Who else is excited that spring is almost here? We’ve had a fairly mild winter here in the Northeast compared to other years, and I can’t wait to start prepping and planting my family’s organic vegetable garden. We always seem to reap a bumper crop of zucchini. What to do with all that zucchini? I love to make zucchini…
Who else is excited for Super Bowl Sunday? After all, we all know one of the best things about football parties. The food, of course! 😉 Today, I have a perfect party food for you that’s sure to be a hit on game day: oven baked curly cheese fries.
(I’ve updated this recipe. Get the free printable recipe here: Skillet Beef And Zoodles.) This summer I have been reaping quite a big harvest of zucchini from my vegetable garden. What better way to make use of all those zucchinis than by making zoodles!
One of my kids came down with a nasty head cold this month shortly after returning home from a high school debate tournament. The cold quickly spread as my other son caught it too, then John, and then Nicole. As I am the only one left standing and the mom, I have of course become the designated nurse. 🙂 One…
March Madness is in full swing and has sports fans everywhere on the edge of their seats. The college basketball tournament is looking to be one of the most exciting sporting events of the season and has already served up several thrilling underdog wins.
The winter has been so long and cold here in New York that some days I’d rather curl up on the couch with a hot bowl of soup than venture outside. But this week the weather has been warming up ever so slightly (the mounds of snow in my front yard have melted just a little…
It’s a zoodles kind of day! The snow is finally beginning to melt outside, and I’m celebrating with a warm bowl of freshly cooked spiraled zucchini noodles topped with the creamiest basil and pistachio pesto sauce.
Ever since my kids gifted me with a Paderno 4 Blade Spiralizer last year, zoodles have become my
How could we have lived without you all these years? You are a gluten-free foodie’s best friend, turning our favorite vegetables into long noodle-like swirls. Could zucchini really be a substitute for spaghetti?
My mom’s new spiralizer from Paderno World Cuisine turns zucchini into noodle-like swirls, a perfect pasta substitute. I had no idea what to expect the first time I tried zoodles, but ever since enjoying that first bowl of delicious zoodles and meatballs, I’ve been a bit zoodles obsessed.