Tacos are a delicious way to blend wonderful textures and flavors together. I'd say about four or five years ago I discovered walnut meat and it is an amazing meat substitute! I use it in place of everything you would use a meat style crumble for, spaghetti sauce, sloppy joes, chili and most importantly tacos!
I've started creating videos of myself making meals here and there. The other day I made what I refer to as one of my lazy dinners. If you're interested in a glimpse of what I do in the kitchen, here is your window via video. In this video I made a Beyond Sausage Pita with a cucumber garlic aioli everything is vegan, gluten free and delicious!
I do not make enough smoothies. Every time that I do make them I'm reminded of how delicious and simple they are to make. I had a bunch of strawberries that were sitting in the fridge and I wanted to do something with them, so I decided to make a smoothie.
The other day I was watching an episode of Chopped and one of the ingredients that the chefs had to use from their baskets was a bloody mary. If you've never seen the show before, it's where four chefs compete in a cooking competition and they have to use ingredients presented to them in baskets.
There's something about a chopped salad that just tastes better to me than a normal salad. Don't get me wrong, I love me some salad, but something about the symmetry and food poetry of the chopped salad speaks to me.
Sometimes I dream of pasta, there's something about a plate or bowl full of noodles whether they are simply dressed or dressed to kill that satisfies the soul. I had bruschetta and olives on the brain and decided that I would combine those flavors and make an olive pesto and bruschetta style pasta. Olive Bruschetta... Continue Reading →
This year feels like its' been hurtling past at lightning speed, Thanksgiving has come and gone in the blink of an eye. I'm a wee bit late on getting this recipe up on the site. If you're looking for a sweet and simple cranberry sauce recipe for Christmas this one fits the bill. It's a... Continue Reading →
The last two days it's been snowing here in Michigan. It's been the kind of snow that looks like the inside of a snow globe when you shake it up real good. Nice big powdery snowflakes with a hint of shimmer to em. I've been craving comfort foods as the weather is getting frostier with... Continue Reading →
One of my favorite comfort foods is mashed potatoes. I would eat them on a boat, with a goat, on a plane in the rain, etc. And when I say with a goat, I mean we would be chillen and maybe the Goat's name is Fred and he's wearing some groovy pajamas. This quickly became... Continue Reading →