SMOKY ROASTED CARROTS

Today is such a fitting day to write this blog post for you guys! It’s the first chilly day of Autumn here in Dallas at a gorgeous 62°. Break out your mittens and scarves! This weekend my sweet friend hosted a very early Friendsgiving so she could test out some of her holiday recipes before […]

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SALT & VINEGAR ROASTED POTATOES

If you like salt & vinegar potato chips, you’re bound to fall into a finger-lickin’ addiction with these 4 ingredient, salt & vinegar roasted potatoes. I’m all about the savory, salty foods. This simple, yet super flavorful take on the typical roasted potato is going to be your new go-to. I pair them with fried […]

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ZUCCHINI TOMATO EGG MUFFINS

My savory tooth is back for more. I love starting my day with eggs- they are a great source of protein, vitamins and minerals. Eggs are a cheap and easy-to-cook ‘complete’ source of protein, as they contain all nine essential amino acids (the ones we can’t synthesize in our bodies and have to find in […]

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WHOLE 30 CRISPY OKRA FRIES & SPICY GARLIC AIOLI

Okra is one of those vegetables that I just don’t show up at the grocery store seeking out. The inside is slimy and if you’ve never cooked one before, it can be a little overwhelming. In fact, if you let them go bad, the outside gets slimy too. Yum. So, what’s my favorite fool proof […]

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ONE BOWL SPRING ROLL

Do you know the difference between a spring roll and an egg roll? The only real difference is the shell, which can be fried and crispy or light and flaky. So technically, this could be an egg roll too. Either way, we’re skipping the shell and going straight for the good stuff inside. What’s inside? […]

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WHOLE 30 SHEET PAN CITRUS CHICKEN

One pan meals are my jam. Not only are they super flavorful, but they’re less time consuming and require less dishes than cooking your main and sides separately. That’s an easy sale for me! My refrigerator has been just about exploding with oranges lately. It is very much so orange season in Texas and I’ve […]

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