This antipasto tortellini pasta salad features al dente cheese tortellini, chickpeas, fresh mozzarella, sundried tomatoes, veggies, basil, and creamy Italian dressing. It’s the perfect side dish for BBQs or a quick and easy picnic lunch!Continue reading “Antipasto Tortellini Pasta Salad”
Refreshing, summery watermelon salad with salty feta cheese, juicy white nectarines, peppery arugula, fresh basil, and a drizzle of homemade balsamic glaze.Continue reading “Watermelon Salad with Feta & Nectarines”
This homemade cornbread stuffing with sausage and sage is the Thanksgiving dish I dream about all year long. With shallots and lots of fresh herbs, it’s flavorful, super easy to throw together, and reheats like a dream!Continue reading “Cornbread Stuffing with Sausage & Sage”
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”
Crispy brussels sprouts are roasted until lightly charred and served with fried shallots, bacon, and Dijon Vinaigrette.Continue reading “Crispy Brussels Sprouts with Fried Shallots, Bacon, & Dijon Vinaigrette”
An autumnal farro salad with roasted acorn squash, kale, pomegranate, hazelnuts, feta, and za’atar lemon vinaigrette.Continue reading “Farro Salad with Acorn Squash, Kale, + Pomegranate”
Spring panzanella salad with asparagus, peas, prosciutto, and a tangy lemony-garlic dressing. Bonus: This salad only takes 30 minutes and one pan!Continue reading “Spring Panzanella Salad”
This Thanksgiving, skip the time-consuming casseroles and soggy cauliflower. Turmeric & Za’atar roasted carrots are a perfectly spiced side dish that only takes about five minutes of prep!
Guferati is a spicy, earthy green bean dish originating from India. The recipe requires one pan and takes less than ten minutes to cook. I like to eat it with lots of curry and naan!
I just got back from Vegas, and it was hot as f%^#*@((%. I totally forgot what Vegas summer is like, and I think I almost died. There is no escape. It’s like being under a blowdryer. It’s that feeling of when you open the oven and it burns your face. It’s like your body is turning to dust and also you’re pouring a waterfall of sweat at the same time. But!!! I had so much fun. I got to go shopping with my grandma and spent probably three days worth of work on sandals. My grandpa took me to breakfast at the golf club on multiple occasions. I went to the second tiki bar of my life (the first being in Bergen, Norway, fun fact), and I drank all kinds of rum drinks and laughed with my friends. Then, I woke up with my first Vegas hangover. I breathed in a whole lot more cigarette smoke than I have ever wanted to. I also got lost in my own hometown, and I was offended. When did Vegas change the roads?? And, I found a lovely specialty coffeeshop near my childhood home, which didn’t even open until after I moved away! Continue reading “Thai Cucumber Salad”