This delicious chicken recipe is lemony, herby and the perfect pairing for any dinner. Slice and serve over a salad or pasta dish or with a side of veggies. Once you've made this once this chicken recipe will be an easy dinner staple.
Risotto is by far one of my favorite dishes. Now that it's officially cold in North Florida this will grace our dinner table many times over the winter season. It's actually quite simple to make even though it seems daunting at first. This is a great 'beginners risotto' as it's done in the oven, so you don't need to stir it on the stovetop for an hour. Have a go at it, you'll see just how simple it is to make this decadent dish. Bon Appétit!
Leftover champagne from New Years Eve? I've got you covered. This is one of those dishes that looks complicated and sophisticated, something that is found on the menu at every fancy Italian restaurant... not something you'd dare make at home, right? Soooo wrong. It's extremely affordable, ridiculously easy and absolutely delicious. Grab that left over Champagne (or white wine or beer, this recipe is very forgiving) and let me teach you how to make something truly delicious. Mangia! Let's Eat!
Tis the season of slow cooked meals, chilis, stews and soups. This pumpkin chili is an absolute delight to the palette. Don't let the pumpkin fool you, it's both subtle and enticing at the same time. Bon appetit!
In Traditional Chinese Medicine we believe some foods are 'blood builders' which make them ideal for certain body types, situations and times of year. With that theory in mind this soup is the ultimate "blood builder" to nourish and support you during the Fall & Winter seasons. It's no wonder we intuitively crave certain foods as the temperatures start to dip. This soup is famously easy to make and absolutely delicious.
It's been so dry this past month, we desperately needed the rain. Then out of nowhere the skies opened up for us, glorious rain storms, thick dark clouds dripping with fat droplets and a symphony of frogs to sing their gratitude. This weather is so peaceful. It makes me want to turn inward and reflect, cuddle up and just be. This weather brings about a certain nostalgia, one of tomato soup and grilled cheese sandwiches. What is it about tomato soup and the rain? They're simply the perfect pair.
Mother's Day is just upon us and I can't think of a more perfect cake to celebrate mom with. This cake is light, just sweet enough and bright with notes of lemon zest. The best part? You probably have most of these ingredients in your home! This cake was a staple in our household and still is. When I'm feeling nostalgic or homesick it's these recipes that bring me back to my roots that I lean on. Now get your fork ready and dive into this delicious and perfectly mom-worthy classic sponge!
Cupping is a POWERFUL healing tool that nourishes the tissues, detoxifies and reduces stagnation. This is a great addition to your wellness practices!
What day is it? Do you even wear regular clothes anymore or have you just embraced pajamas? Don't worry... this soup won't pull you away from your very busy schedule of binge watching Netflix for too long. It's one of the fastest soups you'll ever make and it's packed with a hearty amount of vitamin A, Vitamin K, B vitamins, potassium and fiber. Get ready to cuddle with a big bowl of this perfectly spiced soup as you hit 'next episode' on your 4th consecutive hour of binging Netflix. I mean - quarantine life, am I right?
Celery is so underrated. It is often used to as the ultimate side-kick, the supporting role to all other vegetables. But if you start to pay it a little attention you'll quickly realize it's more than just a mineral dense green stalk. It's a delightful vegetable that has floral, sweet and salty notes to it. This baby is standing front and center - ready to debut just how delightful and tantalizing it can be. With the right spices, this green stalk makes a surprisingly divine soup that is bright and uplifting!