Share on facebook Share Share on pinterest Pin Share on twitter Tweet After writing our Air Fryer Snacks post, I realized that I had so many other recipes for using your air fryer that I had to do a side dish recipe roundup for you as well! Using the Air Fryer saves me so much time in my kitchen. I can toss in some quick snacks or add fun side… Read More »8 Amazing Air Fryer Side Dishes
I am OBSESSED with my Air Fryer. I use it every day. From tater tots to main dishes, my Air Fryer gets a lot of use. Y’all you can make everything in the Air Fryer and it’s so much healthier than fried in oil! My kids all got Air Fryers for the holidays and we have had a great time collecting recipes to try out. I’m so excited to bring… Read More »8 Easy Vegetarian Air Fryer Snack Recipes
Like what you see? Share it with your friends! Sometimes you want something sweet… AND something sassy. Our Boozy Coffee Caramel Sauce Recipe meets that challenge! When our friends at Cask & Kettle challenged US to create a whole new recipe with some of their alcoholic hot cocktail pods, we dove right in! After some serious taste testing, we came up with a few boozy recipes that went beyond the… Read More »Boozy Coffee and Caramel Sauce
Like what you see? Share it with your friends! If you are looking for an easy Caramel sauce recipe, look no further. I love this caramel sauce because it takes just a few minutes, a few ingredients AND I can turn them into easy & affordable gifts. Who doesn’t love that?? What’s even better, is you can customize this recipe to make it thinner or thicker just by swapping out… Read More »The Best Homemade Caramel Sauce
Easy Instant Pot Beer Cheese Soup Like what you see? Share it with your friends! Grab your Instant Pot and let’s make some Beer Cheese Soup! I miss going out to the pubs! Beer Cheese Soup always reminds me of when my husband and I used to go out before seeing a concert and grab a drink and food. I love the creamy cheese and light hint of beer to… Read More »Easy Instant Pot Beer Cheese Soup
Tipsy Apple Compote Recipe Like what you see? Share it with your friends! What’s better than sweet and tart apple compote? How about making them boozy? Our friends at Cask & Kettle challenged us to come up with some new recipes for their hot cocktail pods and we took that challenge and ran with it. Well, actually it was more like sitting in my kitchen, drinking hot cocktails and having… Read More »Tipsy Apple Compote
Like what you see? Share it with your friends! Fall recipes are some of my favorite because they are filled with apples, comfort food, and unique flavors. Our Caramel Apple Cider Slushies are simple, delicious, and brighten up fall afternoons. In the fall, we have a huge bounty of apples that we make different recipes with. But most importantly we have an abundance of applesauce and cider that makes us… Read More »Caramel Apple Cider Slushies
Simple Vegan Enchiladas Like what you see? Share it with your friends! Enchiladas! It’s one of our favorite Mexican food dishes, and we love how versatile it can be. The creamy and cheesy filling of this delicious preparation is so addictive that you just can’t stop at one. We love enchiladas any time of day or night. I’ve been known to even have them for breakfast! Yes, with fried eggs,… Read More »Time Saving Vegan Enchiladas
Want a new twist on Mac N Cheese? Have you heard of lobster mushrooms? We discovered how cool these tasty mushrooms can be for a fun vegetarian twist on Lobster Mac! Lobster Mushroom Mac N Cheese Like what you see? Share it with your friends! I love lobster Mac N Cheese. But sometimes I want something a little different. My daughter, Sara, discovered Lobster mushrooms and we loved the idea… Read More »Lobster Mushroom Mac N Cheese
Easy Homemade Vanilla Applesauce Like what you see? Share it with your friends! With just 6 delicious ingredients, our Vanilla applesauce can be made in both a slow cooker or stovetop and ready for your family to enjoy anytime! Delicious Family Traditions We have a family tradition of going apple picking every fall. Then I make a big batch of vanilla apple sauce and send it home with all of… Read More »Homemade Vanilla Applesauce
Mushroom & Seitan Stroganoff Like what you see? Share it with your friends! Now that the weather is cooling off, it’s time to pull out some of those hearty recipes like our Mushroom & Seitan Stroganoff. It’s a hearty dish that warms you up and is cozy comfort food. What is stroganoff? Traditionally, stroganoff or “stroganov” is a Russian dish that is traditionally made with beef. It was conceived as… Read More »Mushroom Seitan Stroganoff
