Cashew Zoodles with Chicken

We have reached the end of our Whole30! I have a full recap post coming, but I did want to share at least one recipe from the month, since this is a food blog. You may have forgotten since there has been little talk of food lately. We are big fans of pasta and spaghetti squash was never a good substitute, but once I stumbled upon a spiralizer I never turned back. I love to make zoodles. And if … [Read more...]

Shrimp Lettuce Wraps

Before I get to today's recipe, these cute furballs have an announcement to make. We found out a week and a half ago that our little peanut is a girl! By the looks on their faces the boys are thrilled to be adding a little pink to their lives. I have been busy planning the pink, green, aqua, and yellow Lilly Pulitzer inspired nursery. I have plans of holding my teacher friends hostage … [Read more...]

Garlic Chili Brussels Sprouts

Yep, continuing right along with my brussel sprouts kick. I have another recipe to share with you. There were a few weeks when I was on a good eating kick, I lost about 10 lbs and am feeling great. Right now I'm kind of trying to maintain that 10 pound weight loss while stuffing my face with cookies... I'll let you know how that one works out. Where was I, healthy eating, oh yeah. So, I stuffed … [Read more...]

Korean Beef Tacos: Freezer to Crockpot Meal

Can you tell I'm trying to keep dishes to a minimum... paper plates for blog pictures. Just keeping it real. In my Florida room you can find my makeshift kitchen, complete with coffee maker and crockpot, because really what more do you need. I wash dishes about once a week in the laundry sink. Paper plates, cups, and plastic utensils are our friends. You don't have to spend a ton of money … [Read more...]

Kale and Cabbage Salad with Spicy Peanut Dressing

This salad was inspired by the delicious Kale salad I had at Public House in Temecula, CA. After eating there I saw that salad in my dreams and knew I had to recreate it. The salad itself was pretty simple. Some kale, cabbage, red peppers, carrots and roasted peanuts. The dressing was a little trickier. I had to search through a few different recipes to come up with this combination. It ended … [Read more...]