Stuffing these unique squash with a simple tomato sauced ground turkey stuffing is an easy, healthy, and Make-Ahead dinner. I’ve added in a few extra veggies and salty olives for the occasional briny bite. I know you’ve walked by these beauties in your grocery store before. Next time, stop and grab a few!Read More
This has instantly become one of my favorite high protein, low-calorie dishes. The creamy umami sauce, sweet peas, and meaty mushrooms keep my Summertime Stroganoff hearty without all the fat. Low cost, Freezer/pantry friendly ingredients make it a great weekday choice. Even better news: other than a pot to boil the noodles, this dinner is made in ONE pan! Why save the comfort food recipes for cold weather? I am delighted to take a heavy, gut-buster gravy and make it into something that can be enjoyed any time of year.Read More
I try to focus on making Fibromyalgia more visible. We don’t “look sick”. Sharing my experiences, journey to acceptance, and daily struggle to stay confident in myself despite how others may see me, will hopefully help others.Read More
This is a “no-recipe” recipe because it doesn’t need to be over-thought. It’s more about learning the method of roasting this truly versatile squash so you can play with the fillings in the future. #SpaghettiSquashRead More
Along with the popularity of this starchy pasta alternative has come a good amount of finger cuts, broken knife tips, and frustrated home cooks.
I’ve come up with a simple, straight forward, systematic way of safely cutting this versatile veggie in two. Patience, a sharp tipped knife, and my method will help you avoid a brow of sweat & a garbage full of raw squash you couldn’t cut.