Lunch

Weeknight Meals || Smoked Chicken and Cheddar Quesadillas with Pico de Gallo

I’m certain each of us here could sound off about all of the things there isn’t time for.  “Not enough hours in the day!” we would say and heads would nod in agreement.  Dinner, for me, sometimes feels like one of them, but I’m bound and determined to make eating dinner together at home a priority.  It’s pure chaos sometimes getting everyone around a table with a hot meal in front of them, but practice is making it easier and the payoff– watching Ever’s expressions as she eats, entranced as …

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Creamy Prosciutto, Sundried Tomato & Artichoke Penne Pasta (Gluten + Dairy Free)

It’s finally that time in Austin where the weather is still cool enough in the evenings to enjoy a meal outside without getting attacked by bugs or sweating instantly. The longer days make it perfect for an enjoyable evening meal outdoors. In celebration of this amazing (yet short lived) weather, I’m sharing my favorite Al Fresco recipes this month. Al Fresco is a style of dining that is casual, “in cool air” or outdoors, and often shared with friends or a special someone. To start, a gluten free, dairy free pasta recipe that Chase …

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Gluten Free Crispy Chicken Wings with Garlic Teriyaki and Buffalo Dipping Sauce

GF Crispy Baked Wings When you think of indulgent comfort food, your mind might immediately think of french fries, mac-n-cheese, or ice cream, but none of those are actually my guilty pleasure.  When it comes to my indulgent cravings, give me all the crispy, dripping in sauce, fried chicken wings, please!  I can easily eat a dozen, so when I learned that you can make truly crispy wings at home without frying them, I had to try it. I’ve been hooked on them ever since.  I can’t take credit for the actual process of making these wings crispy. I found this …

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Gluten Free Slow Cooker Banh Mi Wraps

Sometimes I (Lauren) think the concepts of meal prep and slow cookers get a bad rap. I often hear people say they make for rushed or bland meals, but if you like to eat healthy and have a busy life, I think you have to master both of these. I obviously disagree and believe that not only can you make flavorful, delicious meals–you can enjoy a variety of styles of food.  I love to cook Asian flavors. I am no master of them yet but I really enjoy experimenting and learning new techniques. Banh Mi is the Vietnamese word for bread. Bread, …

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