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September’s Entertaining Tips: Hosting in a Small Space

Small houses have a lot to offer – especially the old, quirky, slightly awkward variety. They can be cuter, cozier, and no matter how fancy they may be on the inside, the exterior can escape being cast into the lot of cookie cutter McMansions. Luckily, our house is small and a little bit run down, but in the “gives it character” kind of way. To me, it just feel like home. But, needless to say, our house is about as far from a McMansion as they come. Don’t even get me started on the builders in our area buying up the little old bungalows almost as fast as they are…

Sesame Honey Baked Tofu

I have received a few questions on the subject so I want to clear a few things up.  Most of the recipes I post are vegetarian in nature.  Some of the main courses even fall into the vegan category.  I am not a vegetarian, vegan, pescatarian, etc…  My dietary habits and patterns do not follow any any specified set of rules or guidelines.  I eat sweets – as you can tell from the blog.  I consume dairy – in moderation (because cheese, duh!).  And, occasionally, I eat and cook with meat!  The biggest guidelines that I follow are to eat everything in moderation. In general, I eat healthy monday-friday and…

Thick and Gooey Salted Caramel Dip

I’m not sure what combination of events lead up to this.  It certainly wasn’t a conscious effort.  I’m guessing living and growing up in Washington state played a large part?  And maybe always being on the go?  But I love apples.  Scratch that, I could probably be categorized as an apple nerd.  I would estimate that 95% of the time, my lunch consists of some combination of an apple and almond butter, peanut butter, or a handful of raw nuts.  I am not sure why I haven’t gotten sick of it or out grown it because I been eating it with regular frequency for well over 10 years.  While other…

Buddha Bowls

Was it about a year ago when Buddha Bowls burst onto Pinterest and Instagram?  Who knows, it might have been sooner, but thats when they caught my eye.  When I investigated, I realized that my family had been making our own version of this for years before it was trendy – and I’m willing to bet that most of you have been too.  We called it the “clean out the fridge veggie bowl.”  For us it resembled Chinese stir fry and was served in a bowl over rice.  Its one of those little bit of this, little bit of that, clean out the produce drawer meals.  I bet you have…

The Easy Goes-with-Everything Green Sauce

I know that food blogs throw around phrases like “the best” and “I could eat this every night” a lot.  I try not to fall too far into the trap and throw around those words.  If I truly think something is “the best” I want it to mean something when I say it.  But if I’ve called 8 of the last 10 things “the best” then Houston we have a problem.  And, lets face it, there are very few things that I could happily eat every single night.  I’m all about variety, ya’ll. So please please hear me when I say that this Green Sauce is the most versatile sauce…
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