There is obviously nothing better than fresh fish on a beach vacation. If you disagree, then you’re wrong. Seeing as I was spring breaking in Destin, Florida and The Kitchn recently posted a recipe for a quick weeknight meal of fish tacos and quick cabbage slaw, I decided to take full advantage of the caught-that-day fish available … More easy fish tacos + coleslaw
Quinoa, kale, almond flour, spaghetti squash… You name it, chances are I’ve tried it, liked it, made food with it. It’s amazing how easy it is to substitute any of the above foods for bread, pasta, or flour. I’m always on the lookout for new ways to incorporate healthy foods into my diet and put … More quinoa risotto with shiitake mushrooms
After shying away from this recipe for months, I finally faced Julia Child’s Eggplant Pizza, adapted by Kayln’s Kitchen. Julia may have been all about the pasta and bread, but she knew how to make some darn good gluten-free, vegan dishes too.
[Warning: outdated post.] I love Saint Patrick’s Day. It seems random I know, but I come from a big Irish Catholic family so March 17th has always been kind of a big deal. When I was a kid, we’d gather at someone’s house to eat, drink and carry on as we Irish do best. Now … More irish soda bread and skillet dinner with key lime pie
As a college student is wont to do, I try to find the cheapest, most efficient way to do anything. Especially when it comes to meals I’m always on the lookout for simple, quick recipes. Cooking is enjoyable as long as it doesn’t keep me in the kitchen for hours on end. When I stumbled … More 3-ingredient cracker chicken