Love mango sticky rice? Me too! This chia pudding recipe is great for breakfast or dessert and scratches that itch!
I love Siracha sauce and needed a paleo version for many of my favorite recipes. This one is quick and easy!
This is delicious as a side for a BBQ or as a meal on it’s own. I love the full body flavor of roasted vegetables.
This delicious salad tastes as good as it looks!
This delicious spiral zucchini “pasta” will have you wondering why you ever ate pasta. The tangy sauce really makes this a special dish that will be sure to impress.
Who doesn’t need the occasional crunchy snack! These are satisfy without bulking you up, but remember beets are high in sugar so eat in moderation!
These mashed potatoes are delicious and easy to make. They are a lovely addition to a Thanksgiving feast.
This is a super easy, crowd pleaser that Scott Gray turned me on to. Everyone always gobbles it down!
Easy and delicious! Great with salmon, chicken, or turkey tacos.
Great low carb breakfasts that are easy to make and portable.
This is the recipe from the wonderful risotto cooking class Melissa, my mom and I took at the Williams-Sonoma Kitchen in San Francisco. You need to stay near the stove, but the flavor is totally worth it!
Fresh basil, cherry tomatoes, red onion and feta cheese make the sweet and savory filling for this colorful breakfast or brunch omelet.
This healthy vegetarian pasta dish is light and delicious. The grilled veggies taste great with the nutty whole wheat pasta.
This indian dish is one of our favorites. It’s hardy, yummy and is even better the next day for lunch. Be warned, its pretty fragrant when you make it 🙂
A Mediterranean take on the iconic seven layer dip, you’ll adore this tangy, garlic-heavy appetizer.
Nothing says summer like corn salsa, it’s also great with grilled corn or as an amazing use of left over summer bbq supplies.
We love mango salsa with shrimp tacos and seared scallops or just with chips! You can’t go wrong.
This light and easy salad is very refreshing and makes a great hot summer day side.
With just three main ingredients (cheese, pepper, and pasta), this Roman dish would be the best quick meal we ever tasted.
This nibble builds on the classic pairing of cheese, dried fruit, and nuts. A splash of balsamic vinegar helps bring together all the flavors. The crostini are best served right out of the oven, though they can also hold for an hour or two at room temperature.
My favorite Italian sauce is pesto, I use it for way more than pasta! It’s great on lamb chops, sandwiches and just about anything!
Crème fraîche lends a tangy creaminess to this traditional holiday favorite, and the sweetness of the caramelized shallots adds additional depth.
When cooked using the absorption method, medium-grain rice yields a tender, starchy, slightly creamy kernel that’s ideal for saucy rice dishes like this one.
My mom makes these for me because they are my favorite. They are fantastic on top of any red meat — especially filet mignon.
There is a great Mediterranean place in NYC that Laurie and I always go to that has delicious stuffed grape leaves with raisins! Finally I can make them myself.
This lemon zinggy sauce for asparagus spices them up and takes them from dull to yummy!
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