I'm an advertising executive's dream. I get suckered into Instagram and Facebook ads all the time. I'll find myself swiping through pictures of things I never knew I needed for hours...oh, wait. I don't need them. It appears an advertisers influence over my purchasing skills is quite potent. The grocery store is no different. I… Continue reading Italian Country Breakfast Bake
Grocery stores have really started to branch out when it comes to their merchandise. When I was a kid you could only find the American staples: canned goods, produce, meat, dairy---nothing out of the ordinary. The only thing exotic to me back then were the fresh fruit roll-ups in the produce section. Now, you have… Continue reading Three Cheese Pesto Pizza
We're in for a doozy today. It's severe weather season in Oklahoma, and it definitely feels like. There's a mugginess in the air that's only felt this time of year. The National Weather Service has put out outlook maps for today and the tornado potential. I love this time of year, but it's always a… Continue reading Pesto Shrimp & Roasted Tomatoes Pasta
It's been awhile since I've made a casserole. Though they're one of my favorite ways to make meals, casseroles don't really scream keto. All the recipes in old-timey cookbooks call for tons of carbs--like potatoes---or oodles of noodles. Finding a good keto casserole can truly become a chore. I have been able to make up… Continue reading Pesto Caprese Chicken Casserole
Since our epic snow storm busted over the course of 24 hours, I found myself with nothing to do this weekend. I cleaned. I played around with some makeup. I made chex mix. I entertained the cats. That was all before 9:24 a.m. yesterday. What the heck was I going to do for the rest… Continue reading Pesto Shrimp & Vegetable Sheet Pan Dinner
A side dish that is green, delicious, and good for you. Roast broccoli until slightly charred, then toss with this unique cilantro, cotija and pepita pesto.
Fall has officially arrived in Oklahoma. A quick step outside early this morning and you'll be greeted with a crisp, cool 60 degrees. The veil of humidity has lifted. The cicadas have stopped their incessant chirping. The sun hasn't been seen for days. The leaves are starting to turn a light orange before they darken… Continue reading Summer Squash Pesto Bake