Bulgur Tomato Frittata with Feta

This post was originally published on this site I realize that by mid-September, the feel of fall is in the air. The temperatures are dropping, the trees are just beginning to change, and we’ve had months of summer produce. And yet, here I am, sharing a tomato recipe. I actually find this time of year […]

Grilled Summer Veg Bowl with Kidney Beans

This post was originally published on this siteThis is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of BUSH’S® Beans. All opinions are 100% mine. Beyond the obvious (grains), there are a few rules I have for grain bowls. The first: get a solid protein. I’m using BUSH’S® Organic Kidney Beans for this bowl but […]

Kitchen Reveal (with before and afters!)

This post was originally published on this site This post is sponsored by GE Appliances. There are certain facts you probably don’t know about me that I like to occasionally drop. Today’s fun facts: I love a good before and after photo. I’m obsessed really. Also, I had a brief stint my freshman year of […]

Late Summer Pasta with Cream Sauce

This post was originally published on this site If you follow me on instagram, this recipe might look familiar. If you don’t, you’re missing out! Occasionally I share new recipes and videos on instagram-only but as I way for people to not fully miss out, I’ll be sharing these recipes occasionally on the site. This […]

Tomato Rice Pilaf with Chickpeas

This post was originally published on this site This post is sponsored by Lundberg Family Farms. September is still for Tomatoes I always find it funny that in September, talk turns to fall and all the produce that comes with it. I too am ready for cooler weather but I’m not ready to give up […]

Summer Veg Nachos with Black Beans

This post was originally published on this site This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of BUSH’S® Beans. All opinions are 100% mine. Is there anything better than a plate full of crispy tortilla chips smothered in cheese? There is! It’s a plate with tortilla cheese, smothered in cheese then loaded with […]

Cherry Tomato Cream Sauce with Parmesan

This post was originally published on this site This is a silly recipe but it’s delicious and therefore, I’m sharing it. I’m always tweaking my pasta sauce recipes and this one came out by accident one day when I was attempting to use burst tomatoes in another fashion. When that didn’t go according to plan, […]

Bulgur Cucumber Salad with Basil and Chili Oil

This post was originally published on this site This salad is what happens when you have just a small bit of grains leftover from dinner the night before. Cool, crisp cucumbers are paired with bulgur and an easy chili-oil. Easily multiply this recipe to feed more. I love it served with some corn fritters and […]

Chili Green Bean and Egg Spring Rolls

This post was originally published on this site Post sponsored by Pete and Gerry’s Organic Eggs. See below for more details. What’s my favorite summer food? Anything portable as I feel like I’m always on the move! These spring rolls are packed with cooked green beans, herby noodles, and to bring it all together, fried […]

Sweet Corn Soup with Hazelnut-Dill Garnish

This post was originally published on this site I don’t have much to write about this soup other than it’s one of my favorite simple recipes. It’s hard for me to go complicated with summer produce. Between the fresh taste of everything and the heat outside, everything stays minimal. In terms of the soup, if […]

Grilled Pear and Halloumi Skewers with Chili Sauce

This post was originally published on this site This post is in partnership with California Pears. See below for more information. There’s nothing like lighting up the grill in summer, especially because there’s so many delightful fruits and vegetables to put over the fire. These skewers showcase the best. Salty, grillable cheese paired with fresh […]

Vegetarian Tomato Recipes

This post was originally published on this site If I ever had to describe what I thought summer tasted like, it would be a slice of fresh tomato with a solid sprinkle of salt on top. That is summer. I also tell people that if they ever wanted to know why eating in season is […]

Smoked Farro Plum Salad

This post was originally published on this site This post is sponsored by Bob’s Red Mill. See below for more information. Is there anything better than a fresh salad during the hot summer months? No, at least not in my book. Even better is a salad that uses the delightful stone fruit. It’s a salad […]

Ginger Miso Green Beans

This post was originally published on this site I’ve been sharing more recipes on instagram as a way of testing out what people might like to see as more permanent on the site. But, these green beans were actually more of my favorite. I love the ginger/miso/butter combination. I feel like I could eat it […]

Sweet Corn Polenta with Baked Beans

This post was originally published on this site This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of BUSH’S® Beans. All opinions are 100% mine. There’s a distinct smell to my Grandmother’s very blue kitchen that I remember: Baked Beans. Thinking back, I feel like nearly every time I went over to her house, […]

