This simple massaged kale salad with juicy red grapes, hazelnuts and grated asiago cheese is the perfect starter to any meal.
Our friend Meghan from Fox and Briar had a Spring Baby a few weeks ago (IT’S A BOY!) so I’m bringing this lip-smacking, mayo-free Spring Baby Potato Salad to her virtual baby shower. Best of all, you’re alllllll invited! And we don’t even have to put on pants.
Unique cocktail syrups can turn an average cocktail into a showstopper. This pink peppercorn simple syrup is first in a series designed to turn your cocktail or mocktail situation up to eleven.
This sweet, creamy Easter cocktail is perfect for the adult who prefers their Easter candy in liquid form. And with a Caribbean twist.
Did you buy a bottle of sumac to make za’atar and now you don’t know what to do with the rest of it? Here are 31 sumac recipes to make sure that jar of tangy goodness doesn’t waste away in your spice cabinet.
If you’re just making a few slices of bacon for yourself, by all means, continue pan frying it. But if you want to make a bigger batch oven baked bacon is definitely the best way to go. And when you add this cardamom maple glaze into the mix you have an easy, next-level brunch on…
Eating healthy does not mean foregoing dessert when recipes like this Chamomile Strawberry Chia Pudding exist. Lightly sweet and packed with nutrients this healthy strawberry dessert is good for the soul AND the body. This post is sponsored by Florida Strawberry in conjunction with a social media campaign through Sunday Supper LLC. All opinions are…
A plant-based grain bowl that will satisfy even the most carnivorous among us. This Southwestern Farro Bowl is loaded with smoky, tangy flavors and chewy, creamy textures with the perfect amount of heat.
A no-bake, four-ingredient dessert recipe that’s a mashup of your favorite healthy energy bite and dreamiest dark chocolate dessert truffle. These Earl Grey Chocolate Date Balls are a great gluten free, paleo and vegan dessert option for all your holiday parties. They make a great edible Christmas gift, too.
Salads are a great opportunity to create your own signature combination of flavors and textures. This Arugula Salad with Farro and citrus goes from good to great with the addition of Salemville Amish Blue Cheese’s creamy yet sharp bite. This post is sponsored by Salemville Cheeses. All opinions are, as always, my own.