This Cedar Plank Grilled Salmon with Mixed Herb Chimichurri is a showstopper and so easy to make! Grilling on a cedar plank is the perfect way to make anything look incredible, and the flavor is so good with everything I’ve tried.
I have to be truthful and say the first time I heard the idea of a ‘cheeseburger salad’, I immediately thought ‘no thanks’! What is it about making snap judgements anyways? In any case, my better judgement finally kicked in and I realized that a cheeseburger wasn’t all that different than these In and Out Style Lettuce Wraps I’m obsessed … Read More
If you would’ve talked to me about meal prepping a few years back, I would’ve said no way, and no thank you! I love to cook, and I find it’s the perfect way to unwind after work. I’m also big on variety, so meal prepping in the way I understood it didn’t sound appealing at all. (You know the kind… … Read More
It’s so easy for me to get into a rut when making salads. I find myself often relying on cheese as a primary flavor booster. But since I’m trying to keep my dairy intake down to a respectable level, (you know… somewhere below putting cheese on absolutely everything) I’ve been working on branching out this summer.
What is it about summer that almost demands you make a pasta salad? Maybe it’s just me, but I love getting creative with pasta salads during the warmer months. And today’s recipe is pretty much the essence of summer, packed with summer veggies and pesto.
I never get enough of the sweet spicy combo, and it’s one of my favorite things about so many Asian inspired meals. Hot, Sour, Salty, and Sweet with Spice added in are flavors that are fun to mix and match. I never really thought too much about it, until I read all about it in a cookbook, (called of course … Read More
This salad is based off my all time favorite order at a little Vietnamese place we used to go to. It was our favorite spot for quick lunches when we lived in Calgary. I always got B8 off the menu which was a Saté chicken bun vermicelli dish.
I had the idea for this recipe over a year ago, but I got hung up on my poor choice of title at the time, and the idea ended up on the back burner. I was just south of LA having fish tacos with my cousin at this absolutely phenomenal place. (Whenever I’m near the ocean, I make it my … Read More
I can’t remember exactly when I first tasted curried chicken salad, but I was hooked from the first bite. It was so much more fun than the straight up classic, and it became something I looked for on restaurant menus. However I do remember the exact moment I knew I needed to finally make my own version.