Gluten-Free Corned Beef And Cabbage

Wedding Planning and St. Patrick’s Day Corned Beef & Cabbage

Life these past few weeks has been absolutely crazy! Wedding planning is in full swing and Brad and I are crossing things off our to-do list on a daily basis. Last week, Brad and I had our cake tasting and he got measured for his tuxedo. In fact, today I ordered our wedding cake and … Continue reading Wedding Planning and St. Patrick’s Day Corned Beef & Cabbage

Stuffed Acorn Squash

As with so many of us, we used January as a time to reset our healthy eating habits. I feel like we really feel off the rails from Thanksgiving to New Year's and by December 31, we both felt like rolly pollies! This month we have been focused on clean eating and dry January. We … Continue reading Stuffed Acorn Squash

New Year’s Eve Pasta Aioli

Happy New Year's Eve! I can't believe that the last day of the year is here. Where did 2018 go? It's been a pretty amazing year for me - one of the best, in fact. I launched this blog, saw my favorite Broadway play, Les Miserables, when it came to Dallas, took Brad to New … Continue reading New Year’s Eve Pasta Aioli

Red Curry Rice Bowl

Hello friends! It's been a while since I've shared a recipe with you. Things have been a bit crazy as the year winds down - my parents relocated to the Dallas/Ft. Worth area, my Dad (finally) retired, and they celebrated 50 years of marriage. And, it was Thanksgiving, and that involved lots of eating with … Continue reading Red Curry Rice Bowl

Giving Thanks for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving has always been one of my favorite holidays. It’s a day to reflect on the past year over a delicious meal with friends and family. But for those of us with food allergies or sensitivities, this food-filled holiday can be anything but enjoyable. Don’t worry – I have you covered this year! My mom … Continue reading Giving Thanks for Thanksgiving

Roast Chicken on A Rainy Sunday

Today is the first day in Dallas it actually feels like Fall! I don't think the cooler temps are going to stick around, but I'll take it, even if it's just for a day. It's been overcast and raining all weekend so we are spending a quiet day at home watching football...and catching up on … Continue reading Roast Chicken on A Rainy Sunday

Quick Pasta Pomodoro

When I was single, cooking was something I didn't do on a daily basis. Cooking for one is really hard. I would cook a "real meal" on Sunday, along with a pan of baked chicken and vegetables to eat during the week. The problem is that I'm kind of finicky about leftovers and don't like … Continue reading Quick Pasta Pomodoro

Pizza Party!

What a crazy two weeks it has been! Time management is one of my stronger skills but trying to balance working, blogging, and entertaining my parents who were visiting for 10 days was definitely a challenge! Luckily, I'm finally caught up and getting back into my routine. If you haven't heard, we are having a … Continue reading Pizza Party!

Fish Tacos with Mango Salsa

It’s no secret that I love tacos. I could really eat them every day. Mexican food is one of the easiest cuisines for me to eat because so much of it is based on corn, not flour. The tortilla chips are corn and I order corn tortillas instead of flour. And, it’s easy to have … Continue reading Fish Tacos with Mango Salsa

Easy Kebabs for Entertaining

I can't believe I'm finally writing my first blog post! I've been thinking about starting a food blog for a while and after several months of preparing and testing recipes, I'm finally ready to debut my little passion project to the world! And, it just so happens that the launch somewhat coincides with Brad's birthday. … Continue reading Easy Kebabs for Entertaining