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

Making kid food exciting for grown ups

So sometimes you can’t think of anything original to make for dinner, for lunch, for breakfast, whatever. Your mind has reached peak decision fatigue and you just reach for whatever to eat. But you kind of want to still have something vaguely nutritional, flavorful, or just a little bit exciting than standard kid or family-friendly

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

Lagom: The Swedish Art of Balanced Living book review

As I posted a few weeks ago on Instagram, I hit the real jackpot at my local library! I went in to take a few books back that we had out over the Christmas period and found Lagom*** along with The Little Book of Hygge***! These were both books I nearly bought at our local