I've said it before but it is shocking, 40% of food produced is wasted, of that 40-50% comes from consumers. I am sure that number only increases this time of year. If you want some tips for Thanksgiving meals, and what to do with leftovers listen to this interview I did with WIAD, CBS DC … Continue reading Thanksgiving Leftovers
1. Americans aren't the only ones wasting perfectly good food. This article explains different ways, apps, and websites throughout Europe that are helping to reduce the amount of wasted food in each country. 2. This is an amazing app just launched to help connect restaurants with extra food to consumers at a sale price. The app … Continue reading 3 Ways People are Reducing Food Waste + Enjoy More, Waste Less Infographic!
A fresh and delicious summer dinner, corn and tomato risotto with homemade no waste roasted vegetable stock.
10 days, 4 girls, 1 small car, 1,300 miles and an epic adventure through Argentina and Chile. This trip has been top on my bucket list for a long time and I was lucky enough to make it a reality in early March. With so many amazing photos and memories to share I have … Continue reading 10 Day Road Trip Down Routa 40, Patagonia
Every year since living in DC, I make my sister her all time favorite dessert- Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting. Every year I try a new recipe hoping it will be better than the last. This year according to my sister "Was the best yet!" Mission accomplished. Recipe is at the end of this … Continue reading Carrot Cake Recipe & Sally’s Middle Name- Restaurant Review
One of the highlights of our trip to France was, with out a doubt, this cooking class(click for link), called Cuisine de Chef. Surrounded by the spectacular French countryside of mountains, vineyards, and orchards, I can't think of a more perfect setting to feel submerged into the serene Provence. Even if you do not attend the cooking … Continue reading Cooking Class in Luberon, Provence and Poached Pear Recipe
This weeks round-up meal plan is a diverse one. I don't like to put days to the plan because I think it is too restrictive, maybe you don't feel like eating stew on Monday but Wednesday it sounds good. So I will just give you the links and do with them what you want. A quick … Continue reading Sunday Round-Up
Happy Friday my friends! I feel like we are on the edge of spring but still can't quite get there. Try this delicious recipe to warm you up instead. Soup? stew? chili? How about a warming bowl of wonderful wintery goodness. When I was writing the title of this post I hesitated for a minute … Continue reading Lentil and Butternut Squash Soup
In France, cooking is a serious art form and a national sport. - Julia Child I don't know about you but when my family and I start planning a trip we typically start off by thinking about the food. My sister is in culinary school and did an apprenticeship at a resort in Greece over … Continue reading Provence- A food and wine lovers dream
These waffles are inspired by Beth from Local Milk Blog. I think I talked about her in my last post, because she is so inspiring and her recipes are amazing. They have the perfect touch of comforting yet creative, vibrant and wholesome. I made a few changes because I had to make do with what … Continue reading Graham Flour and Rose Water Waffles