I’m back! Happy 2016! This Mexican Chicken Pot Pie recipe is PERFECT for the cold weather we’ve (finally) been experiencing. It’s a spicy take on classic comfort food. Don’t be intimidated by the long list of ingredients – you can definitely make substitutions as needed! One of the great things about this recipe is that
If you’ve read about these make-ahead breakfast sandwiches or my peanut butter overnight oats, you know I love the option to make things ahead of time. There’s just something about being able to prep a meal in advance so that it’s right at your fingertips and super easy to prepare (without feeling like you’re
Tomato week continues with a suuuuper easy and delicious classic. Just in time for #TacoTuesday, today I’m sharing my fail-proof recipe for homemade pico de gallo. Pico de gallo is simply a fresh, uncooked salsa. It’s usually pretty chunky and has a little heat to it. The trick with pico is to use the best,
I could eat spicy, Southwestern-flavored food every. single. day. Fun fact: I have a birthmark shaped like a taco! This dish has all the flavors of enchiladas, but without the tortillas and guilt. If you’ve never made quinoa before, don’t be alarmed – it’s easier than rice and a delicious whole grain you can feel
Happy Tuesday, friends. Today we’re talking pizza and beer. We LOVE making pizza on the grill, especially in the summer. It keeps the kitchen cool and can be customized with whatever ingredients you have on hand, grew in your backyard or scored at the farmers market. It’s also great for dinner parties: just divide the
thai chicken quinoa bowls | Cody Uncorked.
While we’re getting our new house (and kitchen) organized, I’m lusting after a few new recipes I can’t wait to try. I’m also loving the idea of indoor/outdoor rugs, which warm up a space and are easy to just hose off if something is spilled. Grilled Tomato Skewers on Toast by White On Rice Couple Cheddar
the Ultimate Nachos cookbook.
How did you celebrate National Margarita Day?