Is it fall yet? Is it fall yet? I’ve been longing for the leaves to change colors and the cool breeze to welcome me as I get the kids ready for school each morning. Possibly the best thing about fall is the freedom to heat up my kitchen again with soups, stews, casseroles and ofContinue reading
Is it weird that I love tuna patties? When I was young my mom made what we called “tuna puffs”. I’ve since made my own version to adhere to my diet. My kids always look at these funny, then try a bite and fall in love.
This is quite possibly one of the best mistakes I’ve ever made. I was in a hurry to make dinner one night, trying to set the table (we are old fashioned and eat at a table most nights), mash some potatoes and prepare a veggie. I had already thrown on the pork chops, but forgotContinue reading
A couple weeks ago my son turned four. I’m sure it won’t surprise you to hear that for his birthday dinner he wanted pizza. It’s pretty typical four year old food. I have made gluten free crusts in the past and while I’ve found ones I like, I’ve yet to find any my kids like.
When life gets busy, I need a few staple recipes to hold onto. Food that can be thrown together without much brain power, but will still meet our nutritional needs. It’s especially hard when the staple recipes most of us know aren’t based around a healthy diet.
It’s that time of year again. The season of using what’s in your garden to cook! One of my favorite things to do is walk outside before dinner and create my meal based on what’s ripe and ready for picking! I used fresh spinach, chives, parsley and oregano for this dish and it just takesContinue reading
I plan easy dinners on complicated nights. You have those nights too right? I’m talking about the nights that start with homework, dishes, a meeting, and then trying to fit bath time in all before 8pm. Let’s be honest, there are a minimum of 3 Lego arguments and 10 “don’t put that in your mouth”Continue reading