Fair warning: set out a tray of these jewel-like apricot, goat cheese, and almond morsels at your next party, and they’ll likely be gobbled up in a matter of minutes.
This recipe is a great one to impress guests at your next cocktail party. It’s really quick and simple, yet it looks very decadent and time-consuming. To make the roll-ups extra elegant for entertaining, wrap the roast beef close to the bottom of the spears, then stand them on a platter.
This is a super fast an easy appetizer. The salty feta compliments sweet watermelon for an appetizer that will please people of all ages.
Super easy and cute straws that are great for a sprinkle themed party.
This soft modern blanket is great for a cool evening. Classic shades of gray make it go with anything although I designed it to match a nursery.
These clouds and raindrop garland decorations were a great for the baby sprinkle that I threw for my friend’s second baby. They are surprisingly easy to create.
I hate when my pantry is a mess and when things go bad simply because they were not well stored. I recently took on a project to keep all my pantry goods in glass air tight canisters. I quickly realized they needed to be labeled as well. In the interest of paying it forward, here are the DIY steps so you to can live in organized bliss.
These great little rain cloud cupcake toppers are adorable and easy to make!
This super thick blanket pattern is a wonderful for a cold night. It’s so quick that it can be crocheted in a weekend!
Love mango sticky rice? Me too! This chia pudding recipe is great for breakfast or dessert and scratches that itch!
This whole grill-roasted chicken is rubbed with an intense spice paste and then basted with a tangy honey glaze on the grill for a double dose of flavor. It’s easy to double for a summer BBQ.
Delicious, no corn syrup version of ketchup!
This sauce is traditionally a fermented sauce using anchovies, but the traditional recipe also calls for molasses and some hard to find ingredients. This simpler recipe contains perfectly healthy ingredients.
You can’t have summer without BBQ sauce This fast and easy recipe is paleo.
July 11, 2015 to July 18, 2015 : A lovely close vacation on the beach in beautiful Santa Cruz California. Instead of going to fire Island NY, Sam and Scott came out to sunny CA!
This is a paleo-ization of one of my favorite summer BBQ recipes. The paleo version is even BETTER than the original.
Quick stir frys are great for a week night dinner. This paleo recipe sacrifices none of the delicious pow of Kung Pao.
I love Siracha sauce and needed a paleo version for many of my favorite recipes. This one is quick and easy!
Versatility meets affordability; Brava is a 100% acrylic yarn that will keep up with all of life’s adventures! With so much flexibility and a wonderful range of bright and vibrant colors, you will find endless possibilities for Brava Worsted.
This paleo take on the traditional Kalbi Korean-style grilled short rib dish is a great combo of meaty, salty, sweet and garlicky flavors.
This sweet and salty combination is a delicious summer treat.
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.
What an amazing way to start you day, especially in the morning. Make your pops just like you’d make your coffee, they’re completely customizable.
Like the classic combination of melon and prosciutto? Then you’ll love this main-course pasta salad.
This is a paleo version of steak sauce, it has a very A1 type flavor.
This meal is SUPER simple and it lasted me quite a few days. I would even recommend making a bit more of the mustard mixture to top your meals off with…can’t hurt having a bit more, right?