Day After Turkey Pot Pie (Grain Free)

Thanksgiving comes just once a year, but the turkey usually lasts a few days. And its hard to want to eat turkey at every meal for days following turkey day. But put it in a pot pie? With some leftover turkey stock and drippings, some of those leftover carrots and celery you have lying around…

Moroccan Braised Beef & Chickpeas

Let me start by saying, this is probably my favorite meal of all time. Since I first made it, it’s been in a place of honor in my stomach (heart). It’s not a weeknight dinner, it’s the kind of slow cooked divinity you make on the weekend while you’re home (maybe it’s raining out) so…

Garlic Ginger Asparagus w/ Tahini Lemon Sauce

Ah , asparagus, the vegetable I used to turn my nose up at. Now, one of my favorite veggies to whip up. I like my asparagus roasted with a nice char at the tops, but still with some bite at the bottom. This asparagus is brightened with the addition of some fresh ginger and the…

Mississippi Pot Roast

I know what you’re thinking. Does the world need another pot roast recipe? And the answer is yes and it’s this one. You’ve probably seen the phrase “Mississippi Pot Roast” thrown around a lot on Pinterest. And you know, I’m not really sure what the history is behind it or if it is in fact…

Roasted Brussel Sprout Salad w/ Lemon Pomegranate Dressing

Around the holidays, I’m not really okay with people using the word “salad.” But for this dish I’m making an exception. The deep roasted flavor of the shredded brussel sprouts balanced out with the light, refreshing taste of the lemon and pomegranate makes this an absolutely fabulous dish to serve around the holidays. Not only…

Marinated London Broil

To be honest I never really liked making or eating a piece of London Broil until I learned that I was cooking it entirely wrong. London Broil refers to the method of cooking, less so the cut (usually a thin top round or flank steak) but you will see it labeled “London Broil” in most…

Stove Top Green Bean Casserole

It’s the holidays, and odds are if you’re hosting a family dinner your oven is booked until the last minute trying to get everything cooked. So why not just cook your green bean casserole on the stove? No one HAS to know how it got to the table. This dairy free green bean casserole takes…

Apple Bundt Cake w/ Vanilla Glaze

Fall is here and so are the apples! Winter is approaching quick, but my brain is still hooked on all the fall flavors you see this time of year. With Thanksgiving just around the corner, everyone is thinking about pies, but why not add something a little different to your table this year? This cake…

Onion Jam

Onion Jam is probably not the first thing you think about when you’re trying to decide what to top your burger, your steak, your brussel sprouts, your hot dogs, or your potatoes with, but it definitely should be. Don’t let the word jam startle you, this condiment is a multi-faceted relish that tastes absolutely delicious…

Perfect Mashed Potatoes (w/ Gravy & Toasted Crumb Topping)

Rarely do you see a holiday dinner without a big bowl of mashed potatoes in the center. Which is why I felt that the classic dish needed some flare via toppings this holiday season. I tire of the same old predictable side dishes, so Ive designed the perfect dairy free mashed potato as the base…