Hey Latte Lovers! We know you have been waiting for fall to come so you can break out the mugs and try some new latte recipes. I know it’s fall when everything become seasoned with pumpkin spices and seasonal drinks like our Canadian Spice latte and our other delicious latte recipes Pumpkin Spice Latte Pumpkin Spice Latte Season is here! This week we share one of my FAVORITE drinks, Pumpkin… Read More »Pumpkin Spice Latte
Basic Tomato Sauce My garden is still bursting with tomatoes, and I’ve made so much gazpacho, salsa, and bruschetta! But I still have a ton of tomatoes turning ripe each morning. Now is the best time to start preserving those gorgeous tomatoes for wintertime use. How To Make Tomato Sauce From Scratch A basic tomato sauce is very easy to make, but it can take some time and effort. That’s… Read More »Basic Tomato Sauce
When you are learning how to do home canning, you’ll hear over and over how important sterilized jars are. That’s because they are what’s going to keep your food from going bad. However, you don’t need to sterilize your jars if you are going to water bath canning for longer than 10 minutes. So if your recipe calls for processing for longer than 10 minutes you are good to wash… Read More »How To Sterilize Canning Jars
This week we have something special for you. It’s a new mocktail recipe AND and new product review! We share our Lemony Peach Baby Bellini recipe that’s perfect for baby showers, garden parties, and relaxing with the ladies at your next get-together. With our without the CBD, this is a sweet tart cocktail that’s sure to delight. We have been busy this summer coming up with new recipes to share,… Read More »Lemony Peach Baby Bellini
Hey everyone! I have a quick recipe for you and it’s going to be used in a couple upcoming recipes. Our homemade peace sauce recipe is so easy that you’ll be making peach tea or Bellinis for brunch for your friends and family all the time! Peaches are one of my favorite fruits. When I was little, I used to go picking with my family and all summer my Gram… Read More »Homemade Peach Sauce
Peppermint Matcha Iced Latte I love Green Tea lattes. In fact, a blended peppermint matcha latte is my go-to summer drink. There is something about the cool mint and the crisp green tea that makes everything a little more chill. Hey everyone, we have another fun recipe for you and it is inspired from my love of Starbucks. My friends and family know how much I love Starbucks and I’ve… Read More »Iced Blended Green Tea Latte
These slightly sweet Vanilla Almond cookies are perfect for cool Autumn mornings, baking a treat for a friend, or teatime in the garden. We stamped ours with the new floral rolling pin by Embossed! How To Make Artisan Stamped Vanilla Almond Cookies Like what you see? Share it with your friends! It’s been a wild year, why not settle down with something sweet and soothing? When I was little, I… Read More »How To Make Artisan Stamped Vanilla Almond Cookies
Whipped Ricotta Spread Whipped Ricotta is one of our base recipes and from there we use it in so many different ways. But the basic way is a simple dish that we use for a nice spread over crostini to make a quick appetizer or a dip for veggies. It’s so easy and fun to add different toppings, that we use this recipe all year long. From using it to top… Read More »Whipped Ricotta Spread
Grilled Coconut Shrimp with Shishito Peppers Like what you see? Share it with your friends! Summertime is grillin time! Check out our Grilled Coconut Shrimp with Shishito Peppers Recipe! I love to grill. In fact we have two grills! We have a smoker grill and a flame grill because each has a different purpose. And for this recipe, I was excited to get some charring done on the flame grill.… Read More »Grilled Coconut Shrimp with Shishito Peppers
When I think of the flavors of fall, I think of apples, pumpkin spice, and warm savory flavors. That’s why I love these pumpkin spice cupcakes, because you can customize them to suit your taste buds! Click to go to the recipe Pumpkin spice and fall just go together! This post contains affiliate links that I make a small commission on with no added fee to your purchase.… Read More »Pumpkin Spice Cupcake Recipe
This summer I’ve been working on canning a lot of the fruits and veggies in my garden. Strawberries are one of my favorite things to can and this recipe brings the taste of fresh strawberries and lemonade together with the soothing blend of vanilla. I’ve been adding vanilla beans or extract to my lemonade for years, it adds a unique mouth comfort to the tangy juice. This is one of… Read More »Strawberry Vanilla Lemonade Concentrate Recipe
