Update: this yummy recipe has been sitting in my drafts because I haven’t found the time/motivation to photograph the final dish. So this is getting published without photos. Because it’s delicious and crazy easy and my procrastination shouldn’t get in the way of people having the recipe. That’s all. I’ve spent the past few months… Continue reading Toasted Kale Caesar Salad
When it’s cold out, I typically only want to consume hot tea, red wine, and whiskey. It’s just the truth. I’ve been dabbling in whiskey cocktails this winter since we nearly exhausted our favorite cocktail from the fall: the Maple Whiskey Sour by Jaylynn Little. We made soooo many of these. Seriously. You gotta try… Continue reading Kiss Kiss Cocktail
Alright, I know everyone loves to hate on kale, but truly it’s my favorite leafy green. I think the main reason is that I cook my kale; I’ve never been a big fan of stereotypical salads, but warm salads are my fav. If you’re making a kale salad without cooking it, please do yourself a… Continue reading Charred Kale Harvest Salad
There are a handful of recipes from my childhood that I still crave now, in my young adulthood – Tomato Surprise in the rose garden with my neighbors, Basil Cream Chicken for dinner with my family, Mary Helen’s Pasta Salad at family gatherings with my cousins, Huevos Rancheros in my pajamas for Schuckmas breakfast –… Continue reading Daddio’s Ribs
These bell peppers are about to blow your mind.
Turning my food “trash” into a whole new meal is one of my favorite life hacks.
I recently had an urge to cook with tempeh even though I’ve never cooked with it before. A few days later, inspiration hit: I wanted to try to make a pasta “meat” sauce, like a bolognese, with tempeh. Since it’s peak tomato season, I decided to make a tomato sauce from scrap. I used two… Continue reading Tempeh and Tofu Tomato Sauce
Plantains and pineapples should be best friends.
This Green Chorizo Bowl is easy to whip up for a quick weeknight dinner.
This recipe goes way back – all the way to 2014 – when my dad asked me to make some oatmeal cookies and I got a little creative. This is based on a basic recipe from the Food Network, but has come to be one of my most loved recipes. And apparently 17 year old… Continue reading P-Diddy’s Oatmeal Cookies