Taco Tuesdays call for margaritas and mariachi music. It’s one of our favorite excuses to bring everyone together and make great food during the week. After falling in love with our braised beef short ribs with rustic root vegetables, we decided to try a new take on our short rib and make them for tacos. This was a favorite. I am happy to say we were scraping the pans clean to make more tacos as the night went on.[Read more…] about Mexican Style Beef Short Rib Tacos
These sweet and spicy short rib tacos are absolutely delicious. As the short ribs and veggies braise, they take on the sweet citrus flavor of oranges and brown sugar as well as a punchy heat from jalapeños and chilis in adobo.[Read more…] about Sweet + Spicy Short Rib Tacos
This recipe clocks in at just 250 calories and is packed full of delicious, nutritious ingredients! Ingredients like basil, lemon, and garlic come together to create a bright, flavorful dish that the whole family will love.[Read more…] about Healthy Pan Seared Cod With Basil Sauce, Artichoke Hearts, and Broccolini
Finding delicious, healthy recipes to make at home can be so challenging. We scroll endlessly through gorgeous Pinterest feeds, but it seems like every meal is 800 calories and full of salt, sugar, or fat. This meal is simple and delicious — It’s gluten free, soy free, dairy free, and will leave you feeling full and happy all afternoon.[Read more…] about Healthy ‘Soy-less’ Marinated Mahi Mahi With Asparagus, Cauliflower Rice, and Coconut Aminos + Soy Sauce Alternatives
You won’t be disappointed throwing these pizzas in the oven, but we like to use the barbecue every opportunity we get!
We write a lot about barbecuing and our favorite recipes, but I want to take some time in the next few weeks to share some healthy, delicious meals that we enjoy preparing at home. I’ve had quiet a few of you reach out asking for simple, healthy meals that you can prepare in your own kitchen. A very easy crowd pleaser is pan seared salmon with sautéed vegetables. While you can choose whichever veggies you’d like, I normally like to do sweet potato, onion, mushrooms, and sometimes some zucchini together. This recipe is filling and only requires a few ingredients.
If I could have Chinese take out every single night, I probably would. We’re always searching for new ways to make health, Asian inspired dinners. We try to incorporate as many veggies as possible at dinner time. Sometimes we have the stir fried veggies on their own, or serve over a bed of white rice or pan-fried lo mien noddles. Enjoy!