This week’s lentil chili recipe makes a fantastic base for a healthy weeknight taco bowl!
Part one of a three-part series on flexible weeknight dinners – a spicy lentil chili you’ll be able to use in all kinds of meals!
Make chili on the weekend and use it in creative ways in your lunches throughout the week!
Harissa might be my favorite new thing in my pantry. It’s a North African chili sauce/paste – depending on what you buy, I guess. Mine came in a tube. I know I’ve had it before outside of my house, and it seems like more and more recipes call for it, so I’ve been wanting to […]
Another relaxing, fun and full-of-projects weekend! It’s amazing how time can be full and relaxing at the same time. We were busy doing holiday projects, planning a party, making delicious foods, tasting delicious food at Tails and Trotters’ open house, enjoying a date night at the Firehouse Restaurant, going to church and more! My life […]
I am so proud of this recipe. It has depth. It has heat. It has smokiness. It’s (accidentally) vegan. But it’s definitely the best chili I’ve ever made. I am sharing it with my coworkers today at the Soup Club at work. Hope they like it too! 🙂
Every family has their own go-to chili recipe, it seems. Or they have a few variations. I know the two Dave and I grew up with are quite different: my mom’s chili is a tomato-intense ode to the essentials: ground beef, chili beans, and cumin. And boy is it good. Dave’s is a whole different […]
This recipe is one of our standbys: easy, goes-with-many-things, and just plain delicious. Preheating the oven is the most arduous step. Possibly because it is the most perfect recipe ever. I love cornbread. I love cornbread muffins, especially because they take significantly less time to bake. I especially love them with Dave’s chili and a […]
Popcorn is the simplest and most delicious of snacks. But I’m not talking about that greasy (but OK, sometimes delicious) crap you get at the movies or even out a bag. I’m talking about corn, salt and oil, with whatever topping you decide to put on top (more on that later). A 30-oz jar of […]