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Monthly Archives: September 2015

Brussels Sprout Breakfast Salad

I’m always trying to squeeze in as many veggies throughout the day as possible, and I have found that if I start eating them at breakfast time, it really sets the tone for the rest of the day. Not that I’m likely to give up my fruit and grain-like breakfast tendencies any time soon, but hey. I just may, and if you like going mean and green breakfast style… may too. Disclosure: I am not suggesting that fruit and ‘grain-like’ things for breakfast areView full post »

Vanilla Orange Spice Cake

We’ve made it to September y’all, and fall is on its way! Temps all over the country are starting to dip, leaves are falling, and people everywhere are getting their bake on. So in preparation of the coming season, I dedicate this recipe to all of you who dream of citrus and cinnamon, cozy blankets, hot tea, and tall leather boots to crunch through those orange and red painted leaves- with the crisp autumn breeze running through your hair. Oh, fall- you couldn’t come soonView full post »

Sweet Strawberry Corn Muffins

Since I finally busted the baking code and feel pretty comfortable throwing things together, all we’ve felt like doing lately is…well…bake. Recipe after another is flowing from this tiny little kitchen and quickly filling up our ‘magic potion’ journal. I guess the happiness zone is sort of helping with that too-I’ll be honest, I wasn’t doing so well for a while. All the changes that came in the months of June and July caught up with my womanly emotionsView full post »

Sweet Potato Skillet with Bacon and Kale

Anything you can make using only one pan has all respects from me. And who ever invented the cast iron skillet, I love them. This veggie skillet uses only one giant cast iron skillet; which you probably already guessed…like duh, and I don’t like to brag, but it rocks! Working in a tiny kitchen, without modern day conveniences has presented  some challenges, both creatively and in all the ways of time saving. There’s no dish washer, no disposal and a tiny fraction ofView full post »