Roasted asparagus is a classic spring side dish, perfect for hosting an Easter meal or having friends over! This post contains affiliate links, which means I get a few cents (at no extra cost to you) if you book or buy something via that link. This helps me keep costs down and posts up! All images copyright… Read More Classic Roasted Asparagus
Frittatas make fantastic breakfasts or dinners. This quick and easy frittata recipe is simple, easy to customize, and perfect for a weeknight meal or hosting brunch with the girls! The links here contain affiliate links, which means I get a few cents (at no extra cost to you) if you book or buy something via that… Read More Quick and Easy Frittata
This kale and pomegranate salad is the perfect transition meal after the holidays: it’s flavorful and fun, but also good for you!
Thanksgiving is THIS WEEK, y’all!!! Have you planned your meal yet? We’re not hosting, so I’m only bringing a few things. But when Logan asked me to whip up something for his office Thanksgiving party, my mind immediately went to glazed carrots.
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!
Can you believe that Thanksgiving is TWO WEEKS AWAY??? Someone please tell me how this happened. I didn’t even realize it was November. That being said, I love Thanksgiving. My family doesn’t have a ton of traditions, but Thanksgiving is our most traditional holiday – it’s usually at my parents’ house, with more family members… Read More Thanksgiving Vegetable Casserole
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