Whether you are trying to eat less meat, or just are looking for (mostly) healthy and easy lunch ideas, this recipe is for you. I imagine that one of the hardest things about not eating meat would be missing out on chicken wings. This recipe brings the spirit of buffalo wings into a re-imagined (and delicious!) vegetarian salad. In a world where it seems nearly impossible to come up with a unique recipe, I have to say I am very proud of this Savour the Senses original!
I have discovered a new love for baking during this quarantine. Maybe it is the lower altitude in New Castle, or maybe I’ve developed more patience over the years, but one thing is for sure – I’ve definitely stepped up my baking game. For me, it is an almost meditative experience.
I also need to say that no other recipe has ever brought me as much joy as my first loaf of sourdough bread did – and I have made a LOT of recipes. So before you write this off for being too hard or too time-consuming, hear me out.
The birds are chirping, flowers are blooming, and temperatures are rising here on the Western Slope of Colorado! With average daily highs in the 80s, now is the perfect time to make these refreshing tropical smoothie bowls! I love smoothie bowls because you can mix and match whatever smoothie bowl toppings and fruit that you may have on hand. These particular smoothie bowls were made with mixed berries, banana and coconut milk, then topped with granola, chia seeds, grapes and bananas.
Mee Goreng holds a special place in my heart. It (and Nasi Goreng) reminds me of my time volunteering at the Turtle Conservation Center on Nusa Penida off the coast of Bali. Though most of our meals were Nasi Goreng, it was always a treat to have the Mee Goreng, with noodles instead of rice!
Originating from the Ottoman Empire Shakshouka or Shakshuka is an easy baked egg recipe filled with flavor. The word is Arabic for “a mixture”, which is quite fitting for this dish. Although this version of the Shakshuka recipe is more traditional, there are TONS of ways to make this dish. Find a few other Shakshouka recipe ideas here!
Hello old friends! Wow, what a year it’s been. Sorry for being MIA for so long! Ben and I moved to the Western Slope of Colorado and began new careers. We also have been spending LOTS of time rock climbing. BUT – No excuses. All that matters is that we are here now and I have a bunch of tasty recipes to share with you all over the next few months, so be sure to follow along!
There is not much better than freshly cooked potstickers. The yin and yang of crunchy and soft- packed full of flavor… yes, please. It may sound counter intuitive to sear the potstickers then add water, but it works! This pork potsticker recipe is a favorite in our household. They take a little time to make, but are so worth it.