Shrimp Risotto

This simple shrimp risotto was inspired by a trip to Venice. It’s made with tiny pink shrimp, shallots, parsley, and lemon zest. Super creamy! You’ll think you’re in Italy!

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Go retro with this Brown Sugar Baked Ham with Pineapple! Massage brown sugar and spices into the ham 24 hours before you serve it. Cover with pineapple and bake slow and low for a juicy, succulent Easter or Christmas ham.

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Bok choy is quick and easy! You can make bok choy that is simple yet delicious in just 15-minutes. All you need is baby bok choy, olive oil, garlic, green onions, and roasted, salted cashews.

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Six Weekday Meals I’m Eating Right Now

Hello friends!  

Let’s take a break from formal baking recipes.  I’d like to show you what I’m eating for breakfast, lunch, and dinner these days.  The real deal.  Not fancy.  Very little sugar and gluten. Everyday delicious food.  

I’m putting some work into my health and diet these past few months.  It’s not a revamping of my New Year’s Resolution but rather a (deep-breath) real commitment to my health and my body as I learn how to combat the symptoms of my Stage IV endometriosis that I’ve really struggled with the past several years.  I’m using the food I eat more strategically, avoiding things like gluten, dairy, and white sugar for a bit / increasing things like beans and dark greens and nuts and seeds, to see if I can cut some of the pain and inflammation in my body.  

It’s been hard in some ways – because butter and gluten and sugar are such a huge part of my life.  It’s been easy in a lot of ways – because I can function with noticeably less puffiness and pain.

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Twice Baked Sweet Potatoes with Southwestern toppings are the BEST! Black beans, corn, bell peppers, and creamy queso fresco make this a colorful and filling main dish all on its own. Score!

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For The Big Spring Spruce-Up, we’re throwing our windows wide open and letting in all that fresh air. Follow along for handy tips and game-changing tricks—cleaning and organizing to-dos, home decorating projects, and more.


Will this be the year you finally plant the vegetable garden of your dreams? Some people are intimidated by gardening, but as long as you do a little bit of research (which you’re doing right now—give yourself a pat on the back!) and keep a can-do attitude, you can easily grow your own produce at home. I’ve even grown herbs and tomatoes out of my little apartment.

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