September 28, 2020 by Nicole Collins Jump to Print Recipe Meat who? I feel like that's about where I'm at these days thanks to our recent #MeatlessMonday endeavors. I really never realized how easy (or fun) it was to plan meatless meals as a normal part of each week's meal plan. But the deeper we get into this, the less I miss the meat. Could I go vegetarian permanently? No. Well, not yet anyways. Actually, no. I love seafood WAY too much to ever give it up. But, maybe there'
September 25, 2020 by Nicole Collins Jump to Print Recipe Do you guys ever feel like the more you say that you don't like something, the less true the statement becomes? I feel like that's happening more and more to me these days. For example, I've always been a mustard hater. I had a bad experience with mustard when I was a freshman in high school, and I haven't been able to look at it the same way since. But somehow, thanks to all of the mustard tastes tests I've done at wo
September 23, 2020 by Nicole Collins Jump to Print Recipe I refuse to accept that “grilling season” is over. The days may be much shorter and darker and colder and ickier. But, I am not ready to let go of summer. I feel like after the crap that 2020 has put us through so far, the least it can do is extend the season of sun and fun a little longer. Is that too much to ask? I don't think so... If I'm being totally honest though, I can't use the “grilling season” argument to cam
September 21, 2020 by Nicole Collins Jump to Print Recipe It’s not easy bein’ green. Ask Kermit. He’ll tell you all about being the color of the leaves. I bet if you asked the green vegetables, they’d have some stories to tell too. People are always saying “eww” or “yuck” when they’re talking about eating their greens. And, I think that is a darn shame! I’ve always been a green veggie lover…conditionally. If it’s raw, I’m in. If they’re cooked…ehh not so much. But, that’s not