If you haven’t taken advantage of Spring’s bounty yet with all of Lisa’s yummy asparagus recipes like the super easy frittata or barley asparagus salad, then you may want to try this creamy soup. I’m a huge fan of bisques and this one not only made the house smell delicious while cooking (thanks to the roasted garlic!), but it also tasted pretty darn good too.
Who needs a turkey sandwich? Roll up some veggies for an easy wrap and break from the boring lunch world.
Barley is a beautiful backdrop to the fresh flavors of Spring!
Who doesn't love a frittata? It's so quick and is great for breakfast, lunch and dinner!
Ah, the first homemade strawberry rhubarb pie of the season -- a Spring rite of passage! Fresh sweet strawberries with tart rhubarb - it's a slice of heaven.
Kale was once a food of which I was very scared. It’s leafy toughness seemed to stare into the depths of my soul and say, “You can’t handle me.” But like many things in life (heights, public speaking, clowns, etc.), I learned that kale’s bark seems a lot louder than its bite.
Baseball, Check. Hoedown, Check. Mud Run, Check. Collision with a deer, Check. Our weekend in a nutshell and what's on deck for this week!
Alright folks, this one’s a game changer. I think I found the trick to making super smooth homemade hummus. For years, my hummus has always been lumpy as heck, and despite searching the Internet and Pinterest a million times over, I have never really found a recipe that suits my fancy.
Pea shoots are one of my favorite things to eat in the spring. They’re so fleeting, here one day and gone the next, so eat them while you can and enjoy. I got my shoots in today's delivery and wanted to use them immediately, but didn’t just want to gobble them down any old way.
I have been wanting to try portobello fries for a while and, frankly, mushrooms seemed like a wise alternative to the Dairy Queen my husband suggested we have for a mid-evening snack. Go figure.