Any chance I get to enjoy some BBQ, my “go to” choice is the Pulled Pork! I love the fact that I can really just slather on that BBQ sauce and get it on every last bite. I mean let be honest… I was the girl to dip her french fries, chicken, and just about everything in it.
Ever since I can remember, I’ve grown up eating Al & Joes Italian Subs in Franklin Park when I visited my Grandma.
It was just the best unwrapping that oily paper and digging in to the delicious layers of Italian meat and cheese! So recently, I’ve been determined to replicate those amazing flavors and after a few attempts, I think I might have just nailed it!
Check it out and let me know!
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!
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 work with a restaurant group in Chicago, that has an amazing Asian restaurant called Sunda with a “Build Your Own Ramen” option for lunch. I’m telling you I eat it about twice a week it’s so delicious and perfect for the chilly weather!
These beautiful ramen dishes really inspired me to dive into Asian flavors and fusion. Not only was the ramen in general addicting, but to me it was the miso broth that really stole the show.
Nothing is better than a dinner that takes less than 25 minutes to make and eat! You’ll honestly probably spend more time peeling the shrimp than it actually takes to make this recipe. Not only simple to make, but the combination of these fresh flavors create a hearty but healthy meal.