Lunch

Two-for-One Recipes || Shredded Pork Stuffed Japanese Sweet Potatoes

We are continuing our two-for-one series but this time, I’m switching up the protein. If you’re just tuning in, what I mean when I say “two-for-one” you get to take one main ingredient and spread it across two meals, saving some time and energy. Sometimes I freeze half the protein and make one of the meals at a later date and then other times I make both at once and eat one for dinner and make the other for lunch for the week. Next week we’ll step into the tex-mex realm using the second half to make Carnitas Fajita Bowls, but this …

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18 Fall Recipes I Want To Be Eating and Drinking Right Now

As the weather starts to turn cooler, it’s time for comfort food and all things pumpkin spice! This collection of delicious fall recipes will keep you warm and cosy! Hearty stews, baked desserts and warming drinks, there’s something you are sure to love here! Fall is tactile. It’s thin cotton sweaters coming out of hibernation, followed a few weeks later by their cashmere counterparts.  It’s boucle and wool, chunky knit throws and glen plaid blazers. It’s dry, brittle, exuberantly colored leaves the crumble …

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Easy Chicken Chili with Roasted Corn

This easy chicken chili recipe is packed with healthy and nutritious ingredients Made without tomatoes, this dish is full of Mexican flavors. Perfect for a weeknight meal and it can be made ahead of time. (Editor’s Note: In case you missed it, head back to the previous post to read up on two-for-one recipes. This is the second installment for how to take one main ingredient and turn it into two meals with Lauren Daniel) I have been going back and forth on whether to call this a soup or a chili. I honestly think it’s a chili but feel …

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Two-for-One Recipes || Peach Rosemary BBQ Pulled Chicken

The most requested recipes I (Lauren) get are easy meals, so this month I’ve got a series that will offer you the chance to take one cooked ingredient and turn it into 2 meals or maybe for you it’s a meal and then the other recipe is lunch for the week. Either way these will save you time, energy, and effort! This week we’ll take one whole chicken, stick it in a crockpot and use half to make Peach Rosemary BBQ Pulled Chicken and the other half to make a Roasted Corn Chicken Chili. I like to call this recipe pairing easing into …

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