This installment features the results I got making Chef Cristian Pettita’s Quinoa Salad with Mixed Vegetable, Goat Cheese & Orange Dressing recipe in my tiny kitchen! Continue Reading →
Ring in the New Year with our favorite party food starter recipes from the past year! Continue Reading →
Bite-sized potatoes are stuffed with cheddar cheese and baked till crispy, then topped with a vibrant array of toppings in this healthier spin on a party classic. Continue Reading →
Meyer lemon adds brightness to the fresh, crispy salad atop this fried chicken cutlet. Continue Reading →
Flaky, pan-seared salmon is nestled atop a bed of farro and wilted arugula, then topped with a tangy Brussels sprout salad. A dollop of horseradish sour cream adds the perfect kick! Continue Reading →
I’ve been piecing together odds and ends that are hanging out in the kitchen to make fun lunchtime salads lately. It’s been fun and challenging… and delicious! Continue Reading →
I had some Slow Cooker “Roasted” Beets in the fridge, so I made this tasty and colorful salad for lunch.
The plate was full of great flavors and textures, which is key for a great salad. Continue Reading →
Remember when I figured out how to roast beets without making a big mess or heating up the kitchen by wrapping them in foil and popping them into the slow cooker?
Yeah, I’ve been doing that a lot lately. Continue Reading →
We haven’t made as much fresh juice as we usually do this summer, so we decided to raid the fridge and put something together. I had plans for the greens from a bunch of beets, but didn’t know what I was going to do with the actual beets yet, so we used that as the base. This juice is jam-packed with nutrients, and is bursting with freshness. Continue Reading →
To use some of the beautiful Fresh Blueberry Vinaigrette that I made, I put together a salad for myself for dinner. My (lactose intolerant) husband had to run out to band practice, so I figured I’d celebrate by frying up some goat cheese and drinking wine. It had been a while since I had a massaged kale salad, so I decided to use that as a base. Not that I’m above just consuming fried cheese and wine for dinner, by any means ;). Continue Reading →
Roast your own beets at home with less fuss by using your slow cooker – no need to turn on your oven! Continue Reading →
I love beet chips. They’re nice and sweet and crispy, and when baked, they’re pretty healthy, too. I remembered that I had a few beets buried in my fridge, and I thought that making chips would be the perfect way to use them up. Continue Reading →
I tried kohlrabi for the first time a few weeks ago at the Farmers’ Market. It was really good! It’s nice and crispy, kind of reminiscent of jicama or celery root. I used a mandoline to julienne one giant kohlrabi and 2 pretty big beets. I tossed it with a … Continue Reading →
Don’t toss out those beet greens! This simple side dish recipe only requires 4 ingredients and delivers lots of flavor. Continue Reading →