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’.
Lunch has always been my weakest link when it comes to healthy habits. I find it all too easy to breeze straight through lunch, and just work until the end of the day. In fact that particular habit started so far back, that’s it’s more deeply ingrained than I’d like.
I used to make a spinach salad all the time that had crumbled gorgonzola in it, where you poured a warm bacon dressing over the top. It’s really beyond fantastic, but it also presents 2 problems, the first of which is that so many people don’t like blue cheese of any kind.
Taco salad has been both a classic and a favorite since childhood. The way I grew up eating it was fully loaded with both cheddar cheese and sour cream. But I’ve been working on cutting back how much dairy I eat.
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!
Savory breakfasts don’t come natural to me, much less eating a full blown salad first thing in the morning. I grew up like most people I know eating muffins, pancakes, waffles and the like for breakfast, and always craving sweets.
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.