Recipes

Bacon Pea Salad

By Julie Andrews | May 25, 2021

There’s just something super nostalgic about bacon pea salad. It reminds me of being a kid and making this and macaroni salad on a hot summer day. My dad would…

Banana Walnut Pancakes

By Julie Andrews | May 18, 2021

I love pancakes and waffles. I know you’re supposed to have a favorite between the two, but I love them equally, and for different reasons. Pancakes are fluffy, soft, nostalgic…

Shepherd’s Pie with Sweet Potato Topping

By Julie Andrews | April 20, 2021

Nothing screams comfort food like a piping hot casserole dish filled with a savory beef and veggie filling and a smooth, creamy sweet potato topping. It’s time for Shepherd’s pie.…

Tomato Herb Omelet

By Julie Andrews | June 15, 2021

Omelets are perhaps one of the most versatile breakfast dishes out there. You can put (almost) anything inside of an omelet and they make the perfect base for a high…

Banana Walnut Pancakes

By Julie Andrews | May 18, 2021

I love pancakes and waffles. I know you’re supposed to have a favorite between the two, but I love them equally, and for different reasons. Pancakes are fluffy, soft, nostalgic…

Mushroom Kale Crustless Quiche

By Julie Andrews | January 18, 2021

There is no better feeling than having breakfast prepped and ready for the week ahead. Whether you’re traveling in to work or working from home, it’s nice to have a…

Cinnamon Nut Granola

By Julie Andrews | October 24, 2019

My very favorite breakfast items are those that can be prepped ahead, are quick to reheat or don’t require any cooking the morning of, fill me up for a few…

Chili-Rubbed Pork Chops with Sautéed Garlic Greens

By Julie Andrews | October 15, 2019

I know I’ve mentioned this before, but I’m a huge believer in what I like to call “back pocket recipes”. The ones where you don’t really need a recipe and…

Chicken Noodle Soup

By Julie Andrews | September 30, 2019

There is nothing cozier than a bowl of homemade chicken noodle soup. Whether it’s a cool fall day, a blizzardy winter day or a sick day (or just any other…

Dark Chocolate-Covered Strawberries

By Julie Andrews | February 11, 2021

One of my favorite easy chocolatey treats to enjoy on Valentine’s Day are dark chocolate-covered strawberries. They’re so easy to make and are much less expensive to whip up than…

Pumpkin Pie Parfaits

By Julie Andrews | November 9, 2020

Thanksgiving is right around the corner and I think we can all agree that pumpkin pie is a MUST on the holiday table. I look forward to it every single…

Dark Chocolate Mug Cake

By Julie Andrews | February 3, 2020

Many of us are looking for something sweet to eat on Valentine’s day – especially chocolate – and this mug cake is the perfect solution. It’s fast and easy to…

Global Food in Five: Grilled Caesar Chicken Breasts

By Julie Andrews | June 1, 2021

Summer is in full swing and I am loving all of the grilling recipes! One of my latest faves is this recipe for grilled Caesar chicken breasts. The dressing/marinade is…

Whole Wheat Pesto Pasta

By Julie Andrews | May 4, 2021

This whole wheat pesto pasta is probably one of my favorite things to cook. It requires a few simple ingredients that provide immense flavor. Lemon, basil, garlic, olive oil –…

Cheesy Polenta with Shrimp

By Julie Andrews | April 27, 2021

Talk about comfort food! This cheesy polenta with shrimp hits all of the right notes – the polenta is creamy and cozy, the shrimp has a beautiful olive oil flavor…

Tomato Cucumber Gazpacho

By Julie Andrews | June 22, 2021

Have you ever tried chilled soup? Gazpacho is an easy-to-make blended soup made with tomatoes, cucumber, bell pepper, fresh herbs, vinegar, lemon juice and olive oil. It is refreshing, especially…

Tomato Herb Omelet

By Julie Andrews | June 15, 2021

Omelets are perhaps one of the most versatile breakfast dishes out there. You can put (almost) anything inside of an omelet and they make the perfect base for a high…

Bacon Pea Salad

By Julie Andrews | May 25, 2021

There’s just something super nostalgic about bacon pea salad. It reminds me of being a kid and making this and macaroni salad on a hot summer day. My dad would…

Tomato Cucumber Gazpacho

By Julie Andrews | June 22, 2021

Have you ever tried chilled soup? Gazpacho is an easy-to-make blended soup made with tomatoes, cucumber, bell pepper, fresh herbs, vinegar, lemon juice and olive oil. It is refreshing, especially…

Tomato Herb Omelet

By Julie Andrews | June 15, 2021

Omelets are perhaps one of the most versatile breakfast dishes out there. You can put (almost) anything inside of an omelet and they make the perfect base for a high…

