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Snacks

Snacks

I always keep a small bag of almonds in my purse/bag for those times when I need a snack. They especially came in handy during SXSW. Just picture me standing in a bar, sipping water and snacking on my almonds and the occasional fruit snack. I totally fit in. Anyways, I usually just eat raw almonds but … Continue reading

Sesame Peanut Butter Noodles

Sesame Peanut Butter Noodles

There comes a point in your post grad life when you realize you need to start actually saving money. This point usually comes after you’ve been avoiding looking at your bank account, because you know you’ve been spending a lot of money, but have somehow managed to convince yourself all your money would still magically … Continue reading

Brinner? Dinfast?

Brinner? Dinfast?

Sometimes I just really don’t feel inspired to cook. Or bake. Or eat anything that isn’t from a bag, frozen container, or box. But now that I’m “eating healthy” or rather, “trying to eat healthy,” I’ll push myself a little harder on nights when I come home from work and just want to stick my … Continue reading

Cheesy Chicken and Rice Bake

Cheesy Chicken and Rice Bake

With lots of exciting things going on in my life, I don’t have as much time to spend in the kitchen. So this past weekend, I made a few meals that would be perfect for freezing and reheating on the nights I didn’t have the time to make a full meal. I searched on my … Continue reading

Not Your Ordinary Meatloaf

Not Your Ordinary Meatloaf

This dish is one of my favorite comfort foods and perfect for a cold night. Cold is a feeling I have not experienced in a while. As I’m writing this, it is 79 degrees here and a frigid 12 degrees at home. I think I made a wise choice moving south. (We’ll see how I feel about … Continue reading

Low-Fat Pancakes

Low-Fat Pancakes

Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you’re stuck in a very small space with someone you don’t like very much? Maybe you’re stuck waiting to cross the street and you run into your ex? Or maybe you’re put in a group project with the annoying class snob? Perhaps you’re trapped in a … Continue reading

Lazy Sunday

Lazy Sunday

Most weekends I take the time to make something sweet and special for brunch, like french toast or pancakes. This weekend I woke up and wanted something healthy so I decided to look for a new granola recipe. I love my mom’s version of granola but I’ve been making it quite a bit lately and … Continue reading

Vegetable and Chicken Soup

Vegetable and Chicken Soup

Happy New Year! While we all know I have a sweet tooth, sometimes I just crave vegetables. This soup features a plethora of vegetables and since it’s made with chicken broth, it is not as heavy as other tomato based vegetable soups. It’s the perfect way to start off the New Year and detox after … Continue reading