On my first visit to Chelsea Market in New York City I fell in love. Hard, fast, and true. I officially had a new favorite spot in this hustlin’ bustlin’ town – said no one ever who lives there, the words hustlin’ and bustlin’. It was the beginning of winter; patrons were adorned with coats … Continue reading Kimchi, yes or no?
Who loves cahews?! In my last post, I told y’all how in a rush at the grocery store I bought pounds equivalent to the number of cups I needed to make my Cashew Cream Bars Mhmm, not the same. So here I am with boat loads of raw cashews (a small fortune might I add) … Continue reading Cashew Ricotta – I will never go back
Happy Mother’s Day! I was looking for a pretty bite sized recipe for a group of friends to snack on before we headed out for a black tie wedding. No guac down my Rent the Runway please. Then when I made these sweet little things I realized how perfect they would be for a Mother’s … Continue reading Cashew Cream Bars
The first time I saw this recipe on epicurious I knew I had to make it for Easter and for this blog. This carrot sauce pizza is so fun, bright, and I honestly can’t wait to try it again. As opposed to traditional tomato sauce for the pizza this recipe calls for homemade carrot puree. … Continue reading When Carrot Met Pizza
It’s the week before Easter. I am definitely getting older because all I can think of next is “this year is going by so fast!” Easter is a wonderful time to gather with friends and family. Which often means I am scrambling at the last minute to pull together menus, get the dog hair vacuumed, … Continue reading Planning Power Bites
Thoughts on curry? Love it? Hate it? Scared to use it? Sometimes spices with super bold flavors can be intimidating; I am with you. Do you know what else those crazy in your face flavors can be? Positively delicious and total guest wowers! This simple yet robust recipe is sure to please your guests’ palate. … Continue reading Curried Sweet Potato and Kale
So many songs come to mind whenever I say the word, naan. Is it just me? Replace any song with a repetitive lyric, “no” or “now” with “naan” and you can seriously jam while making this homemade bread. Do not be intimidated to making bread, this recipe is surprisingly easy! You can sing, and dance, … Continue reading Homemade Naan Bread