These BBQ chicken nachos with cilantro-lime crema are tangy, cheesy, and delicious. With melty cheese, guacamole, and slices of fresh jalapeños, these nachos are perfect for a movie night or game day!Continue reading “BBQ Chicken Nachos with Cilantro-Lime Crema”
Marinated butter beans with vegetables, rosemary, garlic, and a quick vinaigrette. served over whole wheat toast for a light, delicious dinner!Continue reading “Marinated White Beans with Toast”
A quick and easy beer cheese fondue made with white cheddar cheese, Bavarian lager, and spicy mustard. Plus, fun Super Bowl snack ideas!Continue reading “Beer Cheese Fondue + Super Bowl Snacks!”
Homemade fruit and nut crisps made with just a few pantry staples + the most delicious whipped feta with za’atar + lemon!Continue reading “Homemade Fruit and Nut Crisps + Za’atar Whipped Feta”
Doughy, seedy soft pretzels served with rich bleu cheese mustard. This is the third recipe of my Valentine’s series dedicated to my cutie boyfriend, Marc.Continue reading “Seedy Soft Pretzels + Bleu Cheese Mustard”
Pigs in a Blanket with Everything Seasoning & Parmesan are served with harissa ketchup and bourbon mustard for an elevated Superbowl favorite. These are honestly the best pigs in a blanket I’ve ever tasted!Continue reading “Pigs in a Blanket with Everything Seasoning & Parmesan”
I originally posted a recipe for lefse in 2015, but I decided to update my post this year with my great-grandma’s recipe! It’s 100% the best lefse I have ever had. Also, you may notice some older pictures mixed in with the new ones. On one hand, I really wanted some new, pretty pictures of my lefse. but on the other hand, I love the old photos of my brother and I making it together. Enjoy the rare blonde-college-era Sara pics 😉
Tempura fried cheese curds are my favorite happy-hour or game night snack! They’re lightly crunchy and perfect with spicy & garlicky Sriracha mayo.
Combining two classic Middle Eastern recipes, zhoug hummus is creamy, spicy, super flavorful, and literally takes less than 5 minutes to throw together. Serve it with flatbread and fresh veggies for an easy snack or lunch!
Growing up, one of my all-time favorite things to do was spend the night at my grandparent’s house. My grandma and I would sew, take a ride in the golf cart, and have tea parties. My grandpa would buy me ice cream and take me to breakfast after church on Sunday mornings. Whatever sports game he was watching would blare throughout the house, and every time I smell Listerine, I think of my grandpa. He has a green comb that he keeps on a side table next to his recliner. My grandma has a violin hanging on a velvet backdrop across the room. My grandparents have lived in this house my whole life, and it’s still one of my most comforting, happy places. Continue reading “Everything Bagel Popcorn”