ASPARAGUS APPLE SALAD

We’re featuring a few favorite winter harvest goodies today in this asparagus apple salad. This simple recipe also includes some pre-work though- No Crumbs Left’s marinated red onions. These marinated red onions are a staple in my kitchen. They are great on salads, atop a burger, or even over fried eggs. I’m directing you to […]

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BEET CAPRESE SALAD

This easy, colorful dish is a sweet and tangy treat perfect for a snack or appetizer. I used red beets in this seasonal beet caprese salad, but it would also be fantastic with yellow or candy cane beets. Candy cane beets are the ones that are both red and white, also known as a chioggia […]

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HOMEMADE BREADCRUMBS

We love having fresh loaves of sourdough in the house! The only problem? We never finish the whole loaf before it goes stale. The solution? Homemade breadcrumbs. They’re so easy to make, taste super fresh, keep for up to six months in the refrigerator, and are perfect for avoiding food waste. Of course, you can […]

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VEGAN ITALIAN PASTA SALAD

As per special request, today I whipped up a big bowl of vegan Italian pasta salad featuring my homemade Italian dressing. This version includes only vegetables and pasta, whereas the classic includes mozarella and salami. Mostly because I didn’t have those ingredients in my kitchen! We also didn’t have Italian dressing… so I made my […]

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ROASTED RED PEPPER DEVILED EGGS

Hard boiled eggs meet my favorite roasted red pepper dip. Hard boiled eggs have never been an easy pursuit for me. It takes me at least two rounds to gather a few successfully hard-boiled ones. I hope you love these roasted red pepper deviled eggs. Here are my top tips for hard-boiling: I make sure […]

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BEST EVER SWEET POTATO FRIES

I have spent too much of my life making sweet potato fries with just salt and pepper. These french fries are the perfect mushy to crisp ratio with a ton of delicious flavor. It’s all in the spices, I tell ya! So break out your spice cabinet and un-seal your celery (because honestly I have […]

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