This is a quick salad to mix up and is quite tasty! It is very filling and makes about 2 servings. I add extra black beans or different kinds of peppers or tomatoes when I make it. Often it's a great dressing to use on any mix of vegetables.Read More
Some days leave me feeling more like a short order cook than a beloved member of the family and I'm guessing I'm not alone. So for this post, I thought you might appreciate not only a 'master' recipe that's free of the eight major food allergens, but also tips for how to adapt it for the rest of the family too. Sound good?Read More
I love the fall, don't you?
The cooler weather energizes me. I want to move more, cook more, create and explore. But I also want to take time to rest and snuggle deep in the covers. Take a pause to enjoy a hot cup of tea...Read More
These are the most positive cookies I know.
Whatever you want to call them, these addictive little balls of joy are perfect for back to school. They're easy to pack for lunch, and a great option for school functions.Read More
Do you miss creamy dressings on your salad?
I do. So many of them are made with milk, egg, or soy that I can't tell you the last time I even bothered looking for a safe bottled dressing. Luckily, it's super easy to make at home. If you never have, I strongly encourage you to try. Salad dressings don't need to be fussy or complicated to be good and they can easily outshine that stuff that comes in a bottle.Read More
Ok, so how many of you have been in this scenario...
While dining out on vacation a few weeks ago, I was very limited in safe menu options. It's just par for the course with my handful of restrictions, so I made the best of it. I was really hungry and optimistically ordered a bacon burger, no cheese, no bun. I smiled as I pictured something like the photo above arriving at my table.Read More
"She wants me to eat a weed?"
I can see you crinkling up your nose as you read the title of this recipe. But hear me out. Horticulturally speaking, a weed is nothing more than a plant growing in the 'wrong' place and the term can apply to any member of the botanical world...Read More