So it’s been a whole week since we’ve shared a recipe. I think we were getting a little carried away with our daily posts a couple weeks ago. Let’s just relax and enjoy some broccoli with peanut sauce.
Ok, ok, one more. Let’s keep the streak alive and start May the right way. With fish tacos, that is.
Everyone is making avocado toast these days. I wasn’t sure I wanted to get on the bandwagon until I tried it, but I’m so glad I did!
I know you’d never know it from reading my blog, but I promise that I do try to eat food that’s good for me (and not just muffins).
Enough about health food though. Today, I want to share a Chocolate – Chocolate Chip Pound Cake that I tried on a whim one evening. I hate to end a great dinner without something sweet, and if there’s nothing around, you have no choice but to whip something up. One of the best things about baking is that you can almost always concoct something amazing with ingredients you have on hand + Pinterest.
I know that within my own lifetime, food has gone from being a good thing that people generally like and are happy to have around to being SUPER TRENDY. I don’t know who first coined the term “foodie” or published the first food blog, but at this point, everyone knows that food is cool. The icing on the food cake for me was probably the way that Pinterest suddenly made all these foodie websites so available. The result: there are so many amazing food blogs that I’m subscribing to that I can barely keep up with all of them, and I keep discovering new ones that I want to follow! This post is my attempt to reproduce a recipe published by Whole Living Lauren. Buffalo Cauliflower Bites!
I wish I loved vegetables. It’s such a bummer than they’re basically the only foods that are indisputably healthy. No matter what other food you’re talking about, someone will come up with some evidence that you shouldn’t eat it. Meat? Dairy? Even complex carbs get a bad rap from some researchers. It leaves us with just … vegetables.
As much as I complain about winter, there are a couple reasons that I look forward to it. The number one reason is that I love to have an excuse to be comfy – blankets, sweaters, hot cups of tea, etc…