Happy St. Patrick’s Day! My days of chugging green beer may be behind me, but that doesn’t mean I don’t have any holiday spirit left. Here are seven healthy recipes that are sure to bring you luck for your St. Patty’s Day. (Well, maybe they aren’t lucky, but at least they won’t leave you with […]
Joe’s birthday falls on Easter this year, and he is thrilled. “I am going to have SO MUCH FUN that day!” Here’s hoping BirthdayEaster 2014 lives up to his expectations. As a prelude to ALL THE FUN, we will first be dying some eggs. This is something we like to do each year, making it […]
It has been 24 hours since prepping my little heart out, and I am like a kid in a candy store. What salad should I eat first? How about a nibble or two from the sliced veggie box? Maybe a chicken sandwich? It’s like my kitchen has been transformed into a restaurant take-away cooler. It’s so […]
This post brought to you by Love Beets. All opinions are 100% mine. We love beets around here. In fact, Joe asks for them almost every night. And although we grow a ton of beets in our garden, taking the time to cook them before dinner doesn’t always happen. That’s why I am in love […]
I’ve been following Lindsay (aka The Lean Green Bean) for a few years now, and she never fails to inspire. Lately I’ve been especially smitten with her weekly food prep posts. I begged Lindsay to teach us how to become food prep masters, and she agreed (yay!). I can’t wait to get started! *** As […]
On March 6, 2010 my friend Mary emailed me a recipe for Mexican Chicken Soup. She sent it to a bunch of our friends from college who had been asking her for recipe ideas because we were, well, awful in the kitchen. While most of us were still learning how to make boxed mac and […]
It’s almost Superbowl time, and you know what that means: Snacks and Commercials! I don’t know about you, but I’m hoping for more ingenuity and a lot less shock value this year. (I’m looking at you, GoDaddy). If you’re short on time, but still want to impress your friends with a stunning appetizer, this tapenade […]
What a week! My beloved Sooners won the Sugar Bowl, my sorry KC Chiefs choked in the playoffs (again), and Jeff and I celebrated our 12th wedding anniversary. Oh, and I made my first batch of coconut chicken chili. Friends, this is good. So good. Serve over rice or quinoa with a sprinkle of cilantro […]
Christmas may be over, but I’m not ready to give up the flavors of the season just yet. Here is contributor McKel Hill, MS, RD, LDN with a healthy way to enjoy the taste of gingerbread! Tis’ the season…of gingerbread! I LOVE ginger therefore, it’s natural for me to gravitate towards gingerbread cookies and […]
One of my favorite holiday memories takes place in my childhood kitchen. Mom and I would throw on our aprons and bake all day. Pecan dreams, gingersnaps, cranberry bread and puppy chow. Grandma’s fudge, spiced tea, and our favorite savory snack mix. We would bundle it all up and take plates, jars, and pretty tins […]
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