Tag: North America

Grilled Eggplant Veggie Burgers with Smoky Hazelnut Pesto

Grilled Eggplant Veggie Burgers with Smoky Hazelnut Pesto

Memorial Day. Summer. Let’s grill. I always resist grilling, which is dumb because it’s so easy and, as someone recently pointed out to me, means no dirty dishes to clean (or at least a few pots and pans less).  I liked the sound of that, […]

See the World: Toronto Layover

See the World: Toronto Layover

Trip recovery is hard, and I made it harder with a quick day trip to Chicago on Sunday because I really know to go get over jet lag. With an 8-hour round trip road trip, obviously. Getting back into the swing of not having the […]

Fish Tacos with Cilantro-Lime Cauliflower Rice

Fish Tacos with Cilantro-Lime Cauliflower Rice

So since I’m currently (hopefully not) lost in the middle of the Dutch tulip fields with Lettuce, I got a treat or two or three up my sleeve for some guest posts to take care of you while I’m gone.  With Cinco de Mayo around […]

Smoked Honey Buttermilk Ice Cream

Smoked Honey Buttermilk Ice Cream

Do I smell ice cream? In this case, I certainly do.   While The Sir and I eat ice cream on the reg (i.e., daily), for others it’s a more seasonal treat. Whatever your jam, I’m bring a new way to mix it up.   I […]

Broken Glass Cake

Broken Glass Cake

I realized that we’re sort of flash backing to the 80’s a little (and also maybe the 50’s?) with this week’s recipes, but there’s comforting about classics, right? Well, I like to think so and I’m doing our best to twist up some favorites. The […]

Cheesy Breakfast Potatoes

Cheesy Breakfast Potatoes

People always think I’m a lucky duck when I say that I grew up in Florida, but the truth of it is that I was young enough that I never really experienced the personality of the city, and the Miami that I lived in was […]

Vegetarian Tortilla Soup

Vegetarian Tortilla Soup

We’re coming upon the season which is no longer referred to as soup season. As the temps warm, it’s harder and harder to for me, at least, to pour over a steaming hot bowl of something.  Mom, on the other hand…grandma, too, could eat the […]

Coconut Truffle Kettle Corn

Coconut Truffle Kettle Corn

A recipe!  You’re probably figuring it was about time, and I couldn’t agree more. I mean, that’s why you’re here (or, why I’m here, at least).  Since I left Chicago, and for the two months before, I barely cooked, having eaten my way through my […]

Chicken Taco Chili

Chicken Taco Chili

A few months ago whence from vacation I came, I made this dish. It doesn’t really have a name except for generic Mexican-ish one pot chicken dish, and thus I named it chicken taco chili, but it’s so good that you should just ignore the unappetizing […]

Sweet Potato Chocolate Cake

Sweet Potato Chocolate Cake

In Montreal, there was so much food. So much food! And not even all the food that I wanted there to be! But there was only so much time and only so many meals that one can eat. I realize this means that I need […]


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