Salsa Chicken Chili

I grew up eating chili. In Minnesota, chili is something we rely on to get us through the bitter cold winters. Minnesota kids are the ones who know exactly what it's like for the superintendent to keep schools open with 30 below temperatures and 12 inches of snow. When I was growing up, there was … Continue reading Salsa Chicken Chili

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Cauliflower and Lentil Curry

A little spicy. A whole lot of flavor. The original recipe is drawn from one of my favorite bloggers, Pinch of Yum. I decided to tweak it a bit to add more veggies (you know me, I'm all about the veg) and some heat. I'm slowly becoming a spicy food lover (key word being SLOWLY). … Continue reading Cauliflower and Lentil Curry

French Toast Bake

In case you haven't noticed, I love breakfast foods. I could easily eat pancakes, waffles and french toast for the rest of my life... with lots of butter of course. One thing I despise about making french toast is the amount of time it takes to prepare. Soaking each slice in the egg-milk mixture for … Continue reading French Toast Bake

Gingerbread Biscotti

Biscotti dipped in coffee. A perfect snack to keep me going when I'm up late working on blog posts, rotation assignments or catching up on the latest Game of Thrones episode. Biscotti are basically a crispy breadstick-like cookie. They are twice baked which gives them a delicious crispy exterior that softens ever so slightly when … Continue reading Gingerbread Biscotti