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These oats are at the intersection of healthy and convenient, a place that can sometimes feel like a ghost town. But truly, this is a dish that will cook breakfast for the entire week while you sleep AND is rich in fiber, omega 3 fats, and needs little sweetener. These are going to be the […]

Breakfast-All-Week Steel Cut Oats

I’m not quite sure how it happened, but I blinked and summer is over. The past 3 months seemingly flashed before my eyes, and next thing I knew, it had been quite some time since I had made it out to the Dallas Farmer’s Market. With traveling, getting into the rhythm of a new job […]

Lasagna Stuffed Eggplant

If there is one food I could never get tired of eating, it’s strawberries. I just adore them, and it’s rare that I go a day without having some for breakfast. But honestly, they are SO much more flavorful when they’re in season, so when they made their debut at the Dallas Farmer’s Market, I […]

Chili Lime Salmon with Strawberry Mint Salsa

This recipe can be classified under “throwing things together and praying it’s edible”, but let me tell you- I was SHOCKED at how this turned out. I was really craving something that resembled lasagna, but my stomach doesn’t do well with tomatoes, so I really had to think outside the box. And then I found […]

Eggplant Ratatouille Bake

This is the ultimate “waste not” dish for when you’ve got a carton of eggs in the back of your fridge about to expire and those bunches of herbs you needed for a recipe but only used a snippet… Throw them all into a skillet and let them slowly melt together into custard-y goodness. Perfect […]

Fresh Herb Frittata

vegan pasta

If there is one thing I have learned through studying nutrition, it is that no one diet or lifestyle is the “best.” Our bodies are all wildly different in their nutritional needs, and we have the freedom to tailer our diet to fit our specific needs. As long as whole, fresh foods from the earth […]

Vegan Spring Greens Pasta Salad

It’s 40 degrees and raining outside. And I’m standing in it, staring at a table full of root vegetables and leafy greens. If I’m honest, this is not my best experience at the Farmer’s Market. But rain or shine, I am here to support my local farmers- in particular, I’m loving what I see at […]

Winter Greens & Radish Pesto Pizza

The only thing more exciting than waking up on Christmas morning is waking up to the smell of something sweet and spiced on Christmas morning. If the comfort of being home with family and the anticipation of the “magic” that happens every night before Christmas was an aroma, it would be this. I’m not much […]

Mulled Spice Overnight French Toast Bake

One of the best things about the farmer’s market is, without question, the ability to interact with the farmers and vendors. To shake the hand that helped produce and harvest your food is to bring back the human connection we have lost through big supermarkets. This weekend, as I wound around the aisles drifting from […]

Cast Iron Citrus Chicken

If the words “stuffed” and “squash” in the title of this dish isn’t sweet music to your ears, then what if I throw in “chorizo” and “queso fresco”? If you’re anything like me, there’s a straight up symphony going on in your head (and maybe your stomach) right now. Whether Texas weather chooses to acknowledge […]

Southwest Stuffed Squash

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