Creamy soups are my vice and I especially love to indulge in them when I want something comforting. Clam chowder was always one of my favorites growing up, but seeing as it is full of butter, cream, potatoes, and flour, I have missed it terribly over the past few years. If you’re in the same… Read more »


  I’m excited to share this Spring Vegetable Tart recipe with you after all of the excitement about it on Instagram this week! I was voting on going out to Easter brunch this year since I’m still recovering and didn’t feel up to cooking a feast. My Father in Law kindly offered to cook all… Read more »


While the flavor of licorice is a characteristic of raw fennel, roasting the bulbs brings out a subtler, savory taste. In this dish roasted fennel and garlic are puréed with celeriac, or celery root, to mimic the texture of mashed potatoes, but with...

  This is part III of my Gluten-Free at Disneyland series! To see my first post for snacking in the parks, click here, and for my post on breakfast and lodging click here. Dining in California Adventure While dining gluten-free or paleo at Disneyland is absolutely doable and enjoyable, it does take some work. Most… Read more »


Celeriac, or celery root, is a fascinating potato substitute and works especially well in breakfast dishes. A hash is a substantial way to start off your day, and you can make it even more substantial by topping each portion with a fried egg....

  My apologies for getting this recipe for Corned Beef and Cabbage with Parsnip Turnip Purée up after Saint Patrick’s Day! As I mentioned on Facebook, we took a last minute trip down to Los Angeles to see family and friends and attend a conference. I know it doesn’t bring as much excitement when it’s… Read more »


  Hi! Welcome to my weekly digest! If you missed something on social media or are trying to find something you saw but forgot to save, you can usually find it here! Links to my favorite products, new videos or recipes, and of course- lots of memories with my babes! You can also find pretty… Read more »