Arugula Salad with Lemon Balsamic in a white bowl with bowls of pine nuts, parmesan cheese and dressing on the side

Arugula Salad with Lemon Balsamic Vinaigrette

This easy and delicious peppery arugula salad features a homemade honey-sweetened lemon balsamic vinaigrette and is topped with pine nuts and shaved Parmesan cheese. Naturally gluten-free, this salad is simple to make and is the perfect salad to serve year-round.

Purple onion cut to look like a lotus flower

Lotus Flower Onions

If you’re having a party tomorrow for New Year’s Eve and need a last-minute dish that’s impressive yet simple, these beautiful Lotus Flower Onions are a great option! These can be set on an appetizer table at a cocktail party or used as edible

Grandma's Depression-Era Chocolate Cake with Berries on a white trivet on top of a blue background

Gluten-Free Grandma’s Tried & True Chocolate Cake with Berries

I have an old recipe box filled with my grandmother’s mother’s and my recipes from over the years. It is like a culinary family record. The best part is the little notes my mother and grandmother would make on the

Healthy Southern Collard Greens in a white bowl on an elegant white plate

Healthy Southern Collard Greens Recipe

I’ve been really into collard greens lately. They’ve been looking great at my local grocery store and I’ve found they are easier to prep than the commonly found kale at my grocery store (curly kale). Flatter leaves like collard greens are easier to

White Bean Burger with Quick Ponzu Pickles

White Bean Ponzu Burgers with Quick Ponzu Pickles

We’ve all heard of black bean burgers, and they’re delicious! But how about white bean burgers? If you haven’t tried white bean burgers before, allow me to introduce you to a delicious recipe for White Bean Ponzu Burgers with

Asian Grilled Chicken Thighs

Asian Grilled Chicken Thighs

These Asian Grilled Chicken Thighs are the ultimate prep-ahead summer main dish. Whisk the marinade ingredients together, pour half of it in a bag with the chicken thighs, and forget about it for at least 2 hours in the fridge. I like to do this in the morning and then just let them