A super simple summer salad with the sweet crunch of corn, juicy tomatoes, and the protein-punch of edamame.
Pizza night is all about the easy and cheesy around here. Well, not always the cheesy – after all, pizzas made individual style can have whatever you want (or don’t want) on them. That – and the imperfection of it all – is the beauty of it!
Stir up a few simple ingredients the night before and breakfast is waiting the next day! This version of overnight oats amps up the protein (and deliciousness) with a dollop of peanut butter. So handy to have a few jars of these waiting in the fridge – or, when we’re camping, the ice chest!
A sharp knife and steady hand along with some patience is really all it takes for crispy oven-baked zucchini chips.
Welcome to our small kitchen pantry organization project, our first official kitchen renovation project! This summer, we’re working on revamping our kitchen for only $5000. This pantry project ate up about $250 of that budget...
Slow-roasting cherry tomatoes brings out such sweet, intense flavor. Mixed with tons of roasted garlic and fresh basil, then spooned over garlicky golden toasts, this bruschetta is familiar yet special.
Juicy-sweet strawberries elevate caprese into something even more special (yes, it’s possible!)
When you picture a side dish made of beans, you might not necessarily think of meat. But there it is – bacon, ham – lurking in baked bean recipes at neighborhood barbecues everywhere. Cue Jaws music. So what’s...
My favorite summer breakfast! Cool, hearty, and nourishing – with this easy formula, you can make your own muesli exactly how you like it.
You may have noticed I’m posting a bit less around here. And you’d be noticing right! I’ve pretty much cut back to one new blog post per week – but just for the summer....
Did you know you could grill cheese – as in, cheese, directly on the grill?! Halloumi has an incredibly high melting point, making it perfect for grilling. The result is a warmed, salty, chewy-hard cheese perfect for all kinds of uses. Here’s how to do it.
Grilled halloumi makes an incredible base for bruschetta – no bread needed! If you prefer lower-carb fare, this is THE appetizer for you.