Love & Lemons Cooking Membership – March!

Be a part of the Love & Lemons Cooking Membership Problem this month! It is simple to enter, and one fortunate winner will obtain a prize. Discover all the main points beneath.





Our Cooking Membership is a enjoyable strategy to have fun the Love & Lemons neighborhood of readers. The idea is tremendous easy–every month, I select a recipe. You make it, and also you email me a photograph. On the finish of the month, I randomly choose one winner to obtain a prize.

I like the sense of neighborhood that comes from so many individuals cooking one recipe every month. We’re kicking off our March problem at present with our shakshuka recipe (p.s. there’s a vegan possibility listed beneath), and I hope you’ll be part of within the enjoyable. Right here’s the way it works:

Be a part of the Love & Lemons Cooking Membership

  1. Every month, I select one seasonal recipe. Join our electronic mail listing so that you’ll know as quickly as I share every month’s recipe.
  2. Make that recipe throughout the month.
  3. Ship an image of it to [email protected] by the top of the month. This time, the deadline is March 31! 
  4. For a bonus entry, depart a remark (embody your first and final title) on the problem recipe’s weblog put up after you submit your photograph.
  5. For an additional bonus entry, put up your photograph on Instagram, tagging @loveandlemons and #loveandlemonscookingclub.

The Prize: A $200 Entire Meals Present Card!

On the finish of the month, I’ll randomly choose a winner and put up the entire images. This time, we’re giving freely a $200 Entire Meals Present Card.


Shakshuka recipe


We might all use extra one-pan recipes in our lives, so this month, I’m introducing you to certainly one of my favorites: this shakshuka! Although shakshuka is historically eaten for breakfast in North Africa and the Center East, it could possibly simply go for dinner, too. When you’ve by no means tried it, it consists of eggs poached in a flavorful pink pepper and tomato sauce. I season mine with harissa for a kick of warmth (go for delicate harissa in the event you don’t like spice), and I stir in a handful of spinach for fairly flecks of inexperienced.  Prime all of it off with feta and avocado, and devour with pita or crusty bread!

To make this recipe vegan, skip the eggs, and simmer 1 1/2 cups chickpeas within the sauce as a substitute, including them to skillet similtaneously the tomatoes. Serve with drizzles of tahini sauce rather than the feta.

Take pleasure in!

Enter the March Problem

Wish to enter? Right here’s what you have to do:

  1. Make my shakshuka recipe someday in March.
  2. Ship an image of it to [email protected] by March 31.
  3. For a bonus entry, depart a touch upon the shakshuka weblog put up after you submit your photograph. (One photograph entry and one bonus entry per particular person – please depart your first and final title in your remark so I can match it to your photograph submission.)
  4. For an additional bonus entry, put up your photograph on Instagram, tagging @loveandlemons and #loveandlemonscookingclub.
  5. Join our electronic mail listing to search out out about subsequent month’s recipe!

I’ll randomly choose a winner and share all of your images in early April.

Final Month’s Recipe

Final month’s recipe was my basic tomato soup. It checks all my containers within the month of February: it’s straightforward to make, it’s creamy and comforting, AND the ingredient listing is essentially pantry objects (no particular grocery journey mandatory!). So a lot of you commented that you just liked that it was pantry-friendly too. I’m so glad!

I’m additionally glad that it looks like you’re keen on a grilled cheese sandwich together with your tomato soup as a lot as I do. ???? Plenty of grilled cheeses in these images:



































Congratulations to Engin (@engiinn), our winner!





To Recap

Enter the March Cooking Membership Problem by…

  1. Making my shakshuka recipe someday in March.
  2. Sending an image of it to [email protected] by March 31.
  3. Leaving a touch upon the shakshuka weblog put up for a bonus entry after you submit your photograph. (One photograph entry and one bonus entry per particular person – please depart your first and final title in your remark so I can match it to your photograph submission.)
  4. For an additional bonus entry, put up your photograph on Instagram, tagging @loveandlemons and #loveandlemonscookingclub.

Glad cooking!