Greek lamb and feta puff pastry pizza

To quote Hannibal from the A-Team, “I love it when a plan comes together”! I wrote a while ago about being stuck in a cooking rut, and 3 months later, it seems as if I’ve found myself in a similar situation — relying on the same old standards and being a bit on auto-pilot. This

It’s okay to not go crazy on Valentine’s Day

Yes, I realize that Valentine’s Day has come and gone already. When we first got together, we had the talk about what our priorities are surrounding Valentine’s Day. I’ve never been super into it personally, but have felt the societal pressure in the past. I had the experience in prior relationships of the stress of

Peanut butter, honey, oat and coconut bites

Peanut butter and chocolate has never really been my thing. When people first find out that I’m American, they assume that I love Reese’s peanut butter cups. I guess I’m kind of a traitor to my country’s culinary heritage, but meh, it’s okay, but it doesn’t light my fire like it does for a lot

Family-friendly recipes: Chicken and chorizo slow cooker stew

We all need some deliciousness in our lives. Especially the kind that requires minimal effort, is truly set it and forget it. Even better if it’s something the entire family can get excited about, filled with lots of flavor and you can get some veggies into the little ones.  This. is. it.  Confession time: I

Carrot cake soft oat bar recipe (no added sugar)

So our Very Hungry Kiddo had bacterial tonsilitis last week and was living off of milk and refusing all food– even cheese! –except Organix soft oaty bars. He loves these things and when he gets hungry, by default, he runs to our pantry, reaches up towards the shelf they live on (top shelf, because if