Chia seeds. I do not know if it happens to be the websites I am looking at, or maybe it is just the new fad in super foods, but chia seeds seem to be popping up EVERYWHERE. So, I thought I’d jump on the bandwagon and see what all the commotion was about.
Need a suggestion for a quick meal? Salmon burgers. At the market the other day I stumbled upon pre-made mango lime salmon burgers. Normally, I am a bit hesitant to try the pre-made food, but these sounded too good to turn down. Mango just happens to be my favorite fruit and I put it on … Continue reading Simply Salmon
Cooking and baking is one of my favorite hobbies. When I found out I was going to be studying in Florence for four months, I was excited to learn about the history and culture of the city, but I was most excited to learn about the pizza, pasta, and gelato. One of the first things … Continue reading A Culinary Experience Abroad
Happy National Pancake Day! In honor of this glorious holiday I’ve decided to compile a list of this delicious creation. Enjoy!
Tis the season for blood oranges! These delicious and super juicy oranges will only be around for a few more weeks so it is time to stock up! Blood oranges, while delicious on their own, go very well when combined with other ingredients. Knowing this, I decided to experiment with the oranges to make a nice … Continue reading Blood Orange Greek Yogurt Chips With A Chocolate Dusting
Spring is almost here!!! (Nine days, but who is really counting!?) Spring means sunshine, flowers, and super yummy food. The root vegetables head back into the ground and the fresh fruit comes out to play! Here’s eight great recipes for you to cook this spring!
Who doesn’t love Irish Soda Bread?!?! With St. Patrick’s Day coming up I thought I would bake up a batch. Although I am partial to the delicious loaf of bread my family normally gets from the local bakery, I decided to make a homemade version.
Fun fact! A pound cake has exactly one pound of butter in it! SUPER healthy right? Pound cake is a delicious and fun dessert! It has such a steady base and can be accompanied by almost any topping. Fruit, chocolate, and whipped cream will all taste great right on top of this treat!
Happy Passover! And to those not celebrating happy Friday! With one more day left of Passover, I thought I would share a classic Passover recipe called charoset. Charoset is a Passover staple and an item that is also featured on the Seder Plate. It is a fruit based spread and can be made in many, many different … Continue reading Mixing Up Passover Charoset
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. I was sent a RawSpiceBaw Spice Blends, but all opinions are my own. If there is one thing you should know about cooking it is that spices are super important. They have the ability to change a dish just by adding a dash of this or that. A few months … Continue reading GREETING FROM JAPAN! WELL, SORT OF. ..
Summer is officially over and pumpkin has TAKEN over. Seriously, it is everywhere. Pumpkin spice latte, pumpkin muffins, pumpkin doughnuts, pumpkin coffee…I think you get the idea.