No more burning the toast while you wait for the cheese to melt. Avocado is rich and creamy, and possibly my new favorite cheese substitute.
When I was in grade school, I lived right by my school and would often choose to come home for a hot homemade lunch instead of eating a meal at the cafeteria. My favorite lunches included: Continue reading
Strawberries, not sugar, is the star of this fresh strawberry jam–making it the perfect addition to your Mother’s Day breakfast.
Quick and simple to make, this chicken salad is perfect for celebrating a warm spring day.
Today was a crazy day. I entered an appointment into my calendar with the wrong time, and showed up to the appointment only to find out I had missed it. Then, being late seemed to be the theme for the rest of the day. I don’t know about you, but when I have a crazy day like this, I figure it must be time to simplify. Continue reading
Does eating dairy-free result in eating boring foods? No! These cream puff shells fluff up perfectly and are perfect for a spring lunch. Continue reading
Pickling asparagus is a great way to enjoy this spring vegetable all year long. This mouth-puckering pickled asparagus is perfect for people who prefer sour over sweet pickles.
Last week asparagus was on sale for $1 per pound–such an amazing deal. As I was picking out some asparagus, Continue reading
Sweetened only with apple juice concentrate, this apple pie recipe is perfect for celebrating Pi day, 3.14, and every other day of the year.
The ultimate way to celebrate pi day would be a dairy-free Quiche for breakfast, Walla Walla Sweet Onion pie for lunch, chicken pot pie for dinner, and several fruit pies to fill in the gaps.
Yes–We love pie! Continue reading
Made with Jell-O Pistachio Pudding, these green cookies add a dash of color to your St. Patrick’s Day menu.
Pistachio pudding was a favorite when I was a kid. My mom would pour milk and instant pudding mix into a mason jar, and my sisters and I would shake it. It was magic. Continue reading
February is Potato Lover’s Month. I am a potato lover. It quite possibly might be because I am a potato farmer’s daughter, and growing up, no meal was complete without potatoes. Maybe years of DNA coding has left meat and potatoes running in my veins. Or maybe it is the never-ending different possibilities of potato dishes. Continue reading