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Baked Pumpkin French Toast

I love having people stay at our house during the holidays. I feel like it adds to the overall hum of excitement and gives me an excuse to cook recipes I wouldn’t normally cook for a small family. I love french toast but it’s not always the most feasible thing to make for a crowd. [...]

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Shaved Brussels Sprout Salad with Manchego

With every holiday meal, I love having a salad. It’s an easy win, providing a bit of lightness to an otherwise heavy meal. Plus, it can be a fun way to showcase ingredients in a new way. While I love roasted Brussels sprouts, shaving and serving them raw makes for a lovely salad. Add a [...]

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Tea Braised Carrots

Post sponsored by Stash Tea. See below for more details. There are endless amount of beautiful whole carrot dishes floating around the internet with good reason. Carrots, properly cooked, develop a little more of their sweetness and have a perfect soft texture (without being mushy). These braised carrots are cooked in a smoky lapsang souchong [...]

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Butternut Squash Stuffed Shells with Cream Sauce

When feeding a group of people, large or small, I’m always trying to figure out how to prep ahead. I want to have a more hands-off experience so I can enjoy time with friends and family. I often make stuffed shells to avoid a cooking frenzy. In fact, these squash stuffed shells (and a few [...]

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Romanesco Black Lentil Pilaf

My favorite recipes are rooted in something familiar but include a twist to make it more unique and fun. Pilafs are usually grain-based but this lentil pilaf highlights one of my favorite legumes: black lentils. Paired with roasted romanesco, a spice-laden dressing, and dates, the pilaf is unique, beautiful, and tastes amazing. One word of [...]

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Shaved Parsnip Salad with Parsley

For me, the key to holiday meals are the dishes I can easily make ahead of time but they still add to the overall meal. This parsnip salad adds crisp, freshness when paired with the rich curry but could also stand on it’s own. In fact, I mixed leftover salad with cooked black lentils from [...]

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Red Kuri Squash Curry with Chard

I like to push the boundaries on traditional holiday foods. At my thanksgiving table, we often have a mix of dishes we grew up with (green bean casserole) and the addition of dishes I like to add in for fun (this squash curry). This curry is part of my vegan thanksgiving series. It’s warm, cozy, [...]

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Slow Cooker Rutabaga Gratin with Millet

Post sponsored by Crock-Pot® Brand/Mirum Shopper. See below for more details. When it comes to holiday meals, I’m type-A (plan everything to the minute) cook. I have a schedule for every facet of the meal, to the point of where I have alarms in my phone. (In fact, I still have labels from last Thanksgiving. [...]

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Pear Salad with Gorgonzola

Pear salad with gorgonzola is one of the classic fall combinations. It’s possibly overdone but still well worth sharing again (and again). This recipe is one I first start working with in 2010 but it’s morphed into the version below. I use to cook the pears but I found the crispness from the fresh fruit [...]

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The Shad Ireland Foundation

“It is a great honor to have been recently contacted by Mr. Shad Ireland, of The Shad Ireland Foundation. Mr. Ireland is preparing to launch his  app for his M-Health kidney platform soon to be available worldwide. I am honored to be one of the first people in the Philippines, …

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