Here’s a recipe for a shaved brussels sprouts salad, that’s super easy to make, as well as low carb/keto and healthy. It’s surprisingly filling — the brussels sprouts are very hearty, and the addition of shaved parmesan, Castelvetrano olives, and toasted nuts really rounds out this shaved brussels sprouts salad recipe. Make it for dinner… Continue reading Healthy Shaved Brussels Sprouts Salad
Here’s a recipe for roasted garlic bread, made on a sourdough baguette. This recipe could just as easily be for French bread – the proportions work for any long baguette-shaped bread. Roasting garlic infuses a sweet, umami flavor into your garlic bread spread that adds so much depth of flavor! This is a perfect side… Continue reading Roasted Garlic Bread on Baguette
Here’s a recipe for a Mexican flavors-inspired watermelon salad. It has watermelon, radish, cotija, and lime in it — super refreshing for a summer dinner or picnic. The recipe is very scalable and can be made for as little as 2 hungry people and as many as you want.
Here’s a recipe for a rhubarb compote that is lower in sugar but maintains that delicious sweet-tart balance that rhubarb is known for. Using just water, rhubarb, and sugar or a sugar substitute, this rhubarb compote recipe is ready in about 20 minutes and is delicious with yogurt, ice cream, on toast, or as a… Continue reading Low Sugar Rhubarb Compote (Easy, Healthy, Keto)
This is a super simple side dish recipe. It’s grilled zucchini with ricotta, olive oil, vinegar, salt, and pepper. That’s it! Make this easy zucchini side dish when you’re looking for a low carb/keto side dish or when you have way too much zucchini at home.
Here’s a recipe for a salsa verde/green sauce that is the end all be all of green sauces. It’s herby, piquant, fresh, a little bit briny, and not too spicy. It will also last in your fridge for a long time – like 3 weeks – before it goes bad. Make this green sauce of… Continue reading The Best, Foolproof Chimichurri Recipe
Tart tatins are easier than they look! This is a recipe for a pear tart tatin, but it could just as easily be with apples or quince. A pear tart tatin is a French pastry in which pears are cooked upside down in caramel, topped with pastry dough, and then flipped before serving.
These braised baby new potatoes are tender, melt-in-your-mouth, dead-easy to make and versatile in so many ways. I love to make these braised baby new potatoes and serve as a side dish with chicken, or as part of a nicoise salad, with a fried egg on top, or on their own as a snack.
Since I pinpointed coffee as a trigger for my migraines, I have switched over to matcha as my morning wake-me-up beverage. However, getting an iced matcha latte at the coffee shop can cost up to $5 every day!!! Making iced matcha lattes is delicious, incredibly easy, and saves you money. Here’s a recipe for how… Continue reading A Homemade Iced Matcha Latte Recipe
The recipe for cheddar dinner rolls, made with beer, is so delicious. They’re soft, tender, cheesy, and the perfect side for any meal. Yielding 12 rolls, this dinner roll recipe is so easy and perfect for your autumn baking. If you’re looking for a recipe for homemade dinner rolls that is easy and has not… Continue reading Cheesy Cheddar Pull-Apart Dinner Rolls
This recipe for plum jam has no pectin and very little sugar. It’s also a small batch of jam, and requires no special equipment. It just uses one weird trick! Using only six or seven plums, a bit of powdered sugar, you can make this plum jam in no time. This is a looser-set jam… Continue reading Plum Jam – Easy Recipe with No Pectin
Here’s a recipe for fried zucchini blossoms, stuffed with brie cheese. You fry the zucchini blossoms in a light beer batter and either simply serve them with a little bit of flaky salt. This appetizer recipe is very elegant and fancy with extremely minimal effort.
This recipe is less of a recipe and really more of a formula for a summery fruit salad. You take mozzarella — buffalo, burrata or ciliegine all work great — and combine with your favorite stone fruit — apricot, plum, peach, or nectarine — and top with sweet herbs — mint, tarragon, or basil —… Continue reading Upgraded Peach Caprese Salad for Summer
This recipe for a honeydew boba smoothie is dairy-free, healthy and so refreshing for the summertime. The frozen honeydew blends into a smooth, creamy texture, and uses cucumber, mint and coconut water. This honeydew smoothie is so cooling for scorching hot days. And, if you are a fan of bubble tea, this recipe shows you… Continue reading Honeydew Boba Smoothie for Scorching Hot Days
Everyone needs a backup, quick to throw together, homemade dip recipe in their repertoire. This easy yogurt dip served with cucumbers makes use of ingredients you already have, and is completely foolproof. This dip is like a deconstructed tzatziki dip – so simple and easy. You should make this homemade yogurt dip anytime you have… Continue reading Easy Yogurt Dip – Pantry Recipe for Homemade Dip
This is an incredible moist cornbread recipe; it has a tight crumb so it was not some crumbly waste-of-time BS cornbread. This is truly life-changing cornbread. Trust me when I tell you that this is the most moist cornbread you will ever bake.
Inspired by the chicken Marbella dish from The Silver Palate, here is a recipe for Roasted Cauliflower with Plums and Olives. Roasted cauliflower is so hearty and delicious, and the plums and olives + vinaigrette in the recipe add a lot of sweet and sour vibes. Make this vegetarian cauliflower recipe at your next dinner… Continue reading Roasted Cauliflower with Plums and Olives
This bitter greens salad is inspired by a delicious dish from Toro Bravo in Portland, Oregon. Made with radicchio, bacon, parmesan, and a balsamic vinaigrette, it is simple and easy! If you love spicy, bitter flavors from the radicchio, this is the salad for you. The sweet and mild ingredients balance out the salad to… Continue reading Radicchio Salad Inspired By Toro Bravo
Inspired by Gjelina in Venice, CA, here’s a flatbread with a springy mint pesto and burrata, it’s the perfect spring toast idea. Light and simple with the right mix of ingredients gives this flatbread a great flavor without being too overpowering.
This is the perfect spring salad with sweet herbs and a creamy vinaigrette. It has cucumber and radish in it, too, so is crunchy and cooling. This perfect, basic salad recipe is great for any time of year!
Today I’m so excited to be sharing a recipe for a tea cake! This recipe yields a fluffy, light cake that’s flavored with chamomile tea and is covered with buttercream and decorated with fresh chamomile flowers. Read on for plenty of tips for making a layer cake that uses chamomile tea in it!
Is it just me other is everything bagel spice having a serious moment? Everything bagel spice is a mix of sesame seeds, caraway seeds, poppy seeds, dried onion, and salt. It’s a crunchy and salty mixture that is delish on almost everything. Seasoning this easy simple pull-apart bread is a fun and amazingly delicious breakfast… Continue reading Everything Bagel Spice Pull-Apart Bread
This spicy cucumber salad recipe is crunchy and cool and spicy! It comes together so quickly and uses chili oil as its primary seasoning. This spicy cucumber salad recipe is a homemade take on a typical appetizer at Western Chinese restaurants, and will be your favorite snack too! And if you don’t have a jar… Continue reading Spicy Cucumber Salad with Chili Oil
In anticipation of spring and all the wonderful vegetables, herbs and flavors re-emerging from the earth. Here’s a recipe for a green goddess potato salad that’s bursting with freshness. Make my green goddess dressing and marry that with new potatoes, asparagus, arugula and soft eggs — heaven!