My friend Lexie has always told me about this amazing, dairy-free chocolate mousse she makes. For the past couple of years, I’ve been dying to try it, but I still hadn’t tried it until NOW. As we firmed up our dinner plans for tonight — I’m having a vegetarian, gluten-
This post should have something for everyone, from vegans to paleo followers, and everyone in between. (Swordfish, lobster, veggie burgers, banana boat s’mores with homemade marshmallows!) I can’t get over how incredible this summer has been. This past week, friends from a semester in Costa Rica flew up to visit,
This is a great way to turn more veggies into a savory, crunchy snack, especially when you get inundated with squash this time of year. Consider your oven space before making these, since you will need to keep the slices to one layer. Otherwise, if you pile them on top
I saw this idea a while back on Pinterest, and it looked so fun! I impatiently waited until finally, fresh peppers were available from my CSA share this week! It was time to act. This is a really fun take on the egg-in-hole toast, but will veggies instead of bread.
I’m on a bit of a home-cooked burger kick right now. I love me a good burger, and buy my meat in bulk from a farm store that has great deals on bulk chicken and grass-fed beef. So, here’s another Sunday night burger, perfect for summer. This is a super
In honor of Mother’s Day, here’s a juice recipe adapted from something my mom found on The Well Daily. They have a really great mini kale cookbook which you can get when you sign up for their mailing list, with recipes from juices, to salads, sauteed dishes and more. I’m
I’ve always loved mushrooms, ever since I was little. My dad used to make big dishes of scrambled eggs on Sunday mornings, and my favorite part was the sautéed mushrooms. They’re just so meaty and flavorful, and they really enhance any dish they’re in. This week at the Newburyport Farmer’s