Anyone who knows me knows that I have a crazy addiction to watermelon. A watermelon a day keeps the doctor away? Well… I wish that was true!
So it’s absolutely not weird that I would be the person to put watermelon on the grill! This recipe below is the perfect dessert or side dish to any grilled meat and BBQ. It’s refreshing, yet caramelized flavor, pairs perfectly with the fattiness and juiciness of any meat.
So what’s this big trend around Spaghetti Squash? This gorgeous yellow squash is available year-round in most grocery stores and can be considered both a summer or winter squash. By adding this vegetable to your table, you will easily get hooked on this delicious treat and the several health benefits it can bring to your body.
That moment you realize you may have waited a little too long shed that winter coat and jump into that new tiny bikini… this summer squash might just be a life saver! With only 42 calories and 10 carbs in a 1-cup serving of cooked spaghetti squash, this vegetable is a safe addition to any diet!
Being an absolute crazy pickle lover, I will never really understand people who don’t like pickles. Not to mislead you into thinking I do not have pickle hating friends… I do. Before the burger can even touch the table they are throwing all their pickles my way… I mean c’mon, it cant get much better than that!
This weekend it was my goal to dive into learning how to pickle some of these delicious summer veggies, without necessarly having to learn how to/buy the equipment to can.
Quick pickling is also a brilliant solution for preserving an assortment of vegetables from the market or your garden. It also gives you the freedom to get a little creative with the different types and quanities of herbs and spices! I highly recommend all my pickle lovers to give it a try for themselves! Read more
Summer means Famers Markets and beautiful fresh produce, so why not celebrate with a few of my favorite healthy salad recipes! Check out these 4 quick and simple recipes below and feel free to get a little creative with your own favorite ingredients! Read more
There’s nothing better than seeing fresh organic spring ingredients at the grocery store, especially when majority of these vegetables have such a short season. You really know spring has sprung when you see ramps! Ramps are sometimes called wild leeks or spring onions, look like scallions, but they’re smaller and slightly more delicate.
So here’s a quick salad to celebrate these beautiful Spring flavors!
I am about ready for these teaser 70 degree “summer days” to turn into the real deal! Last week I enjoyed this delicious grilled flatbread with a glass of red wine on my rooftop, and this week I am battling through the rain in my winter coat on my way to work…
Here is a recipe for one of my favorite vegetarian flatbreads made on the grill in hopes of warmer weather! Enjoy!
Whenever I make a stop back home, I can always expect to leave with an assortment of mismatched groceries from my parent’s fridge. “Maddie do you want hummus… raspberries… wonton wrappers… or zucchini to take with you…?” My mom yells upstairs. Of course I agree to taking everything with me. Sunday grocery shopping in the city might just be the WORST. I’m then left with the misleading challenge of creating meals from my Chopped mystery ingredient basket…
I will say, one of my greatest talents has to be creating dishes from nothing, this recipe being the aftermath of one of those situations. I was left with hummus, wonton wrappers, and craved something fried. Voila! The spicy garlic wontons came to life!
I am not going to lie, the macarons pictured are definitely my 2nd attempt! This French dessert is incredibly easy to prep, but very tricky when it comes to the baking process! The first batch I had made with my roommate, the batter looked beautiful, but cracked in the oven at 325 degrees.
My 2nd try I lowered the heat to 300 degrees while rotating the pan and they came out great, so I will spare you the head ache and two eggs!