Never buy salad dressing again

Okay, obviously not never, but I’ve recently discovered the joys of making your own salad dressing. It’s fresher, you know exactly what the ingredients are, and this honey dijon one I’ve been making has been turning straight up arugula and romaine into really good side salads for dinner. Ingredients 1/3 cup olive oil 3 tbsp…

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Sheet Pan Magic: Harissa Chicken Recipe

Weeknight Kitchen with Melissa Clark might be one of the best things that’s happened to me this month. (I mean, it’s only early September). But real talk, I very much appreciate easy recipe ideas, and the first episode is this mouthwatering Harissa Chicken with potatoes, leeks, and yogurt. YUM. You can get the recipe and…

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How to Make Corn Risotto

I came across this recipe on the Feed Feed and it’s actually the first I’ve tried from their site. Below is my version with some slight tweaks because I found the original recipe too heavy on the coconut. Corn Risotto originally caught my eye because I LOVE corn. So I prefer this dish to be…

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White Chocolate Walnut Cookies

One of the best parts about getting a sweet tooth craving is knowing you can make your own snack. The other night I had a real hankering for cookies and was about to drive over to Trader Joe’s or Wholefoods when my husband asked if we had ingredients to bake our own because, in his…

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The Julienne Bowl

Who else agrees that meal prepping for work lunches can be a struggle? The husband and I typically rely on salad kits from Trader Joe’s and dress them up by adding our own ingredients to the base, like tempeh, avocado, and a boiled egg. But salads can get tiring, right? I’ve had many conversations with…

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