Beerline Cafe is a great, relatively new restaurant in Milwaukee that you’ll want to visit again and again. I know this because it happened to me. In the span of a couple weeks, I visited Beerline Cafe four times. What can I say? It’s a great place to meet friends. It’s great for people who […]
Hi, Dairy-Free Staters! I’ve got a quick recipe that should get you over this mid-week hump. I talked about this recipe way back when, when I did the Whole30. On Monday, I started cutting out sugar (more on that in a future post). This recipe Monkey Salad is good for anyone looking for a sweet […]
When I was a kid, my mom used to make grilled tofu marinated in barbecue sauce and grilled eggplant for dinners all throughout the summer. If you are fortunate enough to have Labor Day free, you shouldn’t spend that leisure time making a complicated dinner. Make this fast, easy dinner instead. Use the time the tofu is […]
This post is almost like a non-post because of how easy it is to make peanut butter. However, now that I have the basics down, I’m inspired to try different kinds of nuts and different ingredients to make exciting new flavors, and you can’t get to that point without getting the hang of the basics.
Whether you think it’s a cheesy Hallmark holiday or not, Valentine’s Day is a really good excuse to eat candy. I’m not talking about those crummy chocolate samplers or those chalky conversation hearts, though, those are all pretty gross. Make Valentine’s Day your excuse to splurge on some really quality candy.
While all of the posts on this blog are obviously dairy-free, one area where I’d like to grow my content is in gluten-free recipes. I don’t really ever bake gluten-free, nor have I ever tried to make a gluten-free pizza at home, so I thought now was a good time to start.
One of my favorite things about recipes is how they can pass down from person to person and become a fast hit with all different groups of people. This is what happened with this awesome quinoa recipe from Oh She Glows.