One of my favorite vegetarian restaurants makes this amazing “Chicken” fried seitan dinner that’s so good and makes me think of growing up on a farm. These days, I try to recreate a lot of the recipes that I miss from our travels and eating out, and our homemade seitan is so good that we don’t miss buying it in gourmet vegan shops. I love being a vegetarian. It fits… Read More »Homemade Seitan Recipe
Today we have a great CBD recipe. Our Vanilla CBD Rooibos Tea Latte is so good and a gentle way practice some self-care. I love starting my day off knowing that I can do something simple to control how I feel, improve my health, and give myself a little self-care each morning. You can even incorporate a few minutes of mindfulness while you wait for your tea to steep. Take… Read More »Vanilla CBD Rooibos Tea Latte
Sweet tender blueberries, tart fresh lemons. This is my favorite combination of sweet and tart. That’s why we decided to can a few jars of blueberry lemon jam and share that recipe with you. July is the best time of year to find fresh blueberries, strawberries, and tart cherries for canning. But year-round you can usually find blueberries in the grocery store. So this is a recipe you can make… Read More »Blueberry Lemon Jam
Passover is here and one of the most requested dishes, after my vegetarian Matzo ball soup, is our “Matzo Crack” recipe. It’s so easy that you can make this with the kids and swap out the toppings with your favorites. The “Crack” refers to the fun crunch sound it makes when you “crack” it apart. No two pieces are the same! Click to go to the recipe Vegetarian… Read More »Smore’s Matzo Cracked Candy
With just a few staple ingredients, tonight you can warm up with this classic Latin dish, made vegetarian! Picadillo uses easy ingredients and doesn’t require a lot of skill. You can make this dish vegan, gluten-free, mild or spicy! Click to go to the recipe Vegetarian Cooking Made Easy! This post contains affiliate links that I make a small commission on with no added fee to your purchase.… Read More »Vegetarian Tofu Picadillo Recipe
2020 has started out to be a stressful year already! So we are cooking up some comforting vegetarian Tom Kha soup to fill your bellies and hopefully soothe your worried minds. Tom Kha is an easy, dairy-free Thai soup made with coconut milk, veggies, and tofu. Our recipe is vegan and can be gluten-free, and can be easily swapped with ingredients you have in your pantry and refrigerator. We have… Read More »Vegetarian Tom Kha Soup with Tofu
Spring feels like the best time for strawberries and patio parties. So we created a sweet treat blending together our favorite CBD and cocktail recipes for your brunch guests! Click to go to the recipe This post contains affiliate links that I make a small commission on with no added fee to your purchase. Cocktails or Mocktails? Like many in 2020, I am sober by choice. This means, I choose… Read More »Strawberry Lemon CBD Cocktails
Chocolate covered strawberries are one of my favorite treats. I make them for all of the holidays and occasionally, I make grown-up versions. I hope you’ll like our CBD Chocolate Covered Strawberries. They are too good to share with the kids! Click to go to the recipe Sweet treats you can make at home! This post contains affiliate links that I make a small commission on with no added fee… Read More »Chocolate Covered Strawberries with CBD Infused Chocolate
The weather is warming up and it’s time to start planning those patio party treats. Today we have a delicious fig and lemon moscow mule recipe for you and we know you’ll love the zing that makes your mouth sing! Click to go to the recipe Who is ready for sandal weather? This post contains affiliate links that I make a small commission on with no added fee… Read More »Fig and Lemon Moscow Mule Recipe
If you have been looking for new ways to add CBD into your daily routine, we have a recipe for you! CBD Tea is a great way to include the holistic healing properties of tea and the incredible benefits of CBD oil into your diet. Last week we showed you how to make CBD Coffee. This week, we have something for the tea lovers! We also have a great recipe… Read More »How To Make CBD Tea
Did you know that making CBD coffee at home is easy and can improve your relationship with coffee? We share how we make CBD Coffee and some fun variations. I love coffee, but I don’t love caffeine. Like many other people, I have issues with caffeine and I almost cut out coffee all together. But from time to time, I want it and thanks to CBD, known as cannabidiol, I… Read More »How To Make CBD Coffee At Home
