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.
When I was growing up, I think my mom might have only served me meatloaf twice. I was never really a fan of it and it kind of disturbed me to see my dinner in loaf form. It just doesn’t seem natural.
It’s been a while since I posted a steel-cut oats recipe, but it’s been so cold lately, I couldn’t resist making a batch! If you’re unfamiliar with how I make steel-cut oats for a week’s worth of breakfasts, check out this post to find out more.
It’s been a busy couple of months, but finally, after a lot of travels and after-work obligations, I’ve had the chance to make more home-cooked meals again. When I was paging through a recent edition of Real Simple, I found this recipe for red lentil dal. This is one of our favorite dishes at Odd […]
I know this is VERY belated and that I will be writing a Week 3 recap very shortly as I’m on my last day of week 3, but I didn’t want Week 2 of my journey to go unnoticed because of what happened during this time. Remember, a great resource during the Whole30 is “It […]
I wouldn’t normally post two interviews in a row, but this one has a very timely nature to it. A few days ago, I sat down with Casey Lanto, co-founder of the gluten-free startup Pairdd, to talk about the company and what’s next for them.
A week. Seven of the longest days of my life, both in the time it took to make the food and my initial longing for Whole30 to be over. What have I learned so far? Preparation is key.
No sugar. No alcohol. No grains. No legumes. No peanuts? I know that Whole30 doesn’t want me to look at their challenge this way, but it’s hard not to. Not that I’m not used to restrictions; I live with a restriction to dairy every day. The real reason why this challenge seems so hard before […]
Who can resist the pull of puppy chow? Nobody (well, except for my friend who doesn’t like Chex. More chow for me!) I make this for most parties and gatherings because it’s quick to whip up and always gets devoured. It’s vegan and can also be made gluten-free if you use gluten-free Chex. I’ve also […]
Are you frustrated with the lack of dairy-free, gluten-free, or vegan food trucks in Milwaukee? Recently, I was lucky enough to chat with Steve Perlstein and Jennifer Block, purveyors of delicious soups, salads, sandwiches, and anything else they can dream up for the fabulous new food truck, Simmer Milwaukee. Their truck has a wealth of […]