I have been craving tacos tacos tacos lately and finally decided to make some for breakfast. I heard great things about Siete Foods' Cassava and Chia Tortillas, so I pulled the plug.....and it was SO GOOD.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It gives me the energy I need to start my morning, and a good, filling one will keep cravings and hunger at bay until lunch time. Acai bowls are packed with all the superfood properties and are incredibly easy to pull together, contrary to what you may believe.
Lately, I've been making efforts to reduce the amount of waste we use. When we moved to San Francisco, we were told that we had to compost (you need 3 bins: trash, recycle, and compost bins - with the TRASH bin as your SMALLEST bin) and I was ALL ABOUT IT.
Because dairy and I are NOT friends, I have always used a nut milk in everything. Usually, almond milk is my go-to because of it's availability practically everywhere. I've found a cashew milk recipe that I absolutely love
Happy New Year! I am fully recovered from the holiday cooking and eating, so here's a healthy, satisfying breakfast that you can whip up real quick.
Sick? Cold? Hangry? This hearty and nourishing lentil stew recipe is easy, cooks up fast, and is extremely satisfying.
This past November, my sweet man took me to New Mexico for a couple days of relaxation and spiritual healing. Best birthday surprise!
It's getting cold in the Bay (48 degrees in the Am!) and even colder on the East Coast (snow?!), so I am looking back on warmer days and delicious summer meals
I love meal prepping!!!! *Pumps fists in air* I like that feeling of accomplishment, however small it may seem. And it makes it extremely easy to just grab food and go during the hectic work week
Took me months to write about my big East Coast to West Coast move in June, but here I am!
I love kimchi. I really really love kimchi. Did you know it's insanely amazing for gut health? Eat this and enjoy the powers of a yummy probiotic.
Celebrated my honey's birthday in Palm Beach and Miami this April.
Last week, I stopped by my dear friend Lindsey's place to cook up a storm and chat about cookbooks and drink honey tea and laugh. A lot.
Nothing like leftover prime cuts of steak from last night's fancy dinner for breakfast. I devoured my food....within seconds. Because. It was good. Real good.
Time flew by during my time in Paris. And honestly? What can I say about Paris that hasn't already been said?
Chicken is probably my least favorite meat. I don't know why. Just not into it. But anyway. I defrosted some drumsticks and instead of going for the usual olive oil + seasoning method, I changed it up. This recipe consists of THREE INGREDIENTS. JUST THREE Y'ALL.
I've been on a smoothie kick ever since my lovely little KitchenAid blender arrived. Since I honestly do NOT like to eat salads these days, I have relegated to DRINKING them. So. Yeah. I like salads in smoothie form.
This recipe was recommended by a co-worker and is an adaption of Giada de Laurentiis' version. Be prepared to make larger batches if you live with a boy who will eat it all and make you sad.
I had to get rid of some things in our fridge so the arrival of a new food processor was the perfect time to use up all the parsley and spinach we had. I grabbed my NY Times Cookbook for a meatball recipe and found a simple one, although I'd probably change it up in the future.
Pina coladas, cuban coffee, dancing the night away, pool daze, beachside tanning, etc. Miami is a ride all right.