Have you heard of one-pot pasta? If you eat pasta, then it could be a game-changer for you. You throw your pasta, ingredients or sauce, and some extra liquid together in a pot and presto – a one pot meal with all of your favorite ingredients. I wasn’t sure how well it would turn out […] . . .
I’ve long been a fan of Danielle Walker’s recipes, and I grabbed new favorite recipes regularly at her blog. Her food was always delicious and not overly-fussy. My family loved her recipes, and I could count on them to be tested and trustworthy. Plus she had some yummy photography. So when she announced that she’d […] . . .
With a four-star review at Food.com, over 190 of Plan to Eat users have added this recipe to their recipe books. At #28 in the Plan to Eat Top 100(ish) recipes is Easy Garlic Chicken. You guys. You had me at “Easy”. . . .
I know you probably didn’t get excited when you read that recipe title. I wasn’t too excited either. In fact, when I saw it on the list of most-imported recipes to Plan to Eat (near the top of the list, even! Number 13!) I frowned and thought, “Really?” But there it was, and I needed […] . . .
So many of my food memories revolve around brand names. Kraft Macaroni & Cheese. Dannon yogurt. Schwann’s ice cream. Kraft Shake ‘n Bake. I am a child of the 90s so it was almost inevitable, but I haven’t eaten macaroni and cheese in years, yogurt tends to be homemade here, and ice cream just doesn’t […] . . .
I went to a lecture last year by Joann Seal. Based on a book she’d read, Eat Right for Your Type by Peter D’Adamo, she created her own combinations of beans and grains suitable for each blood type. Each combination is a complete protein, and all from plants. I loved the idea of having something […] . . .
Can I make a nomination for My Favorite Cookbook of 2012? Because Nourishing Meals would totally get my vote. I was so impressed with the first few recipes I made out of my review copy* that I went right out and bought a copy for a friend’s birthday. This is my new go-to book for […] . . .
One of my dearest friends created a book chock full of amazing recipes and brilliant health advice. She shared this recipe from her book for pasta-less pasta; it’s brilliant! I’ll let her tell you more about it. There is nothing more comforting then a big fork full of pasta. Since removing gluten and flour substitutes […] . . .
Again with the breakfast recipes, I know. Like I said before, I have a problem and I can’t help it. This is one of those bowls of hot comfort foods you crave if you’re not eating grains. It’s pumpkin pie in a bowl, but it’s breakfast. It’s also extremely versatile and can easily be made […] . . .
Since moving to Texas we have fallen in love with fresh corn tortillas. Those ones from the package aren’t even in the same category as fresh homemade tortillas. They are also full of all sorts of weird preservatives that sound, oddly, like ingredients in anti-freeze. There’s also the genetically modified issue. It is really hard […] . . .