Meal planning has helped me save money, watch my weight, and take all the guessing out of what to eat every day. I don’t even intend on doing it every week anymore, it has become second nature.
It’s officially soup season and I’ve been on a soup making spree. Since sharing this recipe for French onion soup, I’ve made both tomato and chicken quinoa soup.
Not only are sweet potatoes loaded with vitamins but they really hit the spot.
Don’t you hate it when a recipe calls for a spice or herb that you don’t have on hand? I start to act like I know what I’m doing and substitute things while cooking.
I had a severe craving for French onion soup a few weeks ago and browsing the recipes on Pinterest sealed the deal for me.
I make these lattes all year round but they are exceptionally tasty on a rainy Saturday in my bed with the sounds of the wind chimes coming from my porch in the background.
When I used to go to CrossFit, people would make spaghetti squash all the time and I had no idea what they were talking about. In an effort to eat healthy lately, I picked one up at Marc’s and gave it a try.
I think making a fresh fruit salad should be on every ‘summer to-do list.
Growing up, I hated cauliflower. My love for these Middle Eastern cauliflower patties, also known as mshat, developed in my mid-twenties and it was a deep kind of love. Mshat is delicious, filling, and pretty healthy.
Being without a laptop for over a week forced me into an unplanned blogging break but I happily spent my time painting, reading, and making these delicious popsicles.