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A few weeks ago, my husband and I celebrated St. Patrick’s Day the proper way — with food. And though almost a month has past, I just had to share the delicious casserole I created. I found this awesome recipe … Continue reading
I’m seeing green, but, unfortunately, it isn’t from the the grass peeking through snow. We just celebrated St. Patrick’s Day, and what better way to do it than with a shamrock shake? McDonald’s might have a yummy version, but give … Continue reading
I’m in the food grey zone: I really want to see the colors of spring in salads and lighter dishes, but the bitter cold and snow also have me craving hearty meals. So, I whipped up the tried-and-true meal that … Continue reading
Who says we can’t eat pumpkin in the middle of winter? This is especially true if chocolate is involved. I made these back in November for Vegansgiving, a local vegan Thanksgiving potluck. (Hence why there isn’t a photo — they … Continue reading
The holiday parties have begun, and so begin the many ideas I have for dishes to make. I never know what to bring to a party: Something simple, easy to transport but adventurous and delicious at the same time. Pinterest … Continue reading
Casseroles are one of my favorite dishes to make. They are usually super easy and there is no need to clean the dish after dinner is served. Just plop a lid on it, and store it away in the fridge! … Continue reading
The leaves are falling, the air is becoming crisp, and it is time for kale. I love kale. It has recently become a fad food, but I began my love of kale a few years back. There is something awesome … Continue reading