This Cheesy Roasted Cauliflower Gratin is a delicious addition to any meal!
Today, I’m sharing one of my favorite side dishes, Roasted Butternut Squash with Cranberries, Pecans, and Blue Cheese, and it’s the perfect addition to your Thanksgiving meal.
I’ve been craving fresh and easy foods lately. Last week, I made a delicious Brie and Apple Sandwich, that had me wishing for a spring picnic.
To go with that sandwich, I made a Shredded Brussels Sprout Salad with Lemon-Garlic Vinaigrette that’s full of bright, spring flavors. You’re going to love it!
One of my favorite things about Thanksgiving is something enjoyed after the big day … yes, the leftovers!
I love reliving the meal again (and again), but by the third go round, a little variety is welcome. My family has a few favorite ways to rework the leftovers, like turkey pie, but it’s always fun to come up with new options, too.
This year, I’m turning my leftover mashed potatoes into Cheesy Potato Croquettes!
My husband is running the New York City Marathon this coming Sunday. Personally, I’m not a fan of running. I can’t think of anything much worse than running 26.2 miles and prefer cheering from the sidelines. Yikes … but he loves it!
This will actually be Joel’s fifth marathon. He’s also run the Chicago, New Orleans Mardi Gras, Avenue of the Giants, and Rails to Trails marathons. I think that officially qualifies him as a marathoner, don’t you?
Running that long of a distance requires a lot of commitment, and as the race approaches, our lives inevitably begin to revolve around his training. Our weekends are ruled by his long runs, discussing the route, and sometimes there’s even a trip involved (definitely my favorite part).
I may not be up for the running, but I have no problem getting behind the nutritious food! Joel will be watching what he eats this week, and this Quinoa with Roasted Tomatoes, Kale, and Feta is the perfect healthy (and delicious!) meal to serve him.