Like what you see? Share it with your friends! Did you know that Tea and CBD are a great combination for lowering your stress levels? We love CBD Tea and have a great recipe for you! Last year we watched as CBD charged into the health world. We discovered new ways to use it and opened our minds to new ideas about how cannabis can improve our health. Did you… Read More »Vanilla CBD Tea Latte Recipe
Friends and family are always asking for my vegetarian recipes. This is one of those favorite recipes that we have enjoyed. It’s not hard to find great vegetarian recipes that don’t require a lot of time and effort. Our Paneer Makhani recipe isn’t difficult, and easy to make your own. This post contains affiliate links that I make a small commission on with no added fee to your purchase. Click to go… Read More »Easy Homemade Paneer Makhani
Have you ever had kreplach? It’s meaty, savory, and perfect for cozy winter nights. We made this classic recipe vegetarian, and it turned out so good! We’ve been traveling and that means eating out daily. Sometimes that’s nice. But usually, you are searching the menu for the one thing that is comforting at the end of a long day. This week as soon as I got home I had to… Read More »Vegetarian “Beef” Kreplach Recipe
“I hate cooked carrots!” That’s what I hear many people say before trying my Sweet & Spicy caramelized carrots. After that my friends and family have all asked me for the recipe or to make them for another dinner we have together. The problem that most people have with cooked carrots is that they have had them boiled or not seasoned very well. But carrots can be very versatile. What… Read More »Zesty Caramelized Carrots – Sweet and Spicy Recipe
Tofurkey is so versatile and easy to make. We share how to make your amazing roast and our Cherry Balsamic Tofurkey Recipe will wow you! Each year I spend a great amount of time looking for new recipes and just as much time trying them and writing new ones. Our Cherry Balsamic Tofurkey Recipe is a fan favorite and it has even won awards! So, those of you who know… Read More »How to make an AMAZING Tofurkey Roast Your Family Will Ask For Again
CBD-Infused honey is one of the hottest trending items in the world of CBD. It’s a sweet way to meet your wellness needs and it’s as easy as dipping in a spoon! I’ve tried a few great CBD Honeys, and they come in fun flavors. But did you know that you can make your own CBD-Infused honey in a few easy steps? These make a great gift and we love… Read More »How to Make Your Own CBD-infused Honey
Oh my goodness, my friend Tody from Our Bun, Brandi’s Oven just told me that she doesn’t have an Instant Pot because she was scared of them! Well Tory, I know you personally and your amazing family and I know for sure after the incredible battle your family has survived to become a family of 4, you can do hard things. Cooking with an Instant Pot isn’t one of them.… Read More »5 Easy Instant Pot Recipes For Instant Pot Newbies
Let’s Talk Cacao Tea! Review of Cacao Tea Co Hey everyone we have a delicious new review to share with you today from our friends at Cacao Tea Co. If you are a tea lover like I am, you’ll want to see what we have to say about this unusual tea. So grab your cup, and let’s get to it! Thanks to Cacao Tea Co. for sending us this fun… Read More »Cacao Tea Co. – Let’s Talk Tea!
Vegetarian Made Easy! Like what you see? Share it with your friends! Creamy,spiced, with just a subtle hint of cinnamon. Our butternut squash enchiladas are out of this world! I first started making this dish a few years ago. My family loves butternut squash and we wanted to do something unique with it. Inspired by the local Indian restaurant, we wanted to bring in the sweet and savory flavors of… Read More »Spiced Butternut Squash Enchiladas
It’s Holiday Party Time! Hey Everyone! It’s time for holiday parties and swanky galas! We have a few of our favorite holiday party recipes guaranteed to wow your guests and make your parties the best in town. Every year I scour through the recipes blogs, magazines, cookbooks, and look at the backs of boxes to find the best recipes for all of my holiday cooking. Each Sunday Dinner in November,… Read More »10 Recipes To Wow Holiday Guests
It has been raining and snowing for months. In fact this has been one of the wettest and snowiest winters on record in the Seattle area. And I am done with it!
This week’s Latte is in honor of another cold damp yet wonderful place to visit – London!
