As I’ve worked my way through the top 100(ish) recipes that have been imported by Plan to Eat users, I’ve noticed that many of the
Every once in a while a cookbook comes along to fill a niche on your bookshelf and you think to yourself, “Well, it’s about time!”
Ever since Kati Neville and Lindsay Tkacsik introduced me to their freezer-cooking recipes in Fix, Freeze, Feast, I’ve been hooked. For the past two years I’ve
Confession: this is the third time I’ve sat down to write this book review. I have such a deep fondness for this cookbook that I’m
I often feed my kiddos leftovers for lunch… but when I plan ahead, we actually have a great sandwich! Sandwiches seem to be the typical
Okay, so the actual name of this recipe was “Fruit, Nut, or Berry (or Whatever You Want Them to be) Whole-Wheat Muffins”. But that seemed
Really? Broccoli? In the Plan to Eat top 100(ish)? Hey, I don’t pick them. I just cook them. At #99 with 130 imports, I bring you:
Dark leafy greens are the best nature has to offer. According to this source: “…green leafy vegetables are among the most nutrient dense foods available
It has begun. Days in the triple digits, or just under. Sweat pouring from every inch of your body when you are just standing there.
I know you probably didn’t get excited when you read that recipe title. I wasn’t too excited either. In fact, when I saw it on
Pictured below: the non-GMO corn tortillas that led me into so much more! (here is part 1 and part 2 that started this story). Before
As I was working my way through the top recipes imported into Plan to Eat accounts, I was so tickled to find one that I
The phrase “I could juice that” is a constant in my mind these days. I bought our juicer to help my wife through a difficult
Have you ever noticed, when you’re using the search and import feature in your Plan to Eat account, there will sometimes be a footnote next
Those of us in Colorado are in the midst of a spring filled with sunny days hinting that summer is on its way, followed immediately
I love feeding a crowd. We’ve been doing a lot of that lately, even if it’s just an extra couple of mouths to feed. A
I’m a big fan of whole wheat flour cookies, cookies sweetened with honey or bananas, even cookies with raisins in them. Truly, I’ve never met
Assuming you were inspired by last week’s post on creating a kitchen garden, you may soon find yourself overrun with fresh fruit and veg in
Recipe Stash Busting: Fruit and Sunflower Loaf (or “If You’re Wanting to Teach a Chemistry Lesson in Your Oven”)
For this week’s stash busting effort, I decided to weed out a few of my quick bread recipes. I’ve mentioned that I have favorite “categories”
Every time I pulled out my stash of dessert recipes, I’d come to this one, sigh, and move on. It sounded exactly like something I
The two breakfast dishes I tried on my family this past week are from the casserole category known as a “strata”. Think of a casserole
As I work my way through my recipe stash, I keep finding themes. Snack bars were definitely one of them. Blueberry muffins, pumpkin pie, and
Every family has a collective pool of memories; the time that one of the kids’ pants fell down while crossing the street, or the birthday
This cake is a photography nightmare; it falls apart, it’s impossible to light well, and it’s not pretty. But–Oh, Lordy!–don’t judge this cake by it’s
Our family is really pretty good about loving veggies. We all eat salad, some of us complain about the radishes, but they are usually eaten
My last article was in praise of the Rebar cookbook. I said more about the cookbook than the recipe, and as I prepared the dish
Since we moved to Texas over a year ago I have been on a fascinating journey into the traditional foods of the south. Since
Have you tried making your sourdough starter yet? Mine is bubbling away in a 1/2 gallon container as we speak and I’m betting tomorrow morning
I’m a huge fan of sourdough baked goods for so many reasons. For one, the fermentation process really helps with the overall digestibility of the
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