Valentine’s Day is next week and while a box of chocolates and flowers might earn you some points, you’ll definitely score with this homemade baked s’mores recipe.
Is it just me, or can you drink like 8 mango lassis every time you go to Indian food also? I just love them. I had been wanting to make them at home for a while but, honestly, just didn’t trust myself around them. I figured in popsicle format it might slow me down a bit? Eh…probably not.
This is the month of the cranberry. This gooey white cheddar and cranberry dip is just one more recipe to add to the mix. Make a lot, this stuff will go fast.
If you love hummus, O-M-G are these freaking good. Like, cut-a-bitch good if someone tried to take one from you. So you better make extra!
Overnight oats are a great way to have creamy and tasty oatmeal waiting for you in the morning, without cooking. I added quinoa and blueberries to this one.
Super Bowl or not, these fried risotto balls (arancini) make the perfect appetizer. Made with beer soaked risotto, fresh Gouda cheese and lots of love, you will need to make a double batch of this recipe.
Mango lemonade with a kick in the pants from some reposado tequila. Fresh, crisp and kinda damn tasty, this Boozy Mango Lemonade is the perfect summer cocktail,.
Fresh asparagus is such a treat and using this method you can keep it fresh in the refrigerator for up to two weeks.
It’s breakfast, Halloween style! These breakfast popsicles are made with whole fruit fresh mango and Greek yogurt, giving your day a healthy start that’s both festive and tasty.
This salad recipe uses my Marinated Mozzarella Cheese which is bursting with lime, cilantro and basil–yum! It goes so well with the grilled mangos that it is bound to be a favorite.
Quickly turn any hater of Brussels Sprouts around with these Balsamic-Glazed Brussels Sprouts . Crushed pine nuts and Parmesan give them some extra crunch and flavor.
These pops are super refreshing. The basil simple syrup makes them bright but the celery and salt tones down the fact that they are much sweeter than my usual recipe. I think you will be surprised.
This salad is hearty and just slightly spicy from the Cilantro Lime Dressing. It’s also very fresh tasting and perfect for your next picnic. Something I look forward to now that the weather is much nicer.
Toasted Israeli couscous with roasted brussels and crisp tangerine make this salad the perfect representation of winter meets spring. This recipe is both hearty and fresh, great for a picnic.
With this simple tip on keeping a cut avocado fresh in the refrigerator, you can enjoy the remainder for up to 5 days, maybe a full week. Oh, and even save money by wasting less food!
One of my favorites is fresh mango and the way it is prepared at food trucks throughout Mexico. It is so good that it’s hard to believe it is so simple. Fresh mango, cut into strips, is then spritzed with fresh lime juice and dusted with salt and chili powder. How good does that sound?
Pizza dough is one of those things that once you make it yourself, you’ll eat even more pizza than you already do. Why? Well, homemade pizza dough is super easy to make and fresh baked pizza is way tastier than anything you’ll get delivered.
If you’re looking for a fresh and tangy juice recipe, that’s as healthy as it is tasty, look no further. This Rhubarb, Ginger, and Beet juice is just that. I always have this on hand during rhubarb season.
I’ve been a bit of a cranberry recipe fanatic this season. Here are a few of my new favorite ways to enjoy the cranberry.
Is there anything cauliflower can’t do? Aside from standing in as a gluten-free alternative, like this twist on a traditional tabbouleh salad, cauliflower is also great if you are trying to eat more drought-friendly, which you should. California is in its worst drought ever, which not only sucks for us here in Cali, but the rest of the nation too, as we supply 40% your fresh produce. Yup, that much!