Fall is my favorite time to make soups, stews, and bisques. As soon as the weather starts to cool, the first fires are lit, I am in the kitchen making a huge pot of something warm. Once a week I make a new soup that we have through the week for lunch. Soup topped with something new each day leads to some creative explorations in my kitchen. Time to head… Read More »Curried Sweet Potato Apple Bisque
Cannabis Edibles – Too Easy Not To Make At Home Mmm… edibles. Happy Cannabis goodness is easy to make at home when you understand the process. Hey everybody! I have a fun new guest blog post from the people over at Industrial Hemp Farms. They are teaching us everything we need to know to go from bud to brownies. Fair warning: This is only for adults. And we are working… Read More »Cannabis Kitchen: Ways To Make Cannabis Edibles
Easy Moist Banana Bread Recipe Like what you see? Share it with your friends! Banana bread is a house staple in our kitchen. We have been using the same easy moist banana bread recipe since my boys were toddlers. Today my oldest turned 29! I love making sweet breads, using up ingredients that might be almost over-ripened. I hate throwing out food. Bananas have a weird shelf life. It seems… Read More »Easy Moist Banana Bread Recipe
Crocktober: Easy Vegan Crock Pot Chili Recipe Like what you see? Share it with your friends! Crocktober! I love this silly word. But even more, I love that it inspires me to write more recipes to share with all of you. Like our Easy Vegan Crock Pot Chili recipe! This week’s recipe is one of our house favorites. I love to take all of the leftover veggies out of our… Read More »Easy Vegan Crock Pot Chili Recipe
Like what you see? Share it with your friends! Share on facebook Share on google Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on pinterest Share on reddit I LOVE homemade cranberry relish with my holiday meals. It’s that perfect sweet and tart combination that breaks up the meal. Yummm! I am also one of those crazy people who loves canned cranberry sauce. It’s soo good. But this recipe is even… Read More »Holiday CBD Cranberry Relish Recipe
Hey Everyone, it’s October and that means it’s time for slow cooking, chili cookoffs, and comfort food. Which makes this what some like to call Croctober! I am a huge fan of my Crock-Pot and my Instant pot. I have both and this time of year I always have something cooking in one of them. Our Crock-Pot gets a lot more use during the winter when I actually want things… Read More »Crocktober: Breakfast Crock-Pot Recipes
Canning Summer Fresh Tomatoes (This post includes affiliate links. Should you click an affiliate link and make a purchase I may make a small commission at no extra cost to you.) This summer we were blessed with a great crop of flavorful tomatoes in our garden. This is the one crop that is a must in our garden. However, this is also a busy time because they all seem to… Read More »Canning Summer Fresh Tomatoes
Looking for a quick summer tea recipe to stay hydrated? We have a few fruity ideas for you. Make them and forget them! Fruit teas are also a great activity to do with the kids. (This post includes affiliate links. Should you click an affiliate link and make a purchase I may make a small commission at no extra cost to you.) I love making sun tea when the… Read More »Flavored Teas
Sweet Corn and Pepper Relish Like what you see? Share it with your friends! Share on facebook Share on google Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on pinterest Share on reddit Growing up, my Gram would spend the summer canning things from the garden so we would have plenty stored up for winter. In the South, corn relish and pickled veggies are a pantry staple! This year our garden… Read More »Sweet Corn and Pepper Relish Recipe
Many people are searching for comfort. I know that some are also looking for something that might sooth their families bellies and fears. I hope these recipes bring both.
Why Biscuits and Gravy Bring Me Back To My Roots When I was little, I lived with my Great-Grandmother, my “Gram.” She was born and raised in rural Tennessee. Born in the “Hallow” in a two-room house. They kept warm in the winter with a woodstove and sharing the feather bed with her sisters. Growing up with her I have gifted this incredible culture of gardening for your own food,… Read More »Southern Vegetarian Biscuits and Gravy – Memories and recipes
The weather here in the PNW has been crazy this week. So I wanted something sweet and unique. Have you tried Hibiscus tea? Well this is a sweet vanilla twist with just a hint of apple that brings out the floral notes in the tea along with that ruby red color.
Thai Sweet Chili and Garlic Sauce Recipe Hey everyone, life is starting to settle down for us here at the new house. I love how it is really coming together. Even though I feel like there is still so much to do! But I’ve found myself in the kitchen, reaching back to to my roots and pulling out some of my old recipes and enjoying the feel of bringing new… Read More »Thai Sweet Chili and Garlic Sauce Recipe
5 cups water
6 bags black tea or red Thai tea, or 1 1/2 tablespoons loose tea – you want to use a good quality tea for the best flavor. Try Ceylon, Assam or Keemun.
2 star anise – you can add more or less to taste. These are very strong if you buy them fresh. So go slow.
3 whole cloves – same with the cloves. I am not a huge fan of cloves, so I usually go light here.
2 teaspoons vanilla – Have a vanilla bean pod you want to use? Scrape it down and use it here.
2 tablespoons sugar – This drink is very sweet even without the sugar. So I suggest adding this to taste later.
