Author: Jacksonso

Goddess Curry Chicken Salad Recipe

This post was originally published a few summers ago, but I have been making this all the time lately so it’s back for another run. We gave it a fresh video but everything else is the same – a little sweet, a little savory, fresh and healthy and full of protein! I hope you love Read More

Homemade Whole-Wheat Pizza Rolls

I think we’re all looking for any new, creative dinner ideas we can get our hands on these days. But instead of something completely new and different, how about reinventing a recipe you already know your family loves? Homemade whole-wheat pizza is something we’ve had hundreds of times, but my girls were both super happy Read More

The LA Chop Recipe – Pinch of Yum

click here to Pin this recipe This is one of those times when the flavors, colors, and textures of summer come together in a huge, crunchy rainbow salad. And for one meal, life just feels right. It’s healthy-ish but not too healthy, like all the best salads. We’ve got fresh tomatoes and lettuce and radicchio Read More

Chicken Shawarma Sandwich with Garlic Sauce

I’m excited to share a deeeelicious new recipe with you! I think this is one of my husband’s favorite things I’ve made (maybe ever) … at least based on how many times he said how much he liked it, LOL. These hot Chicken Shawarma Sandwiches with Garlic Sauce (inspired by a local restaurant—more on that Read More

Roasted Tomato Puttanesca Recipe – Pinch of Yum

click here to Pin this recipe Tangy, briney, and peak stand-over-the-stove-eating-out-of-the-pan goodness. This low-key puttanesca is a marriage of steamy, sticky noodles, and a silky, olive-oil-heavy, garlicky sauce made with loads of fresh vegetables (yes, vegetables). A knob of butter gets melted into the noodles / sauce to turn up the sauciness, and then, for Read More

Grilled Sausage and Peppers with Garlic Aioli Recipe

click here to Pin this recipe This recipe is sponsored by ALDI Let me just roll this out: Italian Chicken Sausages, plus onions and peppers, all grilled and juicy and tucked into a toasted (but still fluffy) brioche bun swizzled with a punchy little aioli to tie it all up. Is it summer? I think Read More

Wild Fried Rice

Add the remaining tablespoon of coconut oil to the pan and stir in the ginger, garlic, and red pepper flakes just until fragant, about 30 to 60 seconds. Stir in the cooked rice, soy sauce, rice vinegar, sesame oil, and honey until the rice is heated through. Source link Please stop by and check out: Read More

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