Olive Pesto Pasta with Breadcrumbs

This post was originally published on this site As the site ages, I’m attempting to go through and update/retest some of the recipes I believe should have some staying power. These are the recipes I’ve love. This olive pesto pasta came about as a fluke, a dinner desperation. Ever since then, this pasta has become […]

Spinach Quesadillas with Spiced Pinto Beans

This post was originally published on this site I’m finding myself away from home throughout the day more, which means dinner needs to happen in about 15 minutes. I’m relying on family favorites that I can easily make without fuss. These spinach quesadillas are at the top of my list. Often I’ll make a larger […]

Pea Pasta with Shallot Cream Sauce

This post was originally published on this site Over the past few weeks, I’ve posted a couple times about this pasta on instagram. I have a similar summer pasta but everyone seemed extremely interested in this spring pea version. I love this pasta. The sauce is kind of heavy but there’s just enough to coat […]

Marinated Halloumi Skewers with Summer Veg and Chipotle-Lime Peanut Sauce

This post was originally published on this site This post is sponsored by the National Peanut Board. I received compensation, but all opinions and content are my own. Chances are, during the summer, I’m grilling halloumi skewers once a week. There’s nothing like putting fire to vegetables and cheese. I love the charred flavor and […]

Crispy Tofu Bowls with Sesame Bok Choy

This post was originally published on this site I love a good rice bowl and I’m finding that more often than not, I’m most happy when it’s topped with vegetables and a handful of crispy tofu. This recipe is a solid addition to your weeknight meals. Bok Choy Bok choy is one of my favorite […]

Cream Cheese Roll-ups with Crepes and Vegetables

This post was originally published on this site Post sponsored by Bob’s Red Mill. See below for more details. As we prepare for Mack to head to school, I’ve been working on my tiny-finger lunch game. He’s a solid eater but I do like having fun options. Plus, these vegetable crepes aren’t just for kids. […]

19 Vegetarian Lentil Recipes

This post was originally published on this site When it comes to the cheap and easy plant-based bulk bin items, you can’t go wrong with lentils. These powerhouse protein legumes are always on hand at our house. I keep red, green, and either black or French on hand at any given time. Each lentil variety […]

Garlic Roasted Potato and Spinach Salad with Eggs

This post was originally published on this site Spring is a wonderful time to simplify- to throw open the windows, linger a bit longer outside (enjoying the sun), and go back to the basics of cooking. I think it’s easy to get overwhelmed when it comes to recipes. I see some recipes on Pinterest and […]

Asparagus Polenta with Dill-Pistachios and Burrata

This post was originally published on this site This asparagus polenta can be ready in about the time it takes to cook the polenta. It’s also perfect for the still slightly cooler spring evenings. Best of all, it’s highly adaptable for what you already might have on hand. Polenta: your options No matter the season, […]

Kale Egg in a Hole

This post was originally published on this site Post sponsored by Pete and Gerry’s Organic Eggs. See below for more details. Egg in a hole, the most straightforward recipe name When it comes to breakfast, I’m a savory eggs and toast kind of person. Normally I do a simple fry with toast on the side […]

Spring Vegan Recipes for Lunch and Dinner

This post was originally published on this site Beyond the fruits and vegetables at the market, the core recipes I make are cyclical. During the winter months I go heavy. Extra cheese, butter, and more pasta than I care to admit. Then, when spring comes around, I find myself overly craving fresh and loads of […]

Harissa Cauliflower Lentil Stew with Lemon

This post was originally published on this site Lentil Stew: my go to recipe I always feel like I’m never cooking with lentils enough. Sure, we make these lentil bites in some form every couple of weeks. However, for something so cheap and easy, I feel like they should be a one to two times […]

Avocado Egg Sandwich with Hummus

This post was originally published on this site When you live in a household that’s favorite meal is breakfast, creativity knows no bounds. This egg sandwich is the perfect breakfast treat and I’ve even been known to wrap it up and take it on the road. Fried Egg Sandwich: the beginning I love a good […]

Garlicky Beets with Dill Bean Puree

This post was originally published on this site I wish I had a sexier name for this dish but when you start combining things into a dish that really doesn’t have a name like ‘taco’ or ‘grain bowl’, a name with all the ingredients is the best I can do. However, it’s delicious. We’ve eaten […]

Amaranth Porridge with Caramelized Bananas and Pecans

This post was originally published on this site I gravitate towards the savory breakfast, even to the point of eating leftover dinner in place of waffles, pancakes, or sweet porridges. However, sometimes my sweet tooth gets the best of me. Luckily, I can make a mean bowl of breakfast porridge and amaranth is one of […]