Memorial Day is around the corner and I spent the day grilling outside yesterday to create this delicious Grilled Asian Salmon on one sheet with mustard dressing. It’s super simple and not a lot of prep work. Turns out very flavorful and done in no time. Perfect easy recipe for a sunny weekend. (more…)
If you’ve been following me for a while on Instagram, you probably noticed how much I LOVE TOAST. I will never get bored with eating it, making it and coming up with fun ways to dress it up. From avocado to poached eggs or last night’s leftovers, the possibilities are endless. Mediterranean flavors came to mind when I was thinking of what to top this lovely toast with, so I created a creamy, velvety white bean spread.
When it comes to baking, I like to keep things simple and use fresh and in season ingredients. When I was planning this recipe, there was so much beautiful local rhubarb at my local Fred Meyer, all cute and all sorts of shares of pink and red. So I was excited to make something delicious for you guys. A perfect spring cake that is also gluten free. (more…)
Who is excited for SUMMER? Me, me, me. You know why? Because soon, it will be tomato season, grilling season, berry season and that means we will be eating caprese salads on repeat in our house. Something about the freshness of the salad from the tomatoes and basil and the creaminess of the buffalo mozzarella has me all sorts of giddy. When I was thinking of what to make next to share with you guys, I was in the store brainstorming and the idea came in my head to make burgers.
Hello potato lover! Spring is finally here, seeing all the blooming cherry blossoms, daffodils and so much more has been so inspiring to get cooking on some new ideas for the upcoming holidays.Today’s recipe is for an easy potato appetizer that is also a healthy recipe. Everyone is getting ready for Easter celebrations, so I figured I would come up with a fun new recipe to share with you guys. (more…)
I think when most of us, while sick, crave a good soup? Well, I don’t know about you, but when I am, I crave cozy, simple soups like this Celeriac, Fennel and Sweet Potato soup. Plus all of the cold and rainy days Portland this winter, it has not helped. It comes together so quickly, which in my mind is always a good thing. This soup combines a few of my favorite root veggies and an addition of milk makes this a velvety and smooth in texture. (more…)
I have no idea why I have never made chili before? Maybe because I have tried some before and since I am not a big fan of beans, I tend to avoid eating them. But this chili, OMG it’s the best accidental chili I’ve ever had/made. The first time I experimented with this a few days ago, I was looking for that nice smokey flavor bacon gives and when I was getting the bacon, I saw a nice piece of ham hog and decided to add it in for more of that flavor, match made in heaven. Adding in the organic ground turkey meat and quinoa adds a good healthy option to the chili instead of using beef. Also, adding smoked gouda to top off the chili adds more of that smokey flavor I was going for. (more…)
Who doesn’t love a good lasagna? The only thing not to love about it is how it presented in the dish, but this rolled version solves all of the problems. I figured this might be the perfect Valentines Day meal to make for your family or for a significant other. Plus it is so easy to make and makes for such a pretty presentation.
If you’re looking for a striking side dish or appetizer that will impress your guests, try these Mini Hasselback or Hasselhoff’s as I am starting to call them now. The first time I made these a few weeks ago I was doing an Instagram Live video and accidentally called them Hasselhoffs and that caught on and now that’s what I call them, jokingly. These would be perfect for next weeks Game Day party for sure. These were featured on Food and Wine Instagram account today, so you know they are good. (more…)
Since I started doing my Instagram Live videos a few weeks ago, So many of you have been asking me for my favorite kitchen tools and gadgets that I use. I thought it would be better to put it in writing and give you direct links to all my favorite things that I use in my kitchen. If there is anything I missed, please leave a comment and ask away. I will keep this blog live and continue to add things and update them. For most things I will give you the direct tools that I own and use and some will be on the higher end price, but in my opinion worth it, if you take care of them. (more…)
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