I love salt and pepper tofu, and I love it even more when I can cook up a healthy version with very little hands-on work!
You can make this ginger and coconut ice cream float with or without booze. Either way, it’s a delicious treat!
I love a baby finger food recipe that can feed me and my husband, too. This oatmeal muffin fit the bill perfectly!
Need some Super Bowl party food recipes for game day? I’ve got your dips, spreads, and finger foods covered, y’all.
Gnocchi soup is so hearty and filling on a chilly winter evening, and I was super pleased with this recipe!
After beating the stomach bug last week, I wanted to make something warm and comforting for supper. White bean soup was just right!
When Trader Joes came to Atlanta, I was excited about cheap wine and a wonderland of inexpensive vegan snacks. Now that the initial shininess is past, though, I’m not sure that I’m super jazzed about TJs!
Hot buttered rum is a strong, steamy cocktail to warm you up all the way down to your toes, and this version doesn’t have any actual butter!
Mashed potatoes are a staple food in our house, and I can’t believe that I haven’t formally written down my mashed potato recipe before now!
Have you guys gotten a chance to try my sweet orange and rosemary shrub? I liked is so much that I decided to create another shrub recipe for today!
My friends and I do a soup swap about once a year, and it’s always so lovely to have a freezer full of delicious soups during the chilly months.
I am not actually a big fan of new year’s resolutions, but I am a fan of treating the new year as a chance to start healthy habits. For me, the difference between a resolution and a habit is huge, and it’s important. A New Year’s resolution is something sort of vague like “eat healthier” or “lose weight,” but a habit is something that you commit to practicing on a regular basis until it becomes as much a part of your life as brushing your teeth in the morning. I want to help you make a daily green smoothie part of your routine.