5 tips to make your next dinner party stress free.
Six ways to make food prep and planning easier.
We had a great Mother’s Day this year when we attended a Tom Douglas cooking class called Mom & Tom.
A new take on a classic salad, by adding crispy fresh kale and salty bacon this dish has been kicked up a notch. Don’t miss the perfect method for hard boiled eggs and homemade mayo.
After searching through many recipes I came up with this dog food mixture that seems to please the pups and hold up pretty well for about a week in the fridge.
Cooking shows should be inspirational, but far too often I think they scare people off. I’ve heard people get intimidated by the perfect looking food and worse yet the sexy people cooking who never seem to break a sweat or have a dirty kitchen.
I love pizza. I love it even more the day after. It’s so easy to make or order extra and eat it for days. What I don’t like is soggy or soft leftover pizza that’s been zapped for too long in the microwave. Intro a non-stick skillet!
So the holidays are over and our pants are too tight and wallets are empty. You want to eat healthier and save some money right? Usually those two don’t pair well- but with some planning and creativity you can cook simple, healthy meals that won’t cost you a fortune. Here are a few of my …
Hands down my favorite grocery store in Austin is Central Market. Both locations are great- but I usually find myself wandering the aisles of the North Lamar spot.
As another year begins, millions of Americans will resolve to go on the typical diet that will be paired with trying to work out more. The gym will be full for most of January and people will shed a few pounds, but by early Spring the gym will be back the regulars only and the diets will be long gone.
The weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas are often crazy, stressful and usually a lot of fun. I find myself attending holiday parties, shopping for great gifts and soaking up time with good friends before we travel for the holidays.
I’ve always told my Dad he should start a restaurant where people bring in their leftovers and he turns them into an amazing meal. He could literally take anything left in the fridge and turn it into a breakfast of champions.
Quite frankly Costco makes me happy. Pushing that huge cart through aisles of over-sized products in quantities I could not consume in a lifetime some how makes me smile. I find items I did not even know I needed. With seemingly good deals around every corner its important to be smart when shopping at a …
My current cookbook obsession is Now Eat This! by uber-talented (and hunky) chef Rocco Dispirito. Living in Texas the past few years has fueled my desire for comfort foods like mac and cheese and anything fried.
One of my favorite aspects of travel is getting to taste new and exciting food. Its amazing to learn about a culture’s tradition through their local cuisine. I love getting recommendations from “real” people, instead of the hotel concierge.