Remember my new marinara sauce recipe from earlier this week? I just had to share one of my go-to quick meals to go with it.
Meet the marinara recipe of my dreams! I’ve always been intimidated by marinara, maybe because I love it so much that I was afraid of messing it up.
I’m pretty particular about my waffles. I want light, whole grain, crisp-on-the-outside, fluffy-on-the-inside, Belgian-with-deep-pockets, quintessential WAFFLES.
I have never been so excited about roasted broccoli. This is a big statement, coming from such a broccoli fan!
What took me so long to make almond butter? I just enjoyed homemade almond butter on toast for breakfast, and I must say—it’s far superior to store-bought almond butter.
Can you believe it? We made it to March. I’m planning picnics in the park and can’t wait to bust my favorite jackets out of the closet.
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These easy breakfast burritos are total lifesavers. You can make them for a nice weekend brunch, of course.
Soggy hash browns have no business on my plate. Crispy or bust! I’ve always associated hash browns with classic diner fare, and left them there.
Take my word for it: You need to make this salad. How about tonight? And then again for friends this weekend?
We’ve enjoyed a few sunny days here in Kansas City, but I know frigid temps are around the corner again.
Here it is! Some sweet mamas have been asking me how to turn my naturally-sweetened banana bread into a cake for their little ones’ birthdays.
I’m late to the cauliflower rice party. I was skeptical. How could blitzed raw cauliflower, warmed in a skillet, taste anywhere near as satisfying as fluffy, steaming rice?
It’s about time. I teased this recipe in my post on how to cook spaghetti squash (the best way), and I’ve been holding it hostage the past few days.
Let’s talk about spaghetti squash for a minute. I’ve been working on a new spaghetti squash recipe (coming Friday), and I noticed that there are quite a few different ways that people suggest cooking spaghetti squash.
Happy Super Bowl Sunday to you, happy snack day to me, and happy birthday to Sonja of A Couple Cooks!
I’m about ready to fast-forward to warm spring days and patio happy hours. Who’s with me? Fortunately, we have lots of fresh and cheerful seasonal recipes to carry us through winter.
A little birdie named Google told me that the Super Bowl is coming up. I don’t know who’s playing, but I do know what I’m bringing to the party—this bright, colorful, super fresh, seafood-free ceviche.
As promised! Here’s the first salad made with my new salad dressing obsession. It’s colorful, nutrient-rich and full of fresh flavor.
Let’s rewind to my trip to Costa Rica last month with my grandmother. It was the last day on our group trip, and we arrived at Sibu for our final dinner together.