This weekend I finally decided to try out a gluten-free pizza crust I found on the internet by Laura on her Shoot The Cook blog (Here). It turned out amazing! Better than I expected for being a first time go at it. I took some old-fashioned oats and ground them in my Ninja blender until it … More Gluten Free Pizza Crust
I don’t know about you, but I love sweet and tart things! Oh, and holiday spices and nuts! What then could make a more wonderful combination than a cranberry fruit salad!? This is my favorite fruit salad! It’s a classic atour family gatherings around the holidays too! I hope you enjoy it as much as … More Cranberry Salad
Onions are no fun to cut. They make people cry with their intoxicating aroma. But, if you’re like me, I love onions on my salads and in many other dishes. While growing up, our family helped cook meals once or twice a month for a recovery program at our church. We often made tacos and … More Perfectly Dicing an Onion
Cutting lettuce is often a difficult process. How do you wash it? How do you get bite-sized pieces? Is there a way to cut it efficiently? Here is one way I learned to cut lettuce while working in the food industry while during my college years. Step 1: Collect one head of lettuce, a chopping board, … More Efficiently Cutting Lettuce
Like the saying, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away,” everyone knows we need to eat fruits and vegetables to live a healthy life. Fruits and vegetables can be both delicious and filling. Here is one way to use meal prepping to make healthy eating through the week easy! What you need: 5-7 Mason Jars … More Salad in a Jar!