This kale and pomegranate salad is the perfect transition meal after the holidays: it’s flavorful and fun, but also good for you!
With the weather finally turning cold here in Oklahoma, I am all about soup! I love the way soup can warm you from the inside out, so today I’m sharing a few favorite soups I’ve found that are perfect for fall!
I didn’t try red curry until I was in college. My mom is a fantastic cook, but she really hates the smell of curry, so I’d never tried it. I’d had bites of Indian food and liked Pad Thai, but didn’t usually choose it when we went out to eat. I studied abroad in Sydney,… Read More Kitchen Sink Red Curry
Tomato soup is an absolute classic, and what could be better than an easy homemade version?? I grew up on the Campbell’s can, but I love that this version doesn’t have any chemicals – just basic ingredients and a set-it-and-forget-it process!
This fall quinoa stew is cozy, warm and full of comforting fall flavors! Best of all, it’s as easy as chopping sweet potatoes and throwing everything in a slow cooker. We make it a few times a month all fall long, and there’s almost always leftovers of this in the fridge when I don’t know… Read More Slow Cooker Fall Quinoa Stew
Lately we’ve been trying to prep lunches on Sunday: it helps to have one less thing to figure out in the morning, and we’ve both had some early alarm clocks this month! These Greek chicken bowls have been perfect to keep us fed and happy all week long! Marinated chicken paired with just about anything… Read More Greek Chicken Bowls
Happy Monday!! With school kicking off for some and fall routines just around the corner, there’s something I think we should talk about. It’s breakfast. Breakfast always seems to be the meal that defeats people. My own husband hasn’t eaten it in years, except for on vacation. As for me, I’ve been pretty committed to my… Read More Breakfast Round Up