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Buffalo Deviled Eggs

If there is one thing Atlanta does well (obviously not roads…what’s that? Another road just buckled? Another bridge is on fire? Another sink hole just appeared? Too soon?), we can brunch with the best of them. There are numerous breakfast/brunch spots around Atlanta on the weekend that are always hopping and really, you can’t go wrong with any of them as they all feature their own spin on “weekend brunch.” Now, I really love going out to all of these...

Cauliflower Pizza Two Ways

If you are anything like my family, we have been known to have pizza once a week because it is quick and doesn’t require me to cook it. I know, it’s terrible, but *gasp* I sometimes lack the energy to cook every night. Though we have managed to graduate from delivery pizza to a “healthier” frozen option (shout out to Simple Truth’s frozen margherita pizza), it still isn’t the healthy option I have been looking for as a replacement. Well, a friend recently...

Bruschetta Chicken and Zoodles

Now that Spring is about to turn into to Summer down here in Georgia, it’s time to start thinking about all of the summer-y recipes. We have had some pretty spectacular days this past week (which always makes me want to be outside), but unfortunately the pollen count is pretty close to 3,000 and I don’t want to die. So, instead of grilling chicken on the grill for this amazing summer recipe, I opted to go indoors. This dish features a bruschetta topping...

BBQ Chickpeas on Polenta Roasted Vegetable Stack with Ranch Hummus

I had intended to make this recipe for lunch one day, except the recipe was for a savory salad bowl. As most days go with toddlers, I ended up not having nearly enough time to make it. Fair warning, this recipe does take a bit of time to complete, so grab a glass of wine, turn on some music, and enjoy. The weather was celebrating the arrival of Spring, so a BBQ recipe seemed to be in order. I also was really craving roasted...

Vegan Tortilla Soup

One of the best presents I ever received was the cookbook that my sister made for me when I graduated college. I had started to show an interest in cooking/healthy food during my college years, despite my night time diet of bourbon gingers and Coors Light. During this time, one of my best friends and I started cooking meals together and having dinner date nights, much to the dismay of our seven other roommates. I’m not really sure why our...