As much as I try, I am not a potato person. Mashed, sweetened, baked, roasted, or fried, I’ve tried them all and cannot find one I like (well, except for the skinniest of french fries…). However no holiday meal is complete without a starchy vegetable and thus enters roasted acorn squash.
Growing up we always had green bean casserole on our table for Thanksgiving dinner. You know the one, canned green beans, cream of mushroom soup, and French’s fried onions sprinkled on top. This is not that green bean casserole.
Thanksgiving is a day full of delicious and comforting foods steeped in family tradition… that also happen to be starchy, full of fat, and leave you feeling like a beached whale. In order to combat the calorie-bomb of a meal to come I decided to prepare a salad full of Autumn’s greatest offerings.
Some days I come from class and have absolutely no desire to cook. Okay, being honest this happens most nights of the week. However its not good for my wallet or waistline to keep ordering pizza and making froyo runs. Luckily, I’ve discovered a delicious meal that takes no longer than 5 minutes to prepare… Read More Crispy garlic parmesan edamame
Last time I made the crockpot BBQ shredded chicken I used this amazing coleslaw as the side. BBQ tends to be a little sweet because of all the sugar in the sauce, so something tangy is the perfect accompaniment.
I really don’t think there is an easier recipe for meatballs than this one. You don’t even have to turn on your oven!