Global Food in Five: Grilled Caesar Chicken Breasts

By Julie Andrews | June 1, 2021

Summer is in full swing and I am loving all of the grilling recipes! One of my latest faves is this recipe for grilled Caesar chicken breasts. The dressing/marinade is…

Lemony Broccoli Pasta Salad

By Julie Andrews | May 11, 2021

We are heading into the summer season in just a few short weeks, so I’m thinking about side dishes and light salads I can throw together for camping, potlucks and…

Whole Wheat Pesto Pasta

By Julie Andrews | May 4, 2021

This whole wheat pesto pasta is probably one of my favorite things to cook. It requires a few simple ingredients that provide immense flavor. Lemon, basil, garlic, olive oil –…

Lightened-Up Beef Stroganoff

By Julie Andrews | January 23, 2020

Behold the ultimate one pot comfort food recipe that will help keep us warm during these cold winter months. This is a dish that many of you have requested, so…

Bacon Pea Salad

By Julie Andrews | May 25, 2021

There’s just something super nostalgic about bacon pea salad. It reminds me of being a kid and making this and macaroni salad on a hot summer day. My dad would…

Lemony Broccoli Pasta Salad

By Julie Andrews | May 11, 2021

We are heading into the summer season in just a few short weeks, so I’m thinking about side dishes and light salads I can throw together for camping, potlucks and…

Brussels Sprouts Cranberry Salad

By Julie Andrews | December 7, 2020

Can I interest you in a festive salad that goes perfectly with any holiday meal but is easy enough to make on a weeknight? I thought so! This Brussels sprouts…

Sheet Pan Cod & Potatoes

By Julie Andrews | March 9, 2021

We’ve all been there. It’s 5pm and we’re all just getting home with no plan for dinner. We want something nourishing and balanced that’s easy to make and cooks quickly.…

Grilled Scallops with Salsa Verde

By Julie Andrews | September 8, 2020

Cooking fish and seafood can often seem intimidating, but I’ve got a fool proof method for cooking THE BEST grilled scallops! They’re fast, easy and melt-in-your-mouth, so go ahead and…

Sauteed Cod with Peach Avocado Salad

By Julie Andrews | July 14, 2020

Peaches! One of my very favorite fruits of summer. And while I usually eat them by the bushel or in a light dessert, it’s also fun to use them in…

Bacon Pea Salad

By Julie Andrews | May 25, 2021

There’s just something super nostalgic about bacon pea salad. It reminds me of being a kid and making this and macaroni salad on a hot summer day. My dad would…

Lemony Broccoli Pasta Salad

By Julie Andrews | May 11, 2021

We are heading into the summer season in just a few short weeks, so I’m thinking about side dishes and light salads I can throw together for camping, potlucks and…

Creamy Asparagus Soup

By Julie Andrews | April 13, 2021

What better way to celebrate spring than with a big bowl of creamy asparagus soup? And what I love about this soup is it’s a much lighter take on the…

Antipasto Skewers

By Julie Andrews | December 29, 2020

Looking for a quick and easy appetizer to help ring in the new year?! Even though most of us are staying home this year, it’s still fun to put together…

Broccoli Cheddar Tots

By Julie Andrews | September 15, 2020

Most of us are looking for fun ways to serve veggies to the kiddos (and even the adults!), so look no further than these broccoli tots! The base of these…

Zucchini Quick Bread

By Julie Andrews | July 21, 2020

What more could you ask for when it comes to summer baking? A loaf, fresh out of the oven, of Zucchini Quick Bread is really all we need. Typical quick…

Tomato Cucumber Gazpacho

By Julie Andrews | June 22, 2021

Have you ever tried chilled soup? Gazpacho is an easy-to-make blended soup made with tomatoes, cucumber, bell pepper, fresh herbs, vinegar, lemon juice and olive oil. It is refreshing, especially…

Creamy Asparagus Soup

By Julie Andrews | April 13, 2021

What better way to celebrate spring than with a big bowl of creamy asparagus soup? And what I love about this soup is it’s a much lighter take on the…

Slow Cooker Potato Soup

By Julie Andrews | January 4, 2021

It’s a new year and many of us are looking for ways to lighten up our meals and incorporate more whole, nutritious ingredients into our recipes. While this is a…

Tomato Cucumber Gazpacho

By Julie Andrews | June 22, 2021

Have you ever tried chilled soup? Gazpacho is an easy-to-make blended soup made with tomatoes, cucumber, bell pepper, fresh herbs, vinegar, lemon juice and olive oil. It is refreshing, especially…

Tomato Herb Omelet

By Julie Andrews | June 15, 2021

Omelets are perhaps one of the most versatile breakfast dishes out there. You can put (almost) anything inside of an omelet and they make the perfect base for a high…

Banana Walnut Pancakes

By Julie Andrews | May 18, 2021

I love pancakes and waffles. I know you’re supposed to have a favorite between the two, but I love them equally, and for different reasons. Pancakes are fluffy, soft, nostalgic…