It’s been unseasonably warm in Salt Lake so far this winter…I was able to go out without so much as a sweater until this week. But the white ground following a recent and brief snow fall already has me yearning for a summery day. Until that day comes, in-season pomegranates and persimmons are the perfect way to punctuate my … Continued
Every once in a while, I roast a whole chicken. When the bird has been cared for (free range, organic), it results in a succulent, elegant meal that tastes delicious, is good for you, and lets you enjoy the entire chicken instead of just its parts. But what do you do with a whole bird? … Continued
Mango photos, mango-cutting tutorials…maybe it’s time for a mango recipe! And for those of us still on the edge of winter, this recipe will add color to dreary days. Want to see how to cut a mango? Check out this post here. 5.0 from 3 reviews Print Colorful Mango Chicken Lettuce Wraps Author: Stormy @Maoomba Recipe … Continued
Fresh roasted corn and heirloom cherry and pear tomatoes add color and sweetness to this Roasted Corn Quinoa Salad
This light summer salad uses seasonal nectarines, sprouts, and greens, along with rich avocados and pistachios and a spritz of zesty balsamic vinaigrette. It is easy to make, refreshing to eat, and does not have gluten or dairy to weigh it down.
This is a salad for the meat-and-potatoes folks in your life. It is rich, hearty, and great for a cool fall evening. Not much fanfare here, just good eats.
Oh boy. Some days, I just need food that satisfies ALL of my taste buds. Today was one of those days. With a handful of cashews, 8 pounds of apples, and some spinach and carrots that needed to be eaten, it sounded like the perfect time to make a curried cashew salad. This yummy dish can be made with chicken, tofu or tempeh.