1/4 cup sweetened condensed milk – Go vegan by replacing the sweetened condensed milk and evaporated milk with cream of coconut and coconut milk.
Filling and healthy, our Not So Boring Stuffed Poblano Peppers with a healthy citrus CBD salad are the perfect way to fill up without the extra fat. (This post includes affiliate links. Should you click an affiliate link and make a purchase I may make a small commission at no extra cost to you.) For many years I really hated peppers. I’d only had them diced up in meatloaf, cold… Read More »Not So Boring Stuffed Poblano Peppers with a healthy citrus CBD salad
Zucchini is a wonder food and so versatile. It has abundant levels of manganese and vitamin C, both of which help to keep the heart strong. Today we have a great recipe that we make in our own kitchen with our garden fresh zucchini every summer. We really liked the texture of squash spirals. The center of the zucchini is removed, and that is the part that can get a little… Read More »Caramelized Cabbage with Spiralized Zucchini w/ Bowties
I LOVE a good Latte. At home, I have an espresso machine and my husband and I love finding new flavors to try out. Admittedly I am the one more likely to try out a crazy flavor combo than he is, but together we have collected a lot of great recipes. This morning I was making one of my favorites, the Almond Raspberry latte and I thought it would be… Read More »Almond Raspberry CBD Latte
I LOVE a good Latte. At home I have a espresso machine and my husband and I love finding new flavors to try out. Admittedly I am the one more likely to try out a crazy flavor combo than he is, but together we have collected a lot of great recipes.
When I was a kid I was a picky eater. I had a handful of things that I considered edible and anything else was left behind. No amount of begging and bargaining would get me to eat my veggies. My family tried everything to convince me that veggies were good to eat and not for feeding the dog. I, however, wasn’t convinced. I remember one evening my Gram had made… Read More »Please Pass the Peas: Chickpea Pot Pie Recipe
Today’s post is a bit short but full of great recipes that we hope you will enjoy. I collected 5 fabulous recipes with fresh ricotta from some of my favorite food bloggers around the internet. I love making homemade ricotta. It is easy, uses simple ingredients, and doesn’t take much time or effort. Better than store-bought, you can make a large batch of ricotta and use it for several recipes… Read More »5 Fabulous Recipes Using Fresh Ricotta
Breakfast is one of those meals that I could eat any time of day. I HATE mornings, so when I have to get up early I want food that is simple, hot, and doesn’t make too much of a mess.
These three recipes made in cupcake tins are perfect for making ahead of time and popping in the microwave on the way to the airport.
(This post includes affiliate links. Should you click an affiliate link and make a purchase I may make a small commission at no extra cost to you.) I love Mexican food. Not just the first night, but I love it for lunch the next day. So when Slimming World sent me this recipe to check out. I immediately knew we could do something both easy and versatile with it. This… Read More »Mexican 7-Layer Salad to-go!
(This post includes affiliate links. Should you click an affiliate link and make a purchase I may make a small commission at no extra cost to you.) The sun keeps poking through the clouds. Which is just what I need to liven up my garden and make some fresh fruit tea. I had some strawberries that needed to be used and it pairs perfectly with a light white tea. I… Read More »Lemon Strawberry White Tea
Un-Phogettable Shrimp Pho Recipe I love Pho from this little place called Jenny Pho. Here in Seattle, we have a lot of Vietnamese restaurants. This one is pretty “Americanized” but I love simplicity. Pho is my go to when the weather is cool and rainy. But I can’t always run down there when I’m in the mood for pho. So I started making it at home and while it’s nice to… Read More »Vietnamese Pho with Prawns Recipe
The Moscow Mule is super popular and fun to drink in those chilly copper mugs. We fell in love with handmade moscow mule cups after talking with our friends at MoscowMuled.com about their gorgeous mugs and why they are different from some of the others out there. After getting our own pair of mugs from Moscow Muled ( Thanks guys!) we set off exploring how we could come up… Read More »5 Tantalizing New Moscow Mule Recipes To Add Wow Your Spring Parties
There is no easy cure. There is no simple plan. Living with Anxiety is difficult. But there are foods that help fight anxiety! Living with Anxiety is like living with a weird cat, sometimes you think you have it all figured out. You have your triggers figured out, you have a routine, and then you start to get relaxed and comfortable. Then, out of nowhere, it creeps up on… Read More »5 Foods That Fight Anxiety
There are so many ways you can twist up tuna salad. But I really wanted to drop the mayo today and add in something with a little more flavor. So I grabbed a nice ripe avocado and diced it up.
