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.
If I had to pick just 1 food to live on for life, it would probably be tacos. Pasta is way up there too, but overall tacos win out for their lively flavor and sheer versatility!
The first set of Whole30 Instant Pot Marinades from a few weeks back was so popular, I got going right away on this set! In fact I barely had the first set of recipes out when I started get lots of requests for more marinade recipes.
I used to think of things like my One Pot Mac and Cheese as pretty much the ultimate comfort food. But then I tasted Indian Butter Chicken, (while we were living in Calgary where they have amazing Indian food!) and that was all it took for me to change my mind about comfort food. While I’m not saying anything against … Read More
I’m back with another Instant Pot recipe today, but don’t worry if you don’t have one! I’ve included instructions on how to make this in a slow cooker, and an outline for cooking it in the oven.
This post has been a long time in the making, but I’m so excited to finally get it to you! I developed these simple marinades to make dinnertime easier, but also still flavorful.
Today marks the first ever Instant Pot recipe I’ve done! I do have to admit though, despite everyone saying the Instant Pot is the best thing since sliced bread – no wait… better than sliced bread, I remained unconvinced.
Instant soups were a big thing when I was growing up, and while I’m not sure they are anymore, everyone I know has memories surrounding them. Tyler tells me stories about him and his brother crushing up the noodles and sprinkling the seasoning packet over them before eating them dry. And my favorite memory was the time my cousin and … Read More
My favorite part about the last hurrah of summer is when tomato and corn season finally collide. We’re a little behind everyone else seasonally here, which means local corn just showed up last week!