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
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.
Although I’m not vegan, healthy food is healthy food. What does that mean? I can see a lot of great qualities that come out of veganism. However, I don’t have the willpower, nor desire, to forever say goodbye to French butter with chunks of Fleur de sel, freshly whipped Chantilly cream, or stinky soft cheese. But I’ve always believed everything good and indulgent should be consumed in moderation. That includes things like veganism, vegetarianism, or a meat eating carnivorous lifestyle.Read More
This Cuban staple is a hearty dinner or lunch option full of flavor, but not of fat. My version features a tomato laced sauce that permeates the lean ground turkey in place of the traditional fat/grease laden ground pork chorizo and 80/20% fat ground chuck. Briny green olives and fragrant capers are balanced by touches of tart golden berries or raisins. This easy to make, one pan meal will quickly become a family favorite. Serve with a side of Quick and Easy Cuban Style Black Beans (from canned) and dinner is done!Read More
These quick black beans are flavorful, fiber-ful, and just pretty! Smokey cumin compliments the combination of onions, garlic and bell peppers known collectively as “sofrito”, or “the Holy Trinity”. Despite seeming to be too quick to be true, these legumes make a delectable nutrient rich side dish.Read More