Author: Kelli

Stone Fruit Salad

Summertime means stone fruits are in season! This easy and versatile stone fruit salad recipe is a true celebration of the season’s best fruits. Heads up: This post contains affiliate links, which means that if you decide to purchase any items, I may make a commission at no cost to […]

Easy Pickled Shallots

A jar of pickled shallots in the fridge can be a great staple. They add a bright, acidic pop to just about anything. Salads, sandwiches, grain bowls — you name it, there’s a place for a pickled shallot. Heads up: This post contains affiliate links, which means that if you […]

smashed cucumber salad

Smashed Cucumber Salad

Okay, I’ll admit it. I never used to like cucumbers. They always seem boring, flavorless, and a waste of a vegetable. I am here to admit I was wrong. This smashed cucumber salad is crisp, refreshing, and the perfect side dish for the summertime. Heads up: This post contains affiliate […]

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I was not a friend of Anthony Bourdain – I never even met him. But his death is hitting me harder than any celebrity death I’ve experienced to date. I read Kitchen Confidential in my last semester of college. Those last few months of school were a strange and confusing […]

close up of a turkey blt with avocado

Spicy Turkey BLAT

A spicy glaze over turkey bacon gives great flavor to this version of a classic sandwich. Avocado makes this healthy BLT a winner! Heads up: This post contains affiliate links, which means that if you decide to purchase any items, I may make a commission at no cost to you. […]

Two small bowls of almonds

Sriracha Roasted Almonds

If you need a snack, try these Sriracha Roasted Almonds. They are sweet, spicy, salty, and full of healthy fats — aka the perfect snack. Heads up: This post contains affiliate links, which means that if you decide to purchase any items, I may make a commission at no cost […]

Strawberry crumb bars on a white cutting board

Whole Grain Crumb Bars

Use your favorite fruit combinations in these whole grain crumb bars. They are satisfying enough for dessert, but have less sugar than traditional crumb bars… I won’t tell if you eat one for breakfast. Heads up: This post contains affiliate links, which means that if you decide to purchase any […]