Grab a coffee and let’s spill the beans!
All in Feasting on Food
Grab a coffee and let’s spill the beans!
Show up anyway; no plan needed. Simply come to the table.
I was recently able to bring sweet potatoes back into my diet. This isn’t really a recipe as much as encouragement to bless yourself with some sweet potato chips and yummy chimichurri dipping sauce.
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I truly believe we encourage each other the most when we are authentically ourselves and simply show up. Nothing more, nothing less.
Roasting veggies, hands down, are my favorite way to eat them. ALL of them. I was tossing these green beans in some coconut oil before they went in the oven and I was struck with their beautiful green color.
This comforting winter soup is a recipe I adapted from my sister with the ingredients I had on-hand. I love it!
We had supper club at my friend Jaime’s last week and she made this amazing soup. It makes a huge batch so I halved the recipe to work with what I had on hand when recreating it. I know saffron is a pricey spice but it completely makes this soup sing! Each step adds layers of flavor; stick with the process and you’ll be blessed.
This cauliflower dish is such a change up from traditional mashed cauliflower. The sage and rosemary make it taste like Thanksgiving or Christmas in a bowl. I can’t get enough of it. And I know I’m talking about cauliflower! Such a gift!
An easy go-to recipe anytime you have some overly ripe bananas to use...And you want your house to smell amazing...And you want your tummy oh-so-happy!
This recipe is such a blessing with some awesomely tasty ingredients including pepperonis, avocado and crushed pork rinds; stick with it! So full of flavor, I made it this past weekend and it was beyond good; I’ve already made another batch.
With the holiday season fast approaching, it’s so great to have some treats on hand to share and these nuts...awww...super for snackin’, great mix-in for a yogurt parfait or smoothie and perfect for that ‘not-too-sweet’ sweet tooth after dinner with coffee. Love. And a bonus for these nuts is that they’re super quick to throw together since it’s all on the stovetop. It’s almost not a recipe and more of a love for sharing a wonderful toasted cinnamon aroma throughout your house. I’m getting excited over the cooler days and these warm cinnamon-maple nuts add to the blessings.
This is definitely one of those dishes you can morph into whatever you want! Spaghetti squash is the main star in this frittata but it doesn't have to be. It can take on whatever leftover roasted veggies house your fridge.
In a flurry of heightened demands, to-do lists and over-crowded schedules, sometimes the very thing that needs to float to the top are sabbath moments filled with grace and true rest. Whatever that looks like for you, make it happen. You're worth it.
Happy Fall guys! I love all things Fall...football, the weather, the colors, the smells AND the flavors! This recipe for turkey sausage screams fall with the dried cranberries and all the yummy spices including sage. I love them with brekkie OR chopped up on a lettuce wrap. Enjoy however and whenever you like!
So I polled a few friends last week and asked "What are two things you're currently doing to better manage the flow of your day?" Their responses were a gift. Each one was refreshing and great practices we can all take from and incorporate into our day.
Happy day! Just a bit of reflection and gratitude that offering whatever resources or talents we have can be such a gift!
While these chicken poppers may not be pretty, they completely make up for it in taste! Seriously, double the recipe so you can enjoy for dinner AND then have awesome protein snacks to grab out of the fridge later in the week.
Here's my gift to you today, besides reminding you to breathe: My 10 minute egg. Cooked perfectly every time! A perfect on-hand protein pack for on-the-go or being still!
Pairing with my love of great espresso, I am excited to share this tasty biscotti with you! Super easy to throw together and oh so versatile! This is one of my favorites.