working alongside the likes of Dominique Ansel, attending the Culinary Institute of America and setting up a food-focused YouTube channel. “Going into the show, cooking was a hobby. Coming out of the show, I knew it was going to be my career,” Yu tells Anna Rahmanan in this Voices in Food story, in which she also discusses the importance of social media within the kitchen, her time on “MasterChef Junior” and more.

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