Poor Girl Eats Well's Masa Harina Pancakes showcase the classic Mexican staple, and a fried egg and red bell peppers provide the perfect compliment.
I don’t know about you but, for me, Thanksgiving is all about the side dishes! Here are a few of my gourmet favorites to make every year.
One of my favorite parts about recipe developing is the chance to use ingredients in unexpected ways (or to use unexpected ingredients). Okay, okay… I really like putting myself through the Quickfire challenge, à la Top Chef. So when I hung out with my eco-hero Ed Begley, Jr. and discovered he had a natural soda […]
This method of chopping cilantro is very very simple. Too simple, I know. But every time someone new sees me doing it, they are surprised.
If you love Thai Iced Tea, these homemade Thai Iced Tea Popsicles are the perfect summer treat. They’re easy to make and super delicious. And what better way to enjoy Thai Iced Tea all year long!
An “egg in the hole” breakfast recipe with an over-easy egg fried up inside an avocado. And because it is a toast-free recipe, it is also gluten free!
Try this Christmas-inspired white wine sangria made with fresh cranberries and rosemary. This infused-wine recipe is easy to make and great for the holidays.
A fun twist on the classic creamsicle, using Greek yogurt, beets, mandarin oranges, and thyme. A recipe as delicious as it is pretty.
It’s National Chip & Dip Day! Celebrate with this fresh pineapple, avocado, and tequila salsa. It’s easy to make, fun to eat, and you only get kinda drunk. Let the drunk dialing begin!
Mother’s Day, Easter or any time of spring, these champagne and flowers popsicles are gorgeous, festive and tasty!
A tea-based twist on the traditional poached pear recipe. Using red rooibos tea, these pears are rich, elegant and spicy. You won’t even notice the lack of wine.
The perfect way to indulge if there ever was one. Fresh asparagus covered in gooey Gruyere cheese and then topped off with a fried egg.
What better way to celebrate spring then with this gorgeous stuffed artichoke. It’s stuffed with couscous, bell pepper, tomatoes, garlic and parsley. The perfect dish for a vegetarian Easter?
Roasted red beets, mandarin oranges, and a whole lot of awesomeness make up this tasty colorful salsa. You don’t even need chips. Just a serving bowl big enough to face plant in!
I am always looking for fun and exciting ways to add heat to a meal. I put it in my sangrias, popsicles and pretty much everywhere. Well, sometimes I just want to go straight to the source.
I love breakfast, especially during lunch or dinner. And baked eggs is one of my favorites. It’s quick, simple, and super tasty. This Salsa Verde Baked Egg dish is no different.
Reach for something fresh this Saint Patrick’s Day by enjoying this cabbage salad, made with fresh apples, oranges, fennel, and pomegranate.