This post is sponsored in conjunction with#NationalSlowCookerMonth . I received complimentary product from sponsor companies to aid in the creation of the #NationalSlowCookerMonth recipes. All opinions are mine alone.
On busy days, my slow cooker is pretty much my best friend. I love being able to set it up, walk away for the day, and have a hot meal ready when we’re walking in the door at dinner time.
And is there anything more comforting than a hot bowl of soup? And this is comfort food you can feel good about – this plant-based meal is full of veggies!
Happy #SoupSwapDay! This is seriously one of my favorite food days – both on the blog and in real life! Each year, I host friends for a soup swap. It’s an afternoon of soup sampling, good conversation – and we go home with enough soup for the cold winter days.
Online, I get together with my blogger buddies to share new soup recipes. This cheeseburger soup is one the whole family has been loving!
For the last few years, we’ve had a special addition to our Christmas season – celebrating Hanukkah with our good friends. That may seem strange, but it’s been such a blessing! As Christians, it’s humbling to get an authentic, up close look at some of the traditions and prayers Jesus would have participated in.
Our friends have been gracious enough to include us in their celebration and humor me in my attempts to make some of the traditional food. Latkes, of course, are a Hanukkah staple and these are just perfect – crisp on the outside and the lemon and thyme give them a bright, fresh taste.
This post is sponsored – I received a complimentary copy of A Place At The Table for review. All opinions are mine alone.
How many of you are cooking up a dish tomorrow that’s been passed down? One that celebrates your heritage? It’s no secret that America is a melting pot and one of the places it’s most evident is in our culinary culture – and that’s exactly what’s on display in The Vilcek Foundation‘s new cookbook.
A Place at the Table is a beautiful celebration of the diversity that makes America such a beautiful place.
One of the things I love about blogging is the community. Getting connected with other bloggers has made this blog better. I’m constantly learning and trying new things.
One of the things I’ve been diving into much more often this year, thanks to being friends with The Baking Fairy, is vegan cooking.
I can’t say I think that our family will ever go fully vegan, but even small steps help lessen the environmental impact of our food system. A few meals a week without animal products? That’s something we can totally do.
Today is World Vegan Day and I’m excited to share these super easy, super flavorful tacos – that just happen to be vegan too.
What’s the biggest challenge of holiday meals? Timing. Always, timing. Getting everything to the table at relatively the same time seems like a heroic feat.
The best way to do this? Make use of all cooking apparatuses in your kitchen! This turkey breast is made in the Instant Pot – which frees up your oven for all your other holiday dishes.
October is here – and I am HERE for it! It’s one of my favorite months – full-on fall fun that ends with Halloween. What is there not to love?
This month, the recipe round-up features Halloween and fall recipes from our blogger group, including a lot of really fun ideas for serving up Halloween meals and treats.
This post is sponsored in conjunction with #AppleWeek . I received complimentary product from sponsor companies to aid in the creation of the #AppleWeek recipes. All opinions are mine alone.
We are really enjoying the beautiful fall weather lately. It’s made for a lot of dinners on the deck. And while we’re full into fall flavors – like apples! – we’re still using our preferred summer method of cooking – the grill.
These pork and apple burgers are an awesome fall dinner for this cusp season – it feels like a summer meal, but is full of fall flavors.
Have you ever cooked on a budget? I don’t mean picking between name brand or store brand or using a coupon – I mean having only a few dollars for food and needing to stretch it. For millions of Americans, food insecurity is an everyday reality.
As a food blogger, it’s easy to get wrapped up in the world of fancy ingredients and latest trends. It’s easy to forget that the plentiful food and well-stocked pantry we have is privilege – but it’s one I really don’t want to take for granted.
September is Hunger Action Month – a time to bring attention to food insecurity. According to the US Department of Agriculture, 1 in 8 Americans were food insecure in 2017. That’s 40 million people – more than 12 million of which are children – with a lack of consistent access to enough food for an active, healthy life.
Pizza is a staple in our house, for obvious reasons. I craved pizza like crazy when I was pregnant with Jake, so I feel like I’m partly to blame for his pizza obsession. But, what happens when you just don’t feel like another pizza pie?
Here are nine great recipes that will satisfy your pizza cravings in an nontraditional way!