This sage-roasted pumpkin and kale salad is the embodiment of fall and a unique spin on the classic flavors of the holiday season.
Raise your hand if you also have a zucchini plant that you're barely keeping up with. ????????♀️ It's a good problem to have but can be overwhelming. More than once a zucchini has someone hid from me during my morning garden harvesting and before I know it I've got an almost-too-big zucchini on my hands. … Continue reading SIMPLE ZUCCHINI SOUP RECIPE
This simple recipe is big on flavor with roasted Japanese eggplant, creamy hummus, and an herby chimichurri sauce.
This grapefruit and avocado salad kind of reminds me of the type of salad I’d order while out to brunch with friends. The kind of brunch where we all decide to order something different and share because everything looks too delicious. Eaten on a sunny patio with a mimosa or two. Though I might just … Continue reading GRAPEFRUIT AND AVOCADO SALAD
I’m a sucker for tapas. Give me several small, shareable plates of delicious food over one full meal any damn day. Patatas bravas is probably one of the most popular and well-known tapas dishes out there, and for good reason. I mean, who can resist fried potatoes and an incredibly flavorful sauce? Patatas bravas was … Continue reading SWEET POTATO BRAVAS TACOS
This salad is another recipe that was inspired by my reading through The Complete Mediterranean Cookbook. I came across a beet and citrus salad and thought “Hey! I have beets and citrus!” Then I realized I didn’t have any arugula. Or blood oranges, ricotta salata cheese, or sherry vinegar. But this is why I love … Continue reading BEET AND CITRUS SALAD WITH LABNEH
There is almost always a big jar of homemade granola in my cupboard. One of my go-to easy breakfasts is fruit and yogurt, so having some lightly-sweetened granola on hand is essential. My standard recipe includes oats but this time I wanted to give a grain-free version a try. That way, I can add some … Continue reading GRAIN-FREE MAPLE CINNAMON GRANOLA
One of my favorite ways to roast vegetables is to toss them in some balsamic vinegar. The balsamic gives a kick of flavor and a subtle sweetness that I think really elevates the veggies. That’s what I did with the cauliflower quinoa salad. Cauliflower really lends itself to added flavors and roasting in a balsamic … Continue reading CAULIFLOWER QUINOA SALAD
One of my favorite weekend activities is brunch. During the week I tend to only have time for quicker dishes like oatmeal or yogurt and granola. But on weekends, I like to slow down and make a really satisfying dish like these winter breakfast hash bowls. I’m definitely a sucker for bowl food and these … Continue reading WINTER BREAKFAST HASH BOWLS
I have a mild obsession with delicata squash. I’ve never been a huge fan of the squashes but a couple years ago I found a recipe that really piqued my interest so I gave it a try. And, um, turns out delicata squash is delicious? Like, really really good all roasted up and slightly crispy. … Continue reading DELICATA SQUASH GRAIN SALAD WITH BLACK RICE