Hey guys! As you now know, Carianne and I have been busy bees lately, but we are SO happy to be back and writing for our favorite people. It’s National Nutrition Month aka our favorite month of the year….except not really because let’s be honest, the weather in New England this time of year sucks. […]
Hi all! Wow, it’s been a crazy semester- I can’t believe we haven’t posted since Halloween! November has truly flown by and now, the holiday season is here!
Although the calendar said March 20th was the official first day of spring I was having some doubts. Snow on the ground, wearing my winter coat/gloves and not worrying about leaving my perishable lunch in the car (yes it’s been under 40°F for all you fellow food safety sticklers). Sounds more like winter to me! […]
Cooking and eating vegetables is a topic I get really enthusiastic about and I hope you not only learn something new but try some of these healthy, cheap and simple (who could ask for more?!) cooking methods to increase your intake of vegetables in a heart-healthy way.
I love oatmeal. I know it has a bad rap for being bland, boring and something old people eat but there’s so much you can do to make it flavorful and delicious. This recipe is super simple to whip up, great to make ahead of time and can be enjoyed throughout the week. And because […]
In honor of National Bean Day (yes that’s a real thing, just ask Google) which was on Tuesday, today’s post features a fantastic Three-Bean Chili recipe. Chili is one of my favorite go-to winter meals and is very easy to make vegetarian (or vegan, like this recipe) and a crowd pleaser among meat eaters. It […]
Growing up we ate a lot of tuna-noodle casserole. Although it wasn’t always a favorite, it was quick and easy to whip up and inexpensive with 5 (plus whoever else showed up at our dinner table that night) mouths to feed. Regardless of the grumbles we dished out when this was served up on a […]