People are particular about their guacamole, I tell you! They have o-pin-ions. Put yourself out there with a guac recipe and prepare to get into a throwdown. It’s almost as bad as talking about politics. So before I give you my guacamole recipe, can we come together as one and just agree that guacamole is awesome? And that maybe, just maybe, there is no single way to make it? With that said, I stand behind this guac 100%. It’s seriously amazing, refreshingly simple and just what you need for your Taco Tuesday. read more
I honestly don’t know what to say about this slow roasted halibut with chermoula except that you have to try it. This is getting a spot in the permanent rotation in our home. Slow roasting is such a great way to cook fish because it’s almost impossible to mess up. The slow part is relative, by the way. This fish is perfectly cooked in about twenty-five minutes. There’s no slaving over the stove. Just throw it in the oven and let it do its thing. You can’t even imagine how tender and delicious this fish is when it comes out.
I’m guessing a number of you are wondering, “What in the heck is chermoula?” read more
I am obsessed with this citrus salad! It’s the perfect way to combat the February doldrums. February can a tough month, don’t you think? The holidays are long gone but spring still seems far away, at least here in New York. This winter hasn’t been as bad as some but last February, I watched as huge sheets of ice floated down the Hudson River. Just, no. (I can hear my mother saying, “Well it’s 65 degrees right now in Louisiana.” Thanks, Mom.)
This time of year, when it comes to food, I often want some element of freshness to counterbalance the heavier foods of winter. Enter citrus! Citrus is your friend. This salad is incredibly refreshing, not to mention beautiful. I am a sucker for color and these colors are pretty freaking fab. Take a peak at this closeup… read more
These gluten-free, paleo turkey meatballs are the bomb! They’re light and savory and melt-in-your-mouth delicious. Who needs another meatball recipe, you ask? You do. These are free of glutinous fillers and made with fresh, not canned, tomatoes.