Citrus! Sweet, Sweet (and sour) Citrus.
Without your glowing jewel tones and bursts of vitamin C, how would we ever survive the harsh brutalities of winter?
Just seeing citrus this time of year gets me feeling all bright eyed and bushy tailed.
Continue reading Fennel & Orange Salad with Toasted Pistachios
Now this is a story all about how
My leftovers got flipped-turned upside down
And I’d like to take a minute, just sit on your throne
I’ll tell you how I made them into a soup called minestrone!
Just call me the Fresh Princess of Soup. Or call me a nerd. Either way, we both get to call this soup delicious.
Continue reading A Soup Called Minestrone (with Parsley Pistou)
Clafoutis! Ohhh lala.
It sounds so French! It sounds so fancy!! It sounds… so…
But that couldn’t be farther from the truth. Well, except the French part. It is most definitely French.
It’s also stupid simple to make. Continue reading Maple Berry Breakfast Clafoutis
What’s not to love about a holiday completely dedicated to eating?
It’s the best! Thanksgiving makes me feel some type of way.
But I don’t always love the way I feel after a weekend spent gorging on too much sugar, butter, carbs and wine. It feels so good in the moment – and I’m all about living in the moment – but sometimes it leaves us feeling less than our best when its all over. Continue reading Julie’s Detox(ish) Kale Salad
I’ve been doing a lot of overindulging lately. It seems that every other day there is a new reason to celebrate:
Anniversaries! Birthdays! End of summer! Engagements! Weddings! Babies! Girls night! Double date night! Family visiting! Friends in Town!
I see nothing wrong with enjoying the finer things in life, but sometimes when I’ve had a little bit too much of, well, everything, I crave a meal that is light and cleansing. So tonight, rather than hitting the town, I’m bringing you a second blog post for this week with not one, but TWO recipes. Continue reading Thai one on