Thanks to having a heat pump our house is dang chilly, and even with the fireplace going gang-busters, I’ve still found myself craving creamy, hearty, heavy, stick to your ribs foods.Read More
The whole ‘skillet’ method is a real life saver on those busy days when you need to eat, but aren’t feeling like a super prep intensive, fancy meal. And like I said earlier, it can be a great way to use up odds and ends in the fridge, freezer and pantry.Read More
I wasn’t shocked when she texted me from work a few nights ago, said she thought she was coming down with something, and could I please make her something to help her get over it quickly. Heh. My inner Kitchen Witch rejoiced. Of COURSE I could and would, I assured her.Read More
Honestly, nothing makes me happier on a sweltering summer day than opening the fridge and pulling a bowl of this salad out, scooping some out onto a pile of mixed baby lettuces, and maybe a couple of slices of ripe, local tomatoes, a little chopped avocado, and digging in. It’s the perfect meal, and I’ll eat it for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Don’t judge.Read More
If your weekends are anything like mine, Mondays need to be low-key and fuss-free. That’s the inspiration behind the recipe I’m sharing today. It involves a minimum of prep, fits in with a variety of eating styles (Keto, Mediterranean, Pescatarian, Primal), cooks up in less than an hour and tastes amazing. And it’s an easy way to get more brain-friendly fish into your diet.
There is really no RIGHT or WRONG in making your smoothie bowl, so please use the following recipe as a guide and embellish the heck out of it. Make it your own. This is just how I did it this one time. My bowls are hardly ever the same twice.Read More
I keep a pretty varied and well stocked spice rack, and that comes in really, really handy on nights like last night. With just a few basic ingredients and a handful of spices and herbs you can create a delicious meal in a very small amount of time.Read More