As I mentioned yesterday, this month’s Recipe ReDux theme was Pizza Party. I certainly got in the pizza making mood and made a couple of variations. The first, Rosemary-Roasted Tomato Pesto Pizza, was a hit with my family, but the second one was their favorite. So here’s a second ReDux recipe for your viewing – and cooking – pleasure!
Mushroom-Onion Truffle Pesto Pizza Print Prep Time 45 mins Cook Time 30 mins Total Time 1 hour 15 mins Mushrooms and onions saut… read more »
That’s this month’s Recipe ReDux theme and a great dinner for a busy weeknight, Sunday family dinner, or a gathering with friends (think Superbowl Sunday coming up next weekend!). I’ve made pizza at home before and kept it pretty basic, like these seasonal pizzas. But this time I wanted to do something different. Instead of traditional tomato sauce, I made a lightened-up kale pesto as the base of my pizza. Then I had fun with the toppings! I love pizza and had so many… read more »
For dinner last night I had miso-glazed arctic char, chili-lime roasted butternut squash, and roasted broccoli. The plate was balanced and the food tasted delicious. That’s what Nutritioulicious meals are all about! I posted a photo of my dinner plate on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter and received numerous likes and comments, including many asking for the squash recipe.
So for those of you who asked, it’s a slightly modified version of this Martha Stewart recipe. Since I don… read more »
Surprisingly – and I’m almost embarrassed to say it – cooking rice is not one of my strengths. It seems so basic, but for some reason I have a hard time getting it right. I’ve thought about getting a rice cooker, but really haven’t found a need since I tend to make other grains like quinoa, barley, and farro more often. But I came across a rice recipe that sounded really good and worth a try. It’s the best rice dish I have ever made and it’s become a favorite in my… read more »
As you’re getting ready for the end of 2013, you may be thinking about what lies ahead for you in the coming year. Some people have a custom of wearing red on New Year’s Eve to bring them good luck in the New Year. Other people give gifts on Near Year’s Day to bring good fertility or prosperity to friends and loved ones. And as we take time to reflect on the previous year, we often make resolutions for bettering ourselves in the year to come.
One tradition I wasn’t familiar with was the concept of “go… read more »