This salad is so simple yet flavorful and is making an appearance at all my gatherings and potluck this season because everyone loves it and it goes deliciously with everything. WIN. Firstly, let’s talk about the kale. Do you massage your kale? I’ve talked about my love for it on the blog before… and really […]
Looking at this soup reminds me of everything I love about fall. The rich colors, tastes and warm toasty feelings you get when you’re snuggled up with a good bowl of soup. This butternut squash soup is extra special because I put some pear and ginger which gives it a whole new depth of flavor […]
Pumpkin season is in full force and what better way to celebrate than with PIE! Sara over at Cake Over Steak is having a #virtualpumpkinparty and I’m bringing some simple pumpkin pie which is free of: gluten, grains, dairy and refined sugar! If you can tolerate coconut flour – this is my go-to coconut flour pie […]
This easy and delicious recipe is a play on this Gigantes recipe I posted last year, only this time using buttery cannelloni beans and kale. It’s a MUST on a chilly day and a perfect Sunday project to have leftovers for all week. Why is it anything with tomato sauce tastes even better as it […]
Pumpkin season. How do you feel about it? It’s on blast everywhere as always this time of year! The illustrious PSL (pumpkin spice latte) is always in my face everywhere I go it seems, but… confession: I never liked it. GASP! Well, I don’t… too sweet and perhaps too much of a good thing all […]
Fall is sneaking in the air as of late, it’s still warm out, but in the morning you can definitely get a sneak peak of what’s coming. I’d like to say this makes me whip out my roasted vegetable recipes as if they’d been hibernating over the summer, but honestly… I never stop roasting vegetables. […]
Who remembers those frozen raviolis with ricotta you’d buy at an Italian Deli?
Hot soup on a chilly day – YES. Not to mention, the holiday season is kicking in, so eating a nice nourishing bowl of soup, nay BISQUE
As Thanksgiving approaches, I’m testing out new and revisiting past recipes for Thanksgiving 2.0 as I’m calling it in my mind.
Historically, I have never liked beets. This is not the first time I’ve had to come clean about this on the blog… but this is the first time I can honestly say… I think I have overcome my beet-phobia.