Savory Pink Grapefruit Salad

savory grapefruit salad

I don’t want to tell you how many cookies I ate at the cookie swap and in the days that followed. Just know that it was way too many. Truth be told I did share my loot from the swap with my kids, and I did try to take only tiny bites of everything. But … Read more

Thoughts on BlogHer Food and Spring Greens Salad

garden greens

I returned from my first BlogHer Food conference late last night. I woke today feeling a little unsettled. I had a great time at the conference. I got to spend quality time with bloggers I already called real-life friends, and I met some completely awesome people for the first time (including many of my idols … Read more

Greek Pizza

Greek Pizza

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of FRESCHETTA® for SocialSpark. I am being compensated for my efforts; all opinions are 100% mine. We make homemade pizza on a pretty regular basis around here. Though my husband and I like to get super creative with our toppings, I have to say that … Read more

Black Quinoa and Red Lentil Salad with Parsley

I dreamed this salad up last week, thinking it would be perfect for Passover. Turns out there’s a lot of debate about whether or not quinoa’s actually Passover-appropriate (and many Jews won’t eat lentils during Passover, either). So while I am posting this during Passover, the observant among you might choose to make it some … Read more

Winter Citrus Millet Taboulleh

millet taboulleh

Taboulleh (also spelled tabouli, tabouleh, and tabbouli) is a classic Middle Eastern salad that generally contains chopped vegetables, herbs, and a liberal amount of olive oil. It’s an extremely flavorful dish, and I love how there’s plenty of room to play with the ingredients. While traditional taboulleh is made with bulghur wheat, I enjoy experimenting … Read more