This month the recipe redux challenged us to make dinner-inspired dishes for breakfast! My favorite savory breakfasts always include eggs, like this sweet potato mushroom hash! I knew I wanted to use eggs in my recipe, but eggs are so versatile! The recipe ideas were endless! Therefore, I put on my thinking cap and turned to my favorite dinner ideas. Pizza is always a favorite, and I developed it into a fast protein packed breakfast. Try my quick veggie pizza omelet for breakfast or for dinner! Continue reading →
If you have followed the blog for very long, you might know by now that I eat soups during the winter, and salads during the summer. I don’t post as many of my salad recipes because I tend to make them quickly when I don’t have time for anything else, including a photo session. This spring and summer, I am hoping to change that, bringing you lots more fresh salads! Today I am sharing my simple Mediterranean kale salad. Continue reading →
Wheat berries are my favorite grain to cook with. They are inexpensive, and the texture is outstanding! I feel like they get overlooked so often because gluten free grains are popular right now. Also, fancier wheat grains are often used by recipe developers, so they get all the hype. I have tried both farro and kamut (ancient wheat grain varieties), and I don’t think they are worth the extra money when compared to standard wheat berries. This one pot Spanish wheat berries with chickpeas and olives is a take on arroz con pollo, made vegetarian of course! Continue reading →
Greek is one of my favorite salad types. Greek salads always include bold flavors and lots of color! This salad is perfect for the summertime using fresh and widely available produce, like cucumbers and tomatoes. I like to make a big batch to take to work all week long. Everyone is jealous at lunch time when I open up my mug!