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MEXICAN CORN SALAD

MEXICAN CORN SALAD

MEXICAN CORN SALAD A take on the official Mexican street corn salad, yet with some tasty substitutions and tweaks. This dish could be served as a side dish with dinner, then a scoop on your green salad for lunch with some additional protein. Personally, I enjoy eating...

MISO YOUR MUSHROOMS

MISO YOUR MUSHROOMS

MISO YOUR MUSHROOMS Sautéeing the mushrooms first, then mixing in the miso butter ensures that every bite is glazed with the rich buttery, miso flavor…without too much richness. large sauté pan 2 pounds small portobello mushrooms (washed, destemmed, and sliced into...

ORZO WALNUT SALAD

ORZO WALNUT SALAD

ORZO WALNUT SALAD Sometimes it can be challenging to get all of your favorite foods into one dish. Sometimes it is easy :0). This is one of those dishes you can easily add any of your missing favorites while satisfying your body and your soul. You can make it as a...

GRASPING FOR GAZPACHO

GRASPING FOR GAZPACHO

GRASPING FOR GAZPACHO We are coming to the end of tomato season out east, but they are still out there! Gazpacho is one of the easiest and freshest dishes you can quickly prepare in the blender. Season it to your liking and keep it around for about 4–5 days in the...

END OF SUMMER CORN SALAD

END OF SUMMER CORN SALAD

END OF SUMMER CORN SALAD Let’s celebrate those amazing crops while we still have them available to us! As summer starts to come to a close, grabbing fresh corn helps us linger in the warm sunshine a bit longer. Freezing your fresh corn (once cooked and off the cob) or...

BEAT THE HEAT HUMMUS

BEAT THE HEAT HUMMUS

BEAT THE HEAT HUMMUS The heat can be stifling at times, so creating those no-heat-needed meals is key for staying cool when you feel like a sweaty betty :). This hummus is a satisfying blend of quality tahini paste (Soom, my favorite brand, which I have previously...

POMEGRANATE KALE SALAD

POMEGRANATE KALE SALAD

POMEGRANATE KALE SALAD Kale chips are an easy sell in my house, but kale salad is a bit more challenging. I learned taking the time to massage the kale with olive oil is surely key to success — and really only takes a few minutes! The miso adds enough sodium, so just...

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