Closeup of Spicy Salsa Margaritas with salt on the rim of the glasses and jalapeno slices and lime garnishes with chips and guacamole in the background

Spicy Salsa Margaritas

Once upon a time, there were two ladies – Mary and Margarita – who put their heads together to come up with a tasty beverage to serve to guests. Mary, whose full name was Bloody Mary, liked her drinks spicy and tangy. Margarita liked hers with citrus and tequila. Together, they created these Spicy Salsa Margaritas, a fun play on

Closeup of Spicy Coconut Shrimp on a white background

Spicy Coconut Shrimp

A mixture of tapioca starch, shredded coconut, and cayenne pepper make the coating to these tasty Spicy Coconut Shrimp.

Thai Chicken Salad-in-a-Jar on a wood table with red and white checkered napkin underneath

Peanut-Free Spicy Thai Chicken Mason Jar Salads

Want to eat more salads but hate how tedious it is to mix a fresh salad each time you want one? The solution has been staring us in the face on Pinterest, Instagram, and food blogs like this one! Mason jars! Yes, there’s more to a Mason jar than just a trendy way to meal prep – there’s actually a real purpose behind

Overhead view of Roasted Eggplant with Quick Shatta Recipe on a white platter on a light wood background

Roasted Eggplant with Tahini & Quick Shatta

Eggplant is an excellent dish to serve to guests at a dinner party, lunch, or even for brunch. It’s one of those foods that can satisfy vegetarians and meat-eaters alike and it’s not overly abundant at most restaurants, so to me it feels special when you

Closeup of Spicy Citrus Chicken and Noodles topped with red peppers in a skillet on a blue background with red chopsticks

Spicy Citrus Chicken & Noodles

Easy meals are what I’m all about during the week. Who wants to finish working only to stand in the kitchen for an hour or longer preparing dinner? Not I! That’s why I love stir-fries, curries, and dishes where everything is made in one pan and the meal contains

Mussels Fra Diavolo

Gluten-Free Mussels Fra Diavolo Recipe

I love mussels. They are an inexpensive form of protein, they cook up quickly, have this lovely subtle sweet, sea taste to them, and because they look like restaurant food but are dead simple to make. When I lived in Northern California we used to go to the beach at low tide and harvest mussels. We would throw them in an ice chest, take them home and cook them up