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#LastMinute Thanksgiving recipes you can still totally pull off

#LastMinute Thanksgiving recipes you can still totally pull off

These six Thanksgiving appetizers, sides, and desserts can be made even last minute, so add the ingredients to your grocery list before it's too late!

Olive Oil Apple Cake

Olive Oil Apple Cake

Want to avoid showing up with a duplicate dessert? You know, when the Thanksgiving table already has two pumpkin pies before you even show up? Whil...

Autumn Crunch Salad

Autumn Crunch Salad

This weekend brought in a swift change of the seasons. With Saturday offering our first glimpse of clear blue skies in over a week (what happened t...

Chicken Sausage Apple Kale Stuffed Acorn Squash

Chicken Sausage Apple Kale Stuffed Acorn Squash

Where my foodies at? This meal turned out to be one of my top 3 favorite meals I’ve ever cooked. It is *exploding* with flavor. Delicate acorn squash stuffed with a sweet and savory balance of apples, chicken sausage, kale, onion, garlic and sage all topped with crunchy toasted pecans. This easy, hearty dish just …

A Med-Summer’s Night Dream: Mediterranean Inspired Party Recipes

It’s that time of year – party time! Barbecues, picnics, brunches, 4th of July, you name it. The heat of summer makes us want to cook outside and firing up the grill evokes the primal urge to gather round the flames with friends. So what do you cook that’s light, tasty, and will feed a … Continue reading "A Med-Summer’s Night Dream: Mediterranean Inspired Party Recipes"

Grilled Vegetables with Marinated Feta and Tabbouleh

Summer may not officially start for another couple weeks, but the warm temps have already arrived – and that means it’s time to take the cooking outside. As part of my efforts to be more sustainable (and save money!), I rarely turn on the air conditioning, so cooking in the oven is inefficient at best, … Continue reading "Grilled Vegetables with Marinated Feta and Tabbouleh"

Parmesan Roasted Asparagus and Tomatoes with Walnuts and Balsamic Drizzle

Parmesan Roasted Asparagus and Tomatoes with Walnuts and Balsamic Drizzle

It’s a sure sign of Spring when the sweet crispy stalks of asparagus start popping up at the farmer’s market. Although you can typically find asparagus in your grocery store several months of the year, this nutrient dense veggie is at its absolute peak in flavor if you can get the ultra fat stalks from your …

Spring Farm-To-Table Frittata

The farmer’s markets have finally started and we couldn’t be more thrilled. I am SO ready for fresh, local produce full of aliveness and vitality. When I eat veggies grown by my community, I can FEEL the energy as I eat it. And if you think there’s not much in season yet, think again! I … Continue reading "Spring Farm-To-Table Frittata"

Kale and Quinoa Stuffed Acorn Squash

I just can’t get enough of acorn squash. While I’m roasting it, it’s so easy to saute whatever veggies I have on hand and then stuff the squash with it. Plus, it makes for great leftovers.   Kale and Quinoa Stuffed Acorn Squash   Save Print I just can't get enough of acorn squash. While … Continue reading "Kale and Quinoa Stuffed Acorn Squash"

Make It Easy to Eat Seasonally Pt 2

Earlier we posted about making it easy to eat in season, meaning your ingredients are fresh, full of flavor, and didn’t have to travel across the ocean to get to you. Eating in season goes hand in hand with eating local and supporting the farmers in your own community. But what if you’ve never cooked … Continue reading "Make It Easy to Eat Seasonally Pt 2"

Bacon Brussel Sweet Potato Hash

This quick-cooking meal is one of my favorite fall/winter breakfasts! Omit the eggs and serve as a tasty side dish. Bacon Brussel Sweet Potato Hash   Save Print Prep time 10 mins Cook time 20 mins Total time 30 mins   This quick-cooking meal is one of my favorite fall/winter breakfasts! Omit the eggs and … Continue reading "Bacon Brussel Sweet Potato Hash"

30-Minute Veggie Pho with Portobellos and Daikon “Noodles”

There’s nothing like a huge bowl of piping hot Vietnamese pho to warm your bones when it’s snowing outside. The combination of rich broth, crunchy veggies, soft noodles, and fresh herbs soothe the soul. Traditionally, the broth simmers for hours and involves toasting coriander, using star anise, and roasting ginger. Then thinly sliced meat is dropped … Continue reading "30-Minute Veggie Pho with Portobellos and Daikon “Noodles”"