If there’s one thing you need to know about me, it’s that I LOVE to snack. My favorite ‘meal’ consists of small snacks throughout the day. Carrots and hummus here, a string cheese there and my personal favorite: these healthy, filling and wholesome No-Bake Granola Bars.
Today I woke up to an 11 degree and dreary morning, oh and a cold. When the both weather and my immune system are down, I turn to my own personal remedy: a steaming bowl of some serious comfort food. So if you’re feeling like me, go grab your slow cooker because this easy, soul-warming Braised Short Rib Bucatini is everything you need.
Don’t be fooled by their good looks and fancy name, these Duchess Potatoes are quite simple and surprisingly easy to make. Duchess Potatoes are an elegant alternative to your typical mashed potatoes. They are cooked potatoes that are blended with egg yolks, butter and cream, piped into a decorative shape and baked until they are light and crispy on the outside,…
If you’ve never eaten sugared cranberries before, you’re in for a treat. Not only are they gorgeous, all sparkly and festive in their sugar coating, but they are also surprisingly delicious and incredibly easy to make.
I hate to say it, but…WINTER IS COMING.
If I could eat one thing for the rest of my life, this corn casserole is at the top of my list. I mean how can you say no to layers of corn, sour cream, french fried onions and cheddar cheese?
This savory stuffed acorn squash is an easy and impressive way to combine your favorite fall flavors in one delicious and colorful way.
This past weekend, I had the amazing opportunity to show off my cooking skills at the Lovely Happenings Fall event. Lovely Happenings, run by the adorable sister-duo, are lifestyle workshop events that gather creative minds throughout the fashion, fitness, beauty and culinary industries. These events are designed to be interactive and give guests a chance to craft, bake, shop and beautify…
I’m a sucker for a good chicken salad. I love it on croissants, sandwiched between white bread, in wraps or even eaten right out of the bowl. While the mayo-and-celery combo is an all-time classic, I like to take it a step further by adding in some new textures and vibrant colors with red grapes, apples and almonds.
This recipe is comfort food at it’s finest. Tender chicken and pasta all slathered in a creamy, tomatoey sauce and topped with sharp parmesan cheese. I mean sign. me. up.