Mahi Piccata

Every food blogger loves to "spring forward". Finally we get decent light around a normal family dinner time. We don't have to make our family dinner at 2pm and then reheat it later on. But of course my first sunny day went to waste, when I didn't even start on dinner until 7pm. Even though this Mahi Piccata is quick to make, I just couldn't pull it together in time for a decent daylight shot. … [Read more...]

Spaghetti Squash Carbonara

There is a hint of fall in the air down here in Florida. I don't think it's reached 90 degrees in at least 5 days. Therefor I am celebrating and making the most of this weather. Halloween has come and gone and it's officially winter squash season. There are a large variety of squashes at Trader Joe's and Whole Foods, Publix isn't fully on board with carrying them yet, but they are working on … [Read more...]

Turkey Meatballs with Zoodles

This post and for the next few weeks I have scheduled posts in advance. Just in case baby decides to make her debut a little early and to give me time to adjust to life with a newborn. Zucchini is plentiful in the summer. If I had a green thumb, or better yet actually watered my garden, just maybe I would consider growing it. It is my all time favorite veggie. My mom used to make shredded … [Read more...]

White Garlic Stuffed Shells

You guys, I am beyond tired this week. I'm glad this is the last week of camp because it is really taking it out of me. I have been joking with my friends that on Friday I will be throwing myself a retirement party. They think I'm kidding....  I'm looking forward to a nice relaxing July and then plenty of time spent with my little girl from August on. These shells, while in no way healthy, … [Read more...]

Quinoa Tabbouleh #SundaySupper #ChooseDreams

My senior year of college I took a class called "Plants, People, and You" within the Agriculture department. I intended it to just be an easy A class, but instead it got me really interested in gardening, landscape, plants, and growing my own food. Every few weeks we would get plants to take home, most were University of Florida hybrid plants that they had created. I lived in a townhouse, was … [Read more...]