Cozy sweater weather calls for a comforting (and seasonal) bowl of this white pumpkin sage soup.
I don’t always choose to make things as “easy as apple pie.” Part of me likes to bend and twist things so I can feel like it’s my own. Simplicity is nice and all, but I love the intricacies you can unveil within the minimal space. That’s how I ended up with this Jaggery Ginger Open Apple Pie.
Any recipe that starts with butter, sugar, and cream is usually a dietary turn-off, but, believe me, these Cranberry Chocolate Carmelitas with Vanilla Rose Caramel are worth the extra mile run or Zumba class.
This Smoky Garlic Hummus is something you can put on burgers, dunk veggies into, or straight up eat plain out of the bowl!
There is nothing better than the feeling of a warm bowl full of homemade roasted chicken noodle soup cupped in your hands. It’s one of my favorite ways to beat the winter chills!
Sometimes putting together the unexpected is actually the most beautiful combination. I feel like that’s the case for my Bay Scallops & Rigatoni in Smoked Pecan Garlic Pumpkin Sauce pasta.
There’s nothing like an herby brown butter sauce on a perfectly seared flank steak to make your day better. Serve this as an appetizer to impress your loved ones!
Last week, I was in Lisbon, Portugal for one of the most beautiful wedding weekends. Of course, while there, I HAD to indulge in all this lovely city’s food.
Every now and then, I like to take a break from all-things-meat and fill up on fresh produce. One of my favorite ingredients to experiment with is veggie noodles. You can cook them up in so many ways and, even better, they can make you feel less guilty about your pad thai and pho addiction.
I’ve been getting some requests for how to make quick and easy meals and, while this Cinnabon Granola Cluster recipe involves a little more effort, it ends up making future meals quick and easy.
That’s right, I decided to put a vegan spin on a Nashville staple: hot chicken. Hopefully the locals don’t yell, “blasphemy!” at me.
You can do more than make banana bread when you’ve got a bunch of overripe bananas. Try making these simple, but flavor-packed brownies instead!