Monthly Archives: March 2016

Turkey Vegetable Soup

Now, there’s nothing especially unique or crazy about this soup, but sometimes maybe it’s good to remember you can make something healthy, tasty, and filling with pretty minimal effort? Thanks to a food processor with a grating plate, prepping the … Continue reading

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Spaghetti Squash Lasagna Boats

As you made have noticed in the past, spaghetti squash itself doesn’t have a strong/noticeable flavor, making it a convenient way to get some vegetables while still getting the cheesy, saucy goodness you want from lasagna! What I learned making … Continue reading

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Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Quinoa and Cranberries

A healthy-feeling side that makes brussels sprouts actually enjoyable! The tartness of the dressing contrasts with the sweetness of the craisins, making a nice mixture. The website I got this from said this makes a side for 4-6, I found … Continue reading

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White Chocolate Fluffernutter Cake Bars

This is definitely the most delicious thing I’ve eaten in a while! It’s sweet, with that fluffernutter flavor New England people are contractually obligated to love, and where the topping and the cake layer meet it stays a little bit … Continue reading

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Mini Buffalo Chicken Cakes

My work had a book signing event last week, and a coworker and I did the catering. We did a few different things, including these little cakes, which we made 2 double batches of (there’s a limit to how much … Continue reading

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Korean Chicken Sandwiches with Braised Kale & Kimchi

My (now-ex)coworker Kimberly and I both like Korean food, and while my Korean friend laughed and wondered what the heck this was when I showed her this recipe, it at least was a good excuse for Kimberly and I to … Continue reading

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