It’s spicy, creamy, and stuffed with crab. Essentially all the best foods in one delish dip! Serve it with a variety dippers for a snack or appetizer…or SNACKATIZER! For a Louisiana twist we’re using Chachere and TABASCO, brands well ingrained in Louisiana culture.
I love me some rainy day comfort food. Thank goodness today (September 23) is National Great American Pot Pie Day. Did you know that was a thing? Well it is, and you’re welcome!
Crunchy, creamy, and oh-so-satisfying! This dip’s got flavor on flavor. It’s easy to prepare and a great savory dish to hit the-“I’m craving pub food”-spot.
Although I’m not a fan of football (not even a little, sorry), I am a HUGE fan of snacking. And where can some of the best tasting—not necessarily best for you—snacks be found? Game day watch parties!
Crunchy vegetables scattered amongst warm, seasoned rice with bites of fresh, juicy pineapple that burst in your mouth.
This onion dip is a crowd-pleasing, savory hit!
Creamy, tangy + subtly-sweet. The perfect crisp addition to a sauce-smothered meaty entree and savory crunchy beans.
It’s protein-packed, flavorful + hearty, and paired with taco chips…Mmm! It’s crunchy and munchy. :)
Well those garlic knots we made recently + the rainy day really made us crave an Italian night in so that’s just what we did.
Porch parties are my absolute favorite—great friends + conversation, beautiful weather, crisp wine + of course small plates. One of the easiest, yet still elegant small plates (or “acepipes”) I like to serve is a Portuguese-style, warm marinated olives.
So this week I took matters into my own hands and made some super simple, yet satisfyingly delicious garlic knots from my new favorite find—Wholly Wholesome Gluten-Free Pizza Dough!
Alright guys, remember a few #TacoTuesdays ago when we whipped up some last-minute, pantry-ingredient Korean BBQ-inspired tofu tacos, well in typical fashion I didn’t write down what I was doing, just keep adding ingredients and sampling until dinner was ready...
Anyway back to the point of today’s post, in true Hawaiian fashion we needed to introduce more coconut to our island diets—in the form of Long-Grain Coconut Rice!
I LOVE tofu! It’s so, so, so versatile! It can be prepared in so many different ways, lending itself to different flavors and textures. Savory and crispy. Smooth and sweet. It can be the “meat” of a meal...
To me, poutine (pronounced poo-teen) is the purest Canadian comfort food. Rich, warm brown gravy coating each freshly made, crispy fry, then just for good measure topped with chunks of melty, gooey cheese. It’s the ultimate bowl of savory, messy goodness!
Tonight’s plans? Netflix + Chili.
For a date night dinner is there any reasons to look further than pasta? Italian food is super romantic, pairs well with wine, is filling, generally not too much work. The best ROI if you will.
It's Super Bowl Sunday! But this game day is about more than the final score and corporate advertising, it’s about people coming together to celebrate with one another over cold drinks and delicious food!
I used to be indifferent to olives, but am so glad my tastes have changed!
As we start adding more vegan eats to the site, we thought we would start with a great vegan base—cashew cream! It’s seriously a life-changing as it can be used countless ways.
I love traveling and I love exploring different cities and experiencing all they have to offer from culture to museums and museums to food, but there I love getting home from a trip and enjoying a home-cooked meal.
I am constantly snacking. Not good when you have a beach vacation coming up, that’s for sure.
My fiancé isn’t usually a breakfast-person, but he will wake up for these bad boys! They are everything bakery-style muffins should be—fluffy, flavorful, and filling.
Make entertaining look (and actually be) easy with this warm, creamy, Christmas-colored cranberry & rosemary-topped goat brie.
Is there ever a bad time of year for chili? I don’t think so, but when the weather outside is rainy or cold, a big bowl of warm, inviting chili is just riiiiight!
Nothing says easy like a casserole and few things are more delicious. Especially if your my fiancé and the casserole in question is chicken stuffing.
Cauliflower has always gotten a bad rap. It’s the last veggie to be eaten off mixed vegetable platters at parties. It gives off an unpleasant sulfur smell when cooked. In general, they are tolerated. BUT NO MORE!
Don’t you think it’s time to make your Thanksgiving centerpiece something that can stand on its own. Something juicy and bursting with flavor. Another all-American classic—Meatloaf!
The one thing I usually find lacking at Thanksgiving dinners are the vegetables. I feel like people are preoccupied with the preparing the turkey, stuffing, and potatoes that the vegetables are usually an afterthought.
Thanksgiving is right around the corner and although it’s not my personal favorite holiday, it does come with some pretty awesome food.