Roast some salmon and asparagus, buzz up some green goddess dip, and you’re well on your way to the springiest bowls you’ve ever eaten. You’ll love the garlic, lemon, & fresh herb flavors in this light, yet hearty, bowl.
We eat a lot of cabbage slaw around here. Mostly the Southwest Cabbage Slaw that I posted years ago. (It’s still a family favorite!) I wanted to create another slaw that had a creamy dressing, but not heavy like a coleslaw. This one is DELICIOUS. I’ll show you how to make it (hint: dump and …
Do you like a good fish fry? And by fish fry, I mean shrimp, too. And some fries and some kind of dipping sauce. And those pickled red onions. All of it. This particular meal was inspired by our trip to Aruba last June. I was hoping to find something uniquely “Aruban”, but honestly, it’s …
Up until recently, I had a hard time finding roasted salmon recipes that I loved that weren’t cooked in either a foil packet or a parchment packet. I’ve been a die-hard lover of this Grilled Cajun Foil-Packet Salmon recipe from my childhood. Nothing could ever compare, really. Until I made this 5-Ingredient Harissa Roasted Salmon …
I’ll get to this amazeballs roasted salmon in a second. If you’ve been hanging around here for a while you’ll know a few things about me. . .
I wasn’t a fan of vegetables as a kid unless it was in the form of baby carrots dipped in ranch dressing. Or (insert cooked vegetable) covered with Cheez Whiz. And green beans were completely off my list. Well, until I was an adult and tried fresh green beans that had been sauteed. Then, I …
I’ve wanted to get on the watermelon lemonade bandwagon for a LONG time, but lemonade usually has a ton of sugar. (When I consume sugar I’d rather eat it than drink it.) Since I started tinkering with low-carb sweeteners like erythritol and xylitol, I wanted to try out a variation of watermelon lemonade that wouldn’t …
I’m in love with this little paleo apple crumble! If you’re in charge of dessert for a gathering where someone is avoiding gluten, grains, or dairy, you might end up being kissed if you bring this. Wait until you see how I prepped the apples. *Eek*
This dry brine turkey recipe is THE BOMB. Dry brining is so much easier than a wet brine and the herb butter under the skin takes this over the top!
Breakfast salad? Salad for breakfast? Absolutely, yes. It comes together in a snap with some tender smoked salmon, hard-boiled eggs, and fresh herbs!
This Syrian Salad. It’s seriously SO bold. It’s the best punch of flavor in the face that you’ll ever get. And you won’t be able to stop eating!
Throw this foil-packet salmon on the grill and serve it with a fresh green salad for an easy weeknight summertime dinner!
Today I’ve got a fun little recipe for you that puts frozen fish sticks to shame. See them sulking in the freezer? That’s because they know they’ll never make it to a toasty-hot oven after you’ve tried these homemade paleo fish nuggets with super easy homemade tartar sauce. We eat a lot of wild-caught fish, …
I love the pop of flavor pesto adds to a tender baked cod fillet! You can absolutely use store-bought pesto, but if you’re looking for a cheese-less version, I include it in the recipe.
This grilled lemon chicken is a household staple. It goes with everything and is to easy to make!
If you’re a mushroom lover, this savory mushroom galette is a MUST to make. I love the combination of the creamy cheeses and the buttery mushrooms. It’s easy to make gluten-free using my pie crust recipe, too.
This goat cheese burger is for die-hard goat cheese lovers only. Or wanna-be die-hard goat cheese lovers. Or someone who would like to cook for a die-hard goat cheese lover.
Savory crepes are one of our favorite brunches! (Or even dinners!) The garlicky shrimp and mushroom mixture with creamy goat cheese is absolutely delicious.
My favorite part about this hearty, vegetarian quinoa salad is the sweet dressing made from lemon-infused oil! The whole thing is so light and fresh.
This is THE easiest way to get an herbed butter under the skin of a chicken. Just slip a few of these coins into your chicken and you’ll have more butter on the chicken than on your hands. And a really, really amazing roast chicken (and gravy!)
The only thing better than a full-sized trifle is a few mini trifles in cute little dishes! These desserts are perfect for Valentine’s Day or any time you’re in need of a little portion control. . .
Egg Curry is an easy, meatless Indian-style curry! Creamy hard cooked eggs simmered in a lovely spiced tomato gravy makes a comforting vegetarian meal any night of the week.
I think breakfast crumble should be a thing — especially if it’s filled with spiced pears and a crumbly, nutty topping!
I love the creamy, dill-y topping for this fish! It’s such a light, fresh meal that won’t leave you feeling dozy.
How often do you see carrots with the greens still attached? They’re so pretty. I wonder if cutting their greens makes them feel like their “hair” is getting chopped off? If carrots had feelings, that is. Speaking of feelings… I have mixed feelings toward beets. They’re probably the most gorgeous color found in nature, but …