Hey hey happy new recipe Tuesday! Life lately has been a lot of asking myself “how can I squeeze in as much nutrition into my food to fuel everything I’m doing and feel really good?!” Life is very full at the moment, my love and I are remodeling a new loft, moving, moving into a new office, team growing, travel, so many projects lined up for you guys here on NS, …Read more
Happy Spring! Eeeeek. Yesterday was “technically” the first day of Spring, although Nashville has been feeling like it for the past month with its weird highs and lows, so I’m looking forward to some consistency coming…and Spring veggies! Today I have a super simple side dish that can be transformed easily into an entreé and made in under 10 minutes. This Fresh Cilantro Corn Salad was first made for my love’s 30th …Read more
Today I’m here to share with you a simple “recipe” which I hesitate to even call a recipe since it’s more of a guide to make eating potatoes interesting and healthy (i.e. not fried in oil). Hasselback potatoes have been featured in food magazines and blogs everywhere and originated from Swedish cuisine. If you haven’t heard of Hasselback potatoes yet, then I’m happy to be the first …Read more
One of my most cherished memories when I visit home (hi, Ohio) is spending time with my family in the kitchen cooking together. You know, as much as I love food, cooking is now literally part of my career and sometimes I forget the essence and the passion-factor cooking elicits. It’s a beautiful reminder of why I love cooking so much, it’s not just nourishing on a cellular level but …Read more
NACHOS! If you think about it, nachos are traditionally full of healthy whole food ingredients – just altered and/or processed a bit more than we really need them to be. For example, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, beans, corn, avocado, cilantro, and some type of protein are typically part of an awesome nacho stack…BUT then they’re smothered in processed cheese and usually made with fried chips which is where we go really …Read more
We all have those side dishes around Thanksgiving and the holidays that are our jam, right? The one that you look forward to more than the entree…my aunt’s sweet potato casserole is that go-to for me. It’s sweet, savory, warm, creamy and crunchy all at the same time and somehow you never feel like you have enough. BUT, I hate to be the buzz kill, however we do need to exercise …Read more
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