Even though I’m still in holiday mode, I just realized we’re several weeks past Thanksgiving and still have a couple weeks to go before Christmas and… Read more “Coffee and Pancakes”
WE MADE IT! And Turkey Day 2018 is going down in the books as a success! And now it’s on to Christmas decorating. But first, as… Read more “Thanksgiving 2018: That happened, who needs a drink?”
Lets get real for a minute and start with the Cookie Butter Milkshake, shall we? Friday nights are Family Movie Night at our house and it’s a… Read more “Simple and Delicious Vegetarian Dinner Day 7: Chickpea Veggie Burger with Cookie Butter Milkshakes”
Italian, when done right, can be one of the quickest but heartiest weeknight vegetarian dinners. While the pan fry technically takes a little bit of time, my… Read more “Simple and Delicious Vegetarian Dinner Day 6: Eggplant Parmesan”
Yesterday Old Man Winter paid a seriously cold visit to Houston. With temps hovering above freezing and the whipping winds, I wished we could have a Texas… Read more “Simple and Delicious Vegetarian Dinner Idea Day 4: Mushroom Stroganoff”
I was at Trader Joes with my daughters this morning. I love it for the fresh fruits and veggies and my girls love finding Sandy the squirrel… Read more “Simple and Delicious Vegetarian Dinner Idea Day 3: Warm Orzo with Vegetables, Feta and Chik’n in a creamy Greek Yogurt Dressing”
So I make a potato soup that is so soft and creamy your kids will think they’re eating mashed potatoes but you’ll know it’s a healthier version of the classic side dish we all ate growing up.
And after scouring the Internet in the hopes of finding some new recipes to add to our rotation, I decided that there are relatively few vegetarian meal plans that actually work for the whole family. It’s time I change that.
I have a kitchen confession to make: I do not own a microwave. What started out as a personal challenge morphed into a lifestyle change that I’m… Read more “Election Day Death By Chocolate: The Best Brownie Pie Recipe Ever”
A recipe named after the World War One-era French 75 mm field gun, it’s tart and refreshing-I use vodka in mine since we always seem to have Tito’s on hand, but using gin is truer to the original recipe and just as delicious.