This black bean and squash chili isn’t the most traditional recipe, but it sure packs a punch! Filled with chicken and spice, it’s super cozy!
It took months and lots of stress, but my kitchen renovation is finally complete. It’s fresh, clean, and altogether me!
Talk about a grown-up version of an egg sandwich. This Swiss chard and harissa egg sandwich is a unique combination of flavors that’s so much better than anything you could get at any restaurant!
So much easier to make than regular biscuits, these ginger and peach drop biscuits are the essence of summer. They’re flavored with diced peaches and a few simple ingredients that could easily make them the perfect biscuit!
When these two flavors are combined, they make the perfect ice cream. Blueberry lavender ice cream is a light, refreshing treat that just exudes summer flavor!
There’s something so perfect about the pairing of fruit and herbs and this lemon thyme ice cream is an example of just that! Flavored with lemon extract and zest, it’s a bright pop of citrus flavor that’s summertime ready!
There’s nothing like fresh peaches in the summer. And this peach rosemary ice cream is a perfect blend of fruit and herbs!
This brown butter orange sage ice cream is a perfect pairing of citrus notes and warm flavors. It’s a unique treat that will soon be a favorite!
It’s all about the perfect fruit and herb pairing and that’s just what happens in this strawberry basil ice cream! To amp up the flavor, add in some peppercorns for a fun numbing effect!
This chickpea salad sandwich is the perfect vegetarian alternative to a chicken salad. Topped with radishes, microgreens, crisp lettuce, and sandwiched between two pieces of toasted bread, it’s creamy and delicious!
Nothing could be better than this grilled chicken berry salad for the Fourth of July! Complete with a lemon poppy seed dressing and sprinkled with raspberries, strawberries, and blueberries, spinach has never tasted this great!
The secret to these buttermilk pancakes is the cardamom spice whisked into the batter. When paired with a fresh strawberry rhubarb sauce, there couldn’t be a better way to use up the fruit of the season!