recipes

A Thanksgiving Tradition: Bourbon and Chocolate Pecan Pie

This bourbon and chocolate pecan pie recipe is the thing that Thanksgiving dessert dreams are made of! Deliciously decadent and full of flavor, this is the best dessert you’ll serve this holiday!  (Thanks to Signature by Levi Strauss and Co. for sponsoring this post.) My mom, sisters, and I have an ongoing group text. At any given time, you’ll find us chatting about everything from politics and the local news to the latest décor item that my mom spotted in a model home and wants our opinion on. Last week we were lining up our …

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12 Thanksgiving Side Dish Recipes So Good I Want To Make Them Year Round

If you are looking for Thanksgiving menu inspiration, then look no further! I have got such a treat for you! These Thanksgiving side dish and appetizer recipes are so delicious, I promise you’ll be making them all year round! Time to start planning your Thanksgiving side dish recipes! There’s more to Thanksgiving dinner than that moment when everyone is finally convened around platters and platefuls of savory eats. Thanksgiving dinner starts now with the plotting and planning. What will be the main course? What side dishes go …

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Two-for-One Recipes || Crispy Carnitas Taco Bowls

Last week I presented the super easy, flavorful Pulled Pork Stuffed Japanese Potato but it didn’t end there–now I want you to take your leftover meat and create something totally different with it. One of my favorite things in fact, Crispy Carnitas Taco Bowls. This is another fabulous weeknight meal because it’s so so simple. Or have your pork stuffed potatoes and then use this to meal prep for a week of healthy lunches, totally upping your average brown bag lunch. You all know from my history, I love a good bowl, so that’s where …

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My Greek Mother-In-Law’s Spanakopita Recipe + Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again

  (This post is sponsored by Universal Pictures Home Entertainment) When I think of our first night in Bangkok, I’m instantly transported to a noisy restaurant with green upholstered booths and a steaming bowl of Pad See Ew. The same thing happens with Rome: twinkling lights al fresco and pass the carbonara please! While Greece has long been near the top of my must-see list, I have yet to wander its meandering cobblestone streets or ogle the whitewashed architecture in person. One bite of my mother-in-law’s Spanakopita (translated as …

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