This post is for those of you who, like me, typically avoid fancy-pants food that might take more than 20 minutes to make and which would’ve tasted just as good if all ingredients were just thrown together in a pan without the uppity presentation.
Avocados. Perhaps the best food in all of creation. I really do like them, and they’re very good-for-you – but I think we’ve talked about that already. But, really, this simple salad has amazing flavor. And it even has a ripple effect – everything I put on my plate after the salad tasted 10 times […]
This salad is like summertime in a bowl. And it’s picnic-friendly. Make a batch ahead of time, keep in the frig, and it’s ready to go when you are. Reason #789 why I like summer. Fresh, beautiful produce.
Easy to make, super healthy, and, unlike most broccoli salad recipes, this one isn’t fattening. Here’s why:
I’ve learned two things about gardening in Michigan since I moved here:
Everything you need to know about quinoa and a super easy recipe for Simple Savory Quinoa.
The average American consumes more than 4,500 calories and 229 grams of fat on Thanksgiving Day. Here’s at least one delicious way you can enjoy a luscious Thanksgiving without putting on the pounds.
Making refrigerator pickles is uber easy! It only takes minutes of your time. And no store-bought “polysorbate 80, sodium benzoate, natural flavors, yellow 5-spiked” pickle can compare to these fantastically fresh homemade pickles!
Finishing the laundry without ending up with a matchless sock. Raising one eyebrow. Making beet soup while wearing a nice white shirt. And convincing your four-year-old walk around the puddle.
This luscious mayo-free coleslaw is delightfully creamy and rich. Serve this up at your next summer gathering and you’ll amaze everyone when you tell them it’s not fattening.