I threw in some spices and toasted some fresh whole grain bread and before I knew it, lunch was ready and I actually had time to eat it!
There are some great recipes to be found for brownies, although finding gluten free recipes was a little harder. But I found these recipes and they make my mouth water!
Dinner is my favorite time to create. I put on some music, sip a little wine, and let the aromas of the kitchen come to life. But sometimes I don’t feel like spending an hour or more in the kitchen and something quick fits much better. So something as simple as a burger can become even better with some time and effort. One night I felt creative, looking through the… Read More »Goat Cheese and Chocolate Balsamic glazed veggie burgers
Everyone is talking about the incredible healing power of CBD oil. We have 6 delicious recipes infused with CBD to heal your body and soothe your soul. The holidays are here, and it’s time to relax with friends and family. Be the hit of the night with these yummy fun drinks. CBD infused cocktails are popping up all over the country in speakeasies and trendy pubs. Now we are sharing… Read More »6 Essential CBD Infused Cocktails
I love the montly delivery of spices from Piquant Post. Each month I find new recipes and new spices that fill my kitchen with wonderful scents. I love to be adventurous in the kitchen and my family enjoys seeing the new dishes. One of our new favorites is Chermoula Salmon, it was so good! This recipe teaches the technique of pan-basting for faster cooking and achieving a crispy layer on juicy… Read More »Chermoula Salmon Recipe
I always have lemons in my kitchen. I use them in everything from my morning seltzer water to cleaning.
Did you know that lemons are high in potassium? You need potassium for clear thinking, balancing your blood pressure, and works with sodium to temper your body’s water balance.
Every summer we have an abundance of fresh fruit and veggies that come from both our own garden and the weekly Farmer’s Markets that we visit. But the trick is finding ways to use them all up before they go back. Plan Ahead! When you have an idea ahead of time about what is coming into season and how you are going to use it, you won’t be left scrambling… Read More »Kitchen Tricks – Summer Veggies
Making sparkling fruit waters are as easy as finding a good combo of fruits and even herbs, adding them to an ice filled glass and fill with seltzer water ( fizzy water) and enjoying that you are getting your daily water intake.
2 shot(s) espresso
1 pump peppermint syrup
2 pumps White Chocolate Syrup
1/8 teaspoon cinnamon
Pinch of ancho, chipotle or cayenne pepper
Fill with 8 oz steamed milk
1. Combine ingredients, except milk, in serving cup.
2. Stir and set aside.
3. Steam milk in pitcher.
4. Pour steamed milk into serving cup
Fighting Lyme Disease is hard. You have both physical pain and a lot of muscle weakness to deal with. So it is easy to gain weight and harder to lose it. I’ve been working with a great physical therapist since my surgery in December. But it’s clear that I have a long road to go.
In the pantry I found 1 sweet potato, I have no idea why I only had one. I found a roll of polenta – always handy to have! I had a package of shrimp in the freezer and a small carton of tiny tomatoes. What to make?
There are sometimes when you just have to stop and drool. This happened to me today when I was playing around on Pinterest, which.. I love cause it’s so much fun and wastes so much time. But I stumbled on these mugs of tomato soup which made me want to lick my computer. So then, I had to find out what it was and if you could actually cook in a… Read More »Soup in a coffee mug? Oh my!
In the winter, when the weather is cold and dark, I love to get in the kitchen and make something that fills the house with warm smells that bring everyone into the kitchen to see what is making their mouths water. These muffins are amazing and I start making them right when the weather starts to cool off all through winter. I like to change up the ingredients. You can… Read More »Cranberry Pumpkin Muffins
Last week I tried this new trend in making hard boiled eggs in the oven. It’s been going around the internet and I had some time to test it. So I thought I’d give it a try. I watched the video a few times to be sure I had done it correctly and then off I went. Yes, it is pretty easy to make hard boiled eggs in the oven.… Read More »Review – Baking “Hard Boiled” Eggs
I love being a vegetarian. It fits my lifestyle and it’s what I need to do for my daughter, who has stomach issues. After being asked for the recipe for my breaded Seitan, I thought I’d share it. Making Seitan isn’t difficult. In fact, once you have made it a few times, you will find that you no longer have any desire to pay the high prices for it in… Read More »Chicken Fried Seitan Recipe