Why Not Roll Your Own Sushi

One of our favorite meals to make together as a family is sushi rolls. I cook up the rice and cut up all of the seafood and veggies, then we all gather around the table to do the rolling! It is fun to see what new combinations we can come up with. Rolling your ownContinue reading “Why Not Roll Your Own Sushi”

Peach Pizza with Arugula, Gorgonzola, and Balsamic

Hi y’all! I realize that my posts have been few and far between. I hate when people go on about how busy they are because let’s be honest, who isn’t busy! I will say I also believe that we all have time for the things we make time for, and I just haven’t made bloggingContinue reading “Peach Pizza with Arugula, Gorgonzola, and Balsamic”

Linguini with Beets, Goat Cheese, and Walnuts

Howdy folks! I have to admit that there are so many vegetables that I have only discovered since getting into cooking. I guess my parents weren’t on a mission to expand my palette by introducing some of the more strongly flavored veggies as a child. I, however, being such a wild and free spirit haveContinue reading “Linguini with Beets, Goat Cheese, and Walnuts”

Simple Summer Pasta with Basil Pistachio Pesto and Blistered Tomatoes

Hi Y’all!  Tomorrow our baby, Georgia, will be five weeks old.  I cannot even begin to tell you how wonderful and stressful the past month has been.  Taking care of a four year old, two year old, and a newborn is a challenging adventure everyday.  Some days the house gets cleaned, a healthy dinner isContinue reading “Simple Summer Pasta with Basil Pistachio Pesto and Blistered Tomatoes”

Quinoa and Poblano Stuffed Acorn Squash

Old Man Winter has finally caught us in his grasp.  The ground is covered with fresh snow; it is time for some comfort food.  Roasted winter squash is a quintessential cold weather food.  The delicate sweet flesh warms my soul.  I know many people add sugar or maple syrup to acorn squash when roasting it,Continue reading “Quinoa and Poblano Stuffed Acorn Squash”

Game Day Vegetarian Chili

One of the things I love about this time of year is watching football.  At our house we make LSU games an event.  Every Saturday we make sure that our schedule is clear for game time, and then we say, “what are we going to cook for the game?”  So of course we were thrilled that LSU madeContinue reading “Game Day Vegetarian Chili”