As a kid there was nothing I loved more than chips and salsa as a snack. Over the years we would add queso to the list. I remember coming home from long days at school and my brother and I would sit on the couch sharing a bowl of chips and salsa. It was delicious and always hit the spot. While I’m a bit older now, I still absolutely love this snack and have been exploring recipes to make homemade salsa. This recipe has become a staple around our house. It takes around 5 minutes and 5 ingredients to make. We’re lucky if a jar of this lasts more than a week around our house, so I’m sure you’ll love this staple as well.
There’s something about dessert. The finishing note to any dinner and the perfect antidote to an sweet tooth. When it comes to the Whole30 recipes, dessert is hard to come by outside of a small plate of fruit. This recipes stays true to guidelines and provides a delicious smooth finish made in around five minutes (outside of freezing time).
If there’s one vegetable I could never tire of it would be asparagus. I know it’s shown up on the blog time and time again for this very reason. Whether made into asparagus fries (insert link) or served with an aioli and eggs, there’s something about this vegetable that I adore. This recipe is a classic and staple in our house, perfect in time for asparagus season.
There’s something about lamb. Whether as a roast or in a soup, served in sandwiches, or on top of a bed of sweet potato fries (Greek fries are a favorite in our house), there’s something about lamb that says opulence and luxury. Paired with spices of cumin, coriander, apricots, and balsamic vinegar, these skewers can be made either on a grill pan over the stove or over the charcoal flames.
There’s something about gluten-free baking. While the offerings have come a long way, it’s challenge to get a cake or muffin that isn’t overly dense. This muffin combines great sweet and savory pairings, and is a combination of flavors found in an everything bagel with the texture of a muffin or cornbread. I love serving this at a brunch, bringing balance to sweet coffee and fruit.