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Southwest Veggie Soup

This is a simplified version of my Chicken Tortilla Soup that I posted on a few years ago. We make this a lot when we know we have a full day to watch… Continue reading

Rainbow Rice

This rice is jam-packed with flavor and is delicious with just about everything! Brown rice is kicked up with cayenne and then tossed with garlic, bell pepper, scallions, corn + cilantro. It’s a… Continue reading

Barley Casserole with Tahini Dressing

This yummy casserole is the perfect comfort food for these bitterly cold winter nights. It’s filling + crazy full of flavor but it’s also a healthier option to most casserole dishes. This is… Continue reading

Greek Yogurt Dill Sauce

I think I mentioned this dip a couple summers ago in one of my Instalife posts but after making it over the weekend I realized I never shared the recipe with you! This stuff… Continue reading

Stuffed Pepper Dip

I wanted to get you all a great tailgating recipe as we headed in to a weekend of good NFL + College Football match ups! There is a restaurant called The Liberty Hound… Continue reading

Greek Quinoa Salad with Garlic Shrimp

I feel like between our work schedule, traveling for the holiday weekends and all the other craziness that summer brings, we have been doing so little cooking lately! Once we got back from… Continue reading

Easy Weeknight Pasta Bake

Now that fall is officially here and the weather is starting to make a turn for colder temperatures,  I notice that we are craving more comforting things for dinner. I have been making… Continue reading

Quinoa Salad

Since you all have been loving my Kale & Quinoa Patty recipe (get it HERE), I wanted to share another one of my favorite quinoa recipes. This salad is AMAZING for the end… Continue reading

Summer Squash & Lemon Risotto with Crab

My husband’s coworker was sweet enough to send him home last week with beautiful summer squash from her neighbor’s garden. When decided what to make for our big weekend dinner I knew I… Continue reading

Artichoke & Spinach Pesto

As summer is starting to wind down, we all need some great recipes to use up our basil plants and while a plain basil pesto is a great option, this recipe is even… Continue reading

Shrimp with Heirloom Tomato Confit

I mentioned in my last Instalife post (see it HERE) that our grocery store has the most amazing organic shrimp right now so we’ve been making a lot of dishes with it. After… Continue reading

Baked Brown Sugar Drumsticks with Roasted Red Pepper Dipping Sauce

We started making these back in the spring and they are so good that it’s turned in to our go-to dinner when we don’t feel like coming up with something new. There’s so… Continue reading

Buffalo Hummus

Hummus is fantastic because it’s a healthy, high-protein snack that’s super easy to make yourself. Once you have a “base” it’s fun to play around with extra ingredients to make different flavors. This… Continue reading

Roast Provençal Chicken

This recipe first caught my eye while reading Bon Appétit on the plane to Miami and then I forgot about it until we got back. They had a whole section of recipes perfect… Continue reading

Kale & Quinoa Patties

I found a version of this recipe on Pinterest + couldn’t wait to try it as I love quinoa + kale but had never tried them together in a recipe. I made these for dinner the… Continue reading

Scallops with Fennel Puree & Summer Vegetables

When I first started eating seafood  (which really wasn’t until the last few years) scallops were one of my favorite things to make. They take so little time to cook and they can… Continue reading

Basic Risotto

After taking it easy the last couple of days and sleeping for twelve straight hours last night (seriously!), I am finally starting to feel like a normal human being since catching this cold!… Continue reading

Mushroom Barley Soup

. I hope this post finds all of my fellow east-coasters safe and dry as Sandy makes her rounds! If you still have time to get out before it hits or if you’re… Continue reading

Eggplant “Pasta”

My husband and I got really in to this season of the Next Food Network Star. I think the new format made it more competitive and really enjoyable to watch. After a few… Continue reading

Anniversary Dinner: Fish Course

A couple of years ago my parents got me a deluxe box set of Julia Child’s Mastering the Art of French Cooking books for Christmas.  I love it for the obvious reason that… Continue reading