Welcome. I’m Julia and I founded Savory Tooth in 2015. I cook for myself and my husband, who goes by the moniker Mr. Savory Tooth around these parts. We’re currently situated in Boston, Massachusetts, but we’re originally from the West Coast.
Savory Tooth is a food blog dedicated to one pot dishes. This is because:
(1) I am lazy and don’t want to wrangle more than one cooking vessel for a given meal.
(2) Mr. Savory Tooth is lazy and doesn’t want to wash more than one cooking vessel for a given meal.
I optimize my recipes for busy people who don’t have time to cook complicated dishes. These one pot meals are ideal because they are simple and convenient.
All recipes are cooked in just one piece of cookware — for example, a pot, a pan, or baking dish. This also includes specialty cookware such as slow cookers and multi-function pressure cookers (Instant Pot). If it can be made in just one cooking vessel then we are good to go.
NEW AROUND HERE?
If you’re new to Savory Tooth, check out five of my favorite recipes. It has a mix of everything:
- butternut squash risotto
- artichoke spinach dip
- slow cooker cranberry apple cider
- instant pot chicken tikka masala
- beef stroganoff
You’ll also want to join my private Facebook community, where we gather around and talk about all things food and cooking.
NOT YOUR FIRST TIME HERE?
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My cooking is influenced by:
Travels and restaurants. I’ve lived all over the US, spending years living on the East Coast, Midwest, West Coast, and a stint in Hawaii, as well as time spent on international trips.
Background and upbringing. I’m of Asian and Polynesian (Pacific Islander) ancestry, and growing up I ate a lot of ethnic food as my parents often cooked traditional Asian dishes.
Gardening and seasonal ingredients. My dishes often contain vegetables from my garden such as ripe jalapeños and freshly harvested herbs. I am also inspired by seasonal produce at the market.
My e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Feel free to contact me if you would like to work together, have a question about a recipe, or anything else. I love hearing from my readers.
Recipes: I do not allow my recipes to be republished anywhere else without my permission.
Photos: You may publish one photo from any blog post on another website as long as: (1) you link back to my original recipe post, and (2) it is not used in any commercial content.
If you want to use my photos or content in another way, please send me an email.