This is so spring. A fresh pesto (purchased…but by all means make your own. kudos). A bunch of pretty asparagus that finally seems appropriate to eat now that it is spring. Little balls of
Unsliced, fresh baked bread from a great bakery – many supermarkets produce wonderful loaves – this is what you need for outstanding toast. I ordered whole wheat pain au lait bread from Runner and Stone
We have waffles at least twice a week. I already have 3 waffle recipes on the site – my go-to perfect whole wheat freezer waffles, quinoa flake whole wheat waffles, and healthy chocolate flaxseed waffles.
I apologize for missing a week and getting this out late. That’s how things go sometimes. I had a stomach virus on Sunday – doesn’t exactly put you in the mood to meal plan.
I try really hard to adhere to Meatless Mondays. In general I would like to move us more and more into a routine of less meat – but that would require my children to
Emilie came up with and named this dish herself. And it is delicious. I had to record it for two reasons – one, I really think your little ones will enjoy this even if
My sweet son William is terrified of any green foods. If I sit next to him with a salad, he literally runs away. Won’t touch a vegetable. Not frustrating at all for a mommy