This peach crisp was supposed to be a cobbler. I tried four times to get that cobbler just right, but during each attempt, I found myself wondering why I wasn’t making a crisp instead.
What do you do when you have extra watermelon? Make watermelon juice, or better yet, watermelon mimosas!
Meet the seven-layer dip of my dreams, which is actually… five layers. Let me explain. I’ve encountered quite a few Tex-Mex seven-layer dips at parties and potlucks.
Alternative title for this post: eighteen summer recipes that boycott the oven! It’s ninety-one and counting outside, so I’m avoiding the oven as much as possible lately.
I sure hope you all enjoy salads as much as I do. I wasn’t kidding when I said they’re all I want to eat this time of year.
Beep beep. Boop boop. One zero one zero zero zero one. I. Am. Recipe. Robot. Yeesh, sorry, I am a little sleep deprived over here.
See that salad? I just ate leftovers for breakfast. After my annual too-many potato chips session at the lake with my family, I’m craving fresh, bright, satisfyingly crunchy things.
Summer came on with a bang. Our weather went from pleasantly warm to blazingly hot. Every year, I relearn what 100 degree weather feels like.
Welcome to the July seasonal produce guide, coming one day early! This week has been crazy with photo shoots for the cookbook.
This post is brought to you by Bob’s Red Mill. I may have implied otherwise, but the cookbook is definitely not done.
My mom’s side of the family gets together every Fourth of July for a family reunion. Each year, we meet up at our cousins’ lake house for some totally classic Independence Day activities.
Cookie is wild for zucchini. Also cauliflower, broccoli, kale, and cabbage. You could say that my pup has a healthy appetite.
Let’s talk about tofu. Even as a vegetarian, I don’t eat a ton of it. When I do, however, I want it crispy, and crispy tofu is an elusive beast.
This post is brought to you by eureka!® Organic Bread. One of my friends swears she’s happier when it’s cloudy and gray outside, but I couldn’t be more the opposite.
My head is spinning after a weekend away at a food conference and a late arrival home last night. Food is one of my favorite subjects, so I’m feeling inspired after discussions about nutrition, and the latest trends and innovations.
This post is brought to you by Frontier Co-op. I’ve been on a nutrition research kick lately. In my “free” time, I’ve been researching diets for cancer prevention, hormonal issues, adrenal support, and so on.
We’re getting a jump start on June recipes today! After weeks of gray, cloudy days, I’m looking forward to a very green and sunny June.
Is there anything better than a hearty breakfast of crispy breakfast potatoes and eggs after a late night?
Is it Monday already? It’s rainy and gray here in the Midwest, and I just want to curl up on the couch and take a nap with Cookie.
This post is brought to you by Adobe Post. The last few months of intense cookbook-ing have been a complete blur, but I know that someone mentioned kale guacamole somewhere along the way.