This quiche recipe is very simple and very healthy. I wanted to make a quiche that you could enjoy a huge slice of and feel truly satisfied afterwards. Satisfaction stems from both high quality taste and a food’s nutritional profile. This recipe includes both, and is also extremely quick to make because you can use … More Quiche so good I ate it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner..
This is the first post of a sporadic series of my creations inspired by other bloggers. I have been following Lori for almost a year now; she was one of my firsts! 😉 As soon as I saw her sunflower butter cookies and crustless pumpkin pie, I bookmarked them under “Must. Make.” A light, feel … More Inspired #1: Sunflower butter cookies & crustless pumpkin pie!
This morning’s breakfast was superb and completely inspired by Jessica. My eyes glazed over when I saw her recipe for White Bean Breakfast Hash. Of course, I had to make it. And, of course, I had to change it up a bit. A remix, if you will.. Veggies in the morning never seemed so right. … More Beans for breakfast!
Happy Monday everyone! I hope your weekends were both fun and relaxing. Mine certainly was! I went to see Country Strong (eh, decent), studied at coffee shops, worked out a bit, and road tripped to San Francisco on Saturday night to go downtown with my roomy, Ruby! We went to a few bars and randomly … More Pink Lady Apple Bran Muffins!
I have been wanting to make several things for months now, and it all came together into one meal last night. Primarily, I have been wanting to make my own tzaziki sauce. I always see it at grocery stores, but refuse to pay 3$ for a little container when I know it is ridiculously easy … More Greek Bliss in a Bowl
Nicole and Alex tagged me in one of those cutesy blogger things, so I will pass it on… Four TV Shows I Watch I’m not really into TV but whenever I have free time and TV sounds appealing, I watch it on my laptop. 1. House (I love him.) 2. Pretty Little Liars (it’s a … More A little too much about me..
Y’all. I made chili. It is superb. It can be made vegetarian. And vegan. It has a spicy kick, with a hint of sweet. It comes down to less than a dollar a serving. The whole pot has 120 grams of protein and 100 grams of fiber. There are a couple secret ingredients, but I … More The best chili you will ever eat.
I was so excited to go grocery shopping today at Whole Foods (a 35 minute drive..wahhh) and Trader Joes, so that I could cook my own meal for the first time in weeks! Beef with Bulgur & Feta and Sauteed Rainbow Chard Recipe: Serves 1 For the chard – 4 stalks rainbow chard, rinsed 1/4 of … More Feta cheese, please!
After 12 days in lovely New Zealand, I am home! Getting back was a bit more difficult than I had anticipated. After a three hour flight from the South island to the North island and a 12 hour flight to the US of A, I arrived at LAX. I figured I could just take Amtrak … More New Zealand wrap up
I am not sure if the title of this post means anything, but I feel that it is worth noting. Day 3: Madre and I woke up and had breakfast at the hotel and then set out for what is said to be the prettiest section of the Queen Charlotte trek. Unfortunately for us, it … More Bird poop in New Zealand is clear, but in the States it is white….