Do you ever just want something crunchy? Well, I often crave something like chips or crackers. I decided to take the idea of sweet potato fries and turn them into baked chips. It is SUPER easy, as you know that cooking is not necessarily my forte, and very delicious!
As with everything I make, they are also incredibly versatile, and easily catered to your personal tastes. Continue reading
Now that I have you all running, right?!, you need to know what to feed that ferocious running machine! While eating healthy, such as whole foods, will always be great for your body’s performance, there are certain foods that help someone with the muscles and needs of a runner.
Snacking is an easy way to get off track with your eating, so here you’ll find some quick suggestions for incorporating healthier snacks into your running and daily routine. Continue reading
When it comes to eating healthy, I am no stranger to pizza and ice cream. I am also a non-intentional practicer of mindless eating. What can I say, I like my food!
Now that I sit in a cubicle for 8 hours a day, I want to make sure I’m staying on track and making the best food choices whenever possible. I find that I’ve had to re-think the way I see food, when my body needs it, and why. This has helped shape some better eating habits my way.
Hello all! I have completed my travels to CA and before I do anything, let me say that it has been an incredible trip (non-healthy food, non-running, and all!)
Now that I am settled in, though, it’s time to get back to the grind and that means running regularly, but most importantly cooking yummy meals. So, after a request for my breaded tofu recipe, I have decided it’s the perfect post to dive back into the blogosphere. Continue reading
My recent amazing food discovery… I think I tweeted a picture of it a while back… is homemade oatmeal. But, I haven’t been working all week, so I’ve been playing around with more food creations and have perfected my oatmeal and thought I would share with a quick breakdown.
With homemade oatmeal, you’ll be getting your fill first thing in the morning, without the extra sugar, sodium, etc that you’ll find in the packaged stuff. Continue reading
Admit it, you’re guilty… of being a little over-zealous at the apple orchard and still having five pounds of apples laying around. It’s okay, who wouldn’t go crazy with a picker in one hand an empty bag in the other — it’s only natural.
This means, though, that we must find something to do with all your hard earned fruit. Today I tried my hand at two wonderfully delicious apple creations today and I am here to share! Continue reading
Dinner tonight = homemade baked spinach ricotta ravioli… YUM! I promise you it’s easy — let’s be honest, if I can do it, you can too!
- Spinach (frozen or not, I used frozen and just cooked it in a skillet for a minute)
- Nasoya won ton wraps
Aren’t we all inherently our best chef? We know what we like, and how we like it. I find that when I make something that doesn’t turn out well, Ben and I will often go our separate ways in the kitchen and turn it into the dish that we would like. Adding our own touches to personalize the dish. To do this, we are reaching into the pages of our own cook books.
Everyone has one. A specific list of ingredients that we like paired with other items to make a complete dish. Some of dishes in my cookbook: Continue reading