This baked halibut recipe is a a delicious and healthy weeknight meal! There’s minimal prep and cleanup involved, and it’s under 400 calories. Serve this with a green salad and you have a complete meal!
If you open up my fridge right now, there is a 100% chance that there is homemade hummus front and center. Hummus is great because it’s easy to make, you don’t need wild ingredients, it’s inexpensive, and you can flavor it however you please!
This Bucatini with Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto Cream and Basil dish is silky, tangy, and just a little bit spicy. Perfect for an intimate dinner for two or feeding the whole family! You can even add some protein (like grilled shrimp or crumbled sausage) if you’re wanting to beef it up a bit! Trust me, you will love this sun-dried tomato pesto pasta.
I love seafood. And what’s better? Seafood with pasta. Pasta with Mussels is such an easy recipe to make. All you need are a few ingredients (most happen to be pantry staples for me), and some fresh mussels. The mussels cook in a pan and create their own sauce that’s silky, flavorful, and fresh. Lastly, add your favorite pasta and you’ve got an easy date night dinner!
Summer is in full-swing here in Boston! Farmer’s markets are open on the weekends, and the fresh produce is out of this world. I can’t say that I loved tomatoes while growing up.. but now? I can’t get enough of them! You could easily swap out the tomatoes and use another market find if they just aren’t your thing. Try out asparagus, zucchini, shallots, or onions!
Everyone loves my Tortellini Pasta Salad recipe! But, I needed something for the vegetarians too, don’t you think? I mean sure, they could just omit the pepperoni from my most popular pasta salad dish, but where’s the fun in that? I absolutely love caprese salads. There’s something so delightfully simple about it. Tomatoes, mozzarella, and fresh basil.. what could be better? I’ll tell you: Caprese Pasta Salad!
These Sweet Potato Kale Bowls are an easy, inexpensive lunch option that’s perfect for meal prep! This recipe is designed for two servings, but honestly, 99% of the time that I make these bowls, I make them for 6 servings and stick them in the fridge. You can either assemble the bowls ahead of time, or prepare the ingredients and put them separately in the fridge, making your bowl fresh each day. Either way, these are the perfect solution for the busy work-at-homer!
First off, I love swordfish; to me, it is the perfect fish. Admittedly, I never order swordfish at restaurants, because in my experience, it’s always over-cooked and dried out. Swordfish is a very meaty fish, which makes it great for marinades, grilling, etc.. I think that swordfish is a great “entry” fish for those trying to incorporate more marine protein into their diet.
Eric and I always order shrimp and grits when it’s on the menu! Our favorites often involve cheddar-heavy, cheesy grits, and garlicky shrimp. Although there are a few restaurants new us that have shrimp and grits on the menu, I took a stab at recreating this dish at home and it’s now become a part of our weekly rotation.
Now that Eric and I have been working home for over a year, we have started to rely on a pretty delicious rotation of recipes for our weekday lunches. These Greek-Inspired Chicken Pitas are the perfect weekday lunch! Oregano, lemon, and Greek Yogurt help to flavor the chicken in this healthy and easy greek chicken pita recipe.
Growing up, my mom would always make her famous blueberry buckle. Even to this day, if you ask my neighbors, they would tell you allll about that dang buckle. I’m not a huge blueberry fan, and much prefer strawberries. One day, I found myself with a surplus of ruby-red berries and decided to try to whip up a strawberry buckle