With the ingredients for our pita pockets, I used things that I happened to have on hand in my fridge. Remove ingredients that you don’t care for, replace some, add more! Anything goes and let me tell you, these were so simple to make and super refreshing to eat on a hot summer night! see recipe
With the weather warming up, we felt like having a refreshing pasta salad to accompany our grilled pork chops. see recipe
A simple and healthy breakfast or light lunch for 2 or 3 thanks to our Featured Foodie, Lisa’s Kitchen!
This is a well prepared Mexican dish by our Featured Foodie, Jenny with savourthesensesblog.com! see recipe
Egg drop soup is fun to play with. You can add different ingredients to make it your own! see recipe
Never too early to sample potential Cinco de Mayo recipes! Here’s one from our friend “Healthy. Delicious. ” They hit the spot served as an appetizer or main dish! see recipe
OK, this recipe was adapted from the Whole Living Challenge. My husband made it for me this morning/Valentine’s Day. see recipe
Thanks to our Featured Foodie, Jenny with Savour the Senses Blog, we have the perfect cleansing recipe! This detoxing soup is loaded with vegetables and herbs and makes 14 servings. see recipe
OK PEOPLE! Cooler temps call for big batches of hot soup like this veggie soup made from stuff you have in your fridge! see recipe
Thanks to Nami, one of our newest Featured Foodies, we have this authentic Japanese side dish prepared with sesame seasoning. Freshly roasted sesame seeds really add aroma and flavor to the dish. see recipe
Here’s a quick and simple recipe for tonight’s dinner that will cost under $5! Serves 4.
Yummy! Simple! Mustard seeds shake things up a bit! Try ’em! Serves 4! see recipe