There used to be a sandwich shop in Ridgewood, New Jersey, and my favorite sandwich was the #42. Salami, roasted red pepper, provolone, and aioli. So good. That was the inspiration for this recipe. I hope you love it!Read More
#constantlyvariedgear @constantlyvariedgear #cvgarmy @cvgarmy
I’m so excited! I won a pair of skull food leggings from my favorite activewear company, Constantly Varied Gear, for healthy recipe contributions! I love these things! Perfect for CrossFit, chillaxing, and they’ll be my Animal Kingdom outfit the next time we go for a Dole Whip. Disney ready!
Pork tenderloin is a super lean cut that grills really fast. This tastes and smells wonderful. If you don’t have a grill, don’t let that stop you! Roast it at 425 degrees F to til the internal temp is 145. I’ve roasted it in the oven for a holiday dinner when I was entertaining before. It’s always a winner and silly easy! Hope you love it!Read More
I love the combination of grilled chicken with a little fontina, pesto, asparagus, and tomatoes. Pesto’s traditionally made with pine nuts, but walnuts are cheaper and more nutritious, so I’m going that route. Hope you love it!Read More
Oatmeal and egg make a lovely meatloaf binder and are especially nice if you’re trying to avoid a carb crash! Don’t let the healthier profile fool you, they’re delicious! This makes 12 and if you have any leftover, they make a great found breakfast. It’s always better to find breakfast than make it! Read More
Broccoli Soup. This is my favorite thing to make in the Instant Pot. The original recipe was from The Healthy Meal Prep Instant Pot cookbook. I loved the concept, but it was unseasoned and light on produce. My version tastes a lot like that mall restaurant we all used to know and love, Olga’s. If you know that name, you were probably a teenager in the 80s, too! LOL!
I’ve made two batches in a row a few times so I can fill a few Mason jars to find in the fridge later. So good! Read More
I was in the mood for cold sesame noodles. But I don’t want pasta, so I went with Sesame Spaghetti Squash. Well, Peanut Butter Spaghetti Squash, but that doesn’t have the right ring to it! Read More
#AGoodMealIsHardToFind @AGoodMealIsHardToFind #ArtandPie @ArtandPie #MarthaFoose @MarthaFoose #ChronicleBooks @ChronicleBooks
They had me at the title with this one! I fell deeply in love with O’Connor’s work in a course back in college, and went on to read the whole collection. A Good Meal is Hard to Find: Storied Recipes from the Deep South is rich and storied, too. If you love the tales behind dishes, you’re going to love it. The illustrations are charming! And that’s just the frosting. The dishes are amazing!
I’ll tell you all about the dishes we tried in a minute, but first I wanted to share with you the recipe for THE SUZY B’S SPINACH AND MUSHROOM FRITO PIE. We love Frito Pie and had never heard of a vegetarian version before. It is absolutely amazing. To my shock, I strongly prefer it to the original one. It’s like a cheesy mushroom and spinach dip had a baby with frito pie. Yeah. Go make it now. I hope you love it, too!
We’ve been reading like crazy over quarantine! After the review of this book, I’ll tell you about our book-club for two. Let me know what great reads you’ve found!
#MattMoore @MattMoore #SerialGriller @SerialGriller #hmhco @hmhco
I loved Matt’s book, the South’s Best Butts, so I was psyched to see he had a new book out! First of all, I can’t even with that name!!! 😀 Serial Griller is a fabulous book, with great versions of the tried-and-true dishes you know and love, and some really creative ones to let you flex your grilling muscles! Terrific range. Read More
#KirstenBuck @KirstenBuck #BuckNakedKitchen @BuckNakedKitchen #resolutions #Whole30 #hmhco @hmhco
Buck Naked Kitchen is a fabulous book of healthy fare, frequently following Whole30 guidelines, or easy to modify to fit. Her recipes are delicious, creative, interesting, nutritious, and many are cozy or decadent. Perfect! I want to share her recipe for Chipotle-Rubbed Salmon with Jicama-Mango Salsa with you. It is amazing!! After the recipe, I’ll tell you all about the other dishes I tried in the book. Read More
Hi everybody! I posted about how to break a whole packer brisket into its parts the other day, and there was some interest in breaking down a chicken. In this one, I’ll show you my favorite chicken breakdown – Spatchcocking! You can use the same technique on your Thanksgiving turkey! And it really accentuates Ms. Bird’s thighs! Read More