Today marks the 500th recipe I’ve published here on the blog! At first when I looked ahead and saw that ranch dressing would be number 500, I thought ‘maybe I need to rearrange the schedule’.
The idea for this roast came from a vinaigrette dressing I made a few years back now. I had just a couple pepperoncini peppers leftover in the jar after making my Italian Antipasto Pasta Salad. And I was wondering what on earth I was going to do with them.
We’ve had so many requests about how we eat when we’re traveling. And so today I’m taking you on a journey through what we ate while on the road in Iceland! (Skip straight to the bottom for a list of things we made on the trip.)
I’m extra excited about today’s recipe because it comes from my friend Julia’s new cookbook, Paleo Power Bowls! Not only is this book absolutely packed with gorgeous looking food, but it’s also the kind of cookbook you could eat from indefinitely.
This is the third post in a 3-part series of facial care, and it is perhaps, the most important. Steps 1 and 2, the Pineapple Facial and Baking Soda Exfoliation are primarily exfoliation with some cleansing. This Oil Method Cleansing is not only cleansing, but also mildly exfoliating and moisturizing. If I had to choose just one facial treatment, it would be this one because it does a little bit of everything. At this point, I use all three equally, each treatment once or twice per week. I’ve noticed a significant improvement in my skin since I started these treatments on a regular basis.
I like to challenge my own preconceived ideas about food, especially anything considered ‘healthy’. Despite years and years of small steady changes to my diet to try and eat healthier, it’s somehow still hard for me to believe that ‘healthy’ can be so good.
So… a weird fact about me is that when I was a kid, I wouldn’t eat the cake at birthday parties if it was chocolate. And the same went for ice cream and frosting, if it was chocolate, I wasn’t eating it.
These Instant Pot Beef Barbacoa Bowls (Whole30) are a regular favorite around here. I also love that you can meal prep and freeze the shredded beef ahead of time. I think I could live on any kind of Mexican inspired taco bowl every single day of the week, (really this isn’t an exaggeration). In fact I’ve been known to make … Read More
Where do you even begin to start when you’re planning a trip? For us we like to start with brainstorming, which is always the fun part, where everything seems possible on your grand upcoming adventure. But from there you really need to start putting together the logistics. So I hope today’s post on our tips for traveling in Iceland will … Read More