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Simple Suppers — Crispy Brussels Sprouts

Crispy Brussels Sprouts

 There are certain vegetables that become super popular and get featured in every “hip” restaurant menu that I can’t seem to get on board with: beets, bell peppers, celery leaves, bean sprouts, etc.  But brussels sprouts? They’re definitely worth the hype. They’re my favorite vegetable by far and this is my favorite way to make […] Read more…

Tri-ed & True — Tri-ple Berry Lemonade

Triple Berry Lemonade

If anyone spends any time with me it won’t take them long to figure out that my favorite drink of all time is lemonade (iced coffee is a close second). I love it, it’s tart, it’s delicious with a million different combinations and it’s what I dream about when I’m feeling parched. Now when I […] Read more…

Tips & Tri-cks — Something to Taco-bout

Everyone knows, I love a good taco. It’s the epitome of easy-fusion. I think it started with the sandwich, but sometimes, it can feel like a sandwich can be kind of one-note. So with tacos, you can eat more than one kind, throw in whatever you have lying around in the fridge and go to […] Read more…

Tips & Tri-cks — How to pick fresh vegetables & fruit

I try to buy fresh vegetables a couple times a week. Anything that I know I won’t be using right away, I make sure it’s stuff that will last for a little while (cabbage, brussels sprouts, potatoes, onions) vs fresh goodies that need to be used within a day or two (cucumbers, tomatoes, berries), in […] Read more…

Pan-Tri Essentials — Tangerine bomb

I love citrus. Every house I’ve grown up in we’ve had a tangerine tree, so I have a particular affinity for tangerines. They’re like an orange’s sassier cousin. They add so much color and tang to everything I add them to and have a certain bite that’s missing from other citrus fruits. Especially when you […] Read more…