Next time you’re making squash, consider making the seeds as well. They are full of protein, fiber, healthy fats, and all kinds of nutrients. Not to mention, they are delicious when toasted and seasoned to your liking. Squash seeds are delicious, nutritious, and a step towards reducing our individual food waste. It’s an all around win.
Although there have been a lot of good tacos in my day, a few weeks ago I made what might have been some of my best tacos yet.
The lineup was citrus marinated chicken, a yogurt based sauce, pickled red onions, tomatillo, cilantro, and a squeeze of fresh lime juice.
The result was juicy, delicious chicken that was perfect for our tacos
Yellow rice is a game changer. It’s all the carby goodness of rice with a beautiful, beautiful flavor. Hands down, this is one of my favorite things to add to a meal. I’M OBSESSED. The recipe is so simple I’ve memorized it (and I’m 99% sure I got this straight off the internet, so pleaseContinue reading “Yellow Rice”
1 Leek 10 Russet Potatoes 4 c Chicken Broth 4 Strips thick-cut bacon 1 c Heavy cream Salt Pepper Thyme 2 Bay Leaves (Makes 4 Servings) Wash & chop the leek and potatoes Cut the bacon into small pieces Put the potatoes and 2 cups of the broth into a pot. Add salt, pepper, andContinue reading “Leek & Potato Soup”
This recipe is packed with veggies and makes a whole lot of soup.