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Butter and Pesto Roasted Salmon

As I sit in my living room to write this, my father-in-law and my uncle are in the backroom working on putting a header up in our addition. A task that was most definitely a pure and honest worry of my father-in-laws with the impending #Snowpocalypse that is slated to start today. We have roughly […]

Salmon Patties

I’m going to put this link on the top, because I don’t think I could explain the health benefits any better. I love Holistic Highway’s website and I hope you can find some good ideas for yourself :-). Ingredients for Salmon Patties: 2 tablespoons coconut oil 1 small onion – finely chopped 1 celery stalk – finely diced […]

Ham Bone & Navy Bean Soup

Do me a favor and save the bone! The ham bone that is. When I was a child, I remember my mother saving the ham bone from Christmas, Thanksgiving or Easter, and freezing it for months on end. Which is, kind of gross when you think about it! Just imagine for a moment, the disgust […]

Mahi Mahi Tacos

I have not written in a while. I haven’t been feeling very inspired lately, and to be honest, I’ve been very busy visiting family and friends, shopping for Christmas and birthdays. On top of the above excuses, we’re in the middle of adding an addition to our house and that has taken up most of […]

Cilantro Lime Jalapeño Dip

My husband and I are experts at growing jalapeño and poblano pepper plants. Every other plant tends to put up a nice little “I.O.U., catch you next summer” sign. So I combed the old interweb and found this creamy jalapeño dip recipe by Modern Honey. I’ve made this recipe three times so far and each […]

Spring Buddha Bowl

Buddha bowls are the best way to get a ton of veggies in one simple dish. Think of them as salad 2.0. You can create spring, summer, fall and winter bowls. They’re so interchangeable, beautiful and fun! Bonus – you don’t feel sluggish after eating a bowl of veg. With Buddha bowls in general, I […]

Zucchini & Ravioli Primavera

Michigan’s weather has been cold and hot lately (per usual), and the winter chill doesn’t seem like it wants to go away. My body wanted something warming yet fresh. Like most of you, I’ve been trying to lose my COVID 20 (lbs), exercise and generally be more consistent with making healthy choices. This dinner should […]

St. Patty’s Salmon & Colcannon

Yesterday was St. Patrick’s Day and I wanted to do something to honor my 2% Irish & Scottish DNA. I know, I know.. this was a shock to me as well. I mean… I like root vegetables, I’m very interested in Paganism and their rituals, I love music and Pubs, corned beef, and my name […]

French Onion Gnocchi

My husband and I have been craving French Onion Soup. It’s one of our go-to side orders at a restaurant. There’s just something about perfectly caramelized onions bathed in a salty, savory and thyme-y broth and then topped with an extra crispy crouton and gooey cheese than brings our hearts happiness. And in case you’re […]

Swiss Chard and Ricotta Cannelloni

My husband and I started gardening a few years ago. It’s fun playing in the dirt and truth be told, it makes me happy to feed others with the produce we grow. Last year, my husbands parents gave us some big beautiful Swiss chard leaves that they grew out of their garden. Sometimes I get […]


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