When being active in the outdoors, there is a need to bring food that carries well on-the-go and will fill you up. Tired of energy bars laden with sugar and made with unfamiliar ingredients? Inspired by an Instagram post from food blogger, Cook Republic, showing off an almond butter chocolate cookie, we tested the recipe and added some of our […]
Risotto, is puffed rice from Italy that slowly bathes in broth. Stir up your winter palate with a butternut squash risotto for a rich, filling, delightful dish. 6-8 Servings Ingredients: 3 cups homemade chicken broth or frozen chicken bone broth from the market 3 cups water 3 TBS (separated) extra virgin olive oil 1 finely chopped medium onion 8 fresh […]
Last year, I bought a dehydrator out of curiosity, so I could make my own backpacking foods. When training for the John Muir Trail, (a 200-mile trek from Yosemite to Mt. Whitney), I wanted to prepare healthy foods that would be tasty and last for a few weeks. I turned to dehydrating beef for jerky and began experimenting with fruit […]
Go nuts by seasoning, mixing, and roasting up almonds, walnuts, pecans, or cashews with chai seasoning for a crazy good snack. Chai spice seasoning blends are nearly impossible to find in the stores or online, so we searched on Pinterest and located a Chai seasoning mix recipe from A Dash of Mega-nut that you can assemble in a few minutes. […]
Get into the spirit of the holiday season with Spiced Persimmon Smoothie Cocktails. Spice up this season with this densely rich, flavorful fruit that is the base for a light, airy cocktail for a kicka$$ holiday. Makes 2 servings in Martini Glasses Ingredients: 2 Fuyu Persimmon small to medium with stem removed and roughly cut into chunks ½ cup of […]
Filling up on not-so-healthy appetizers during holiday parties often gives you that a not-so-satisfying feeling in the pit of your stomach. Replace crackers or bread and build an eye-popping Persimmon Platter filled with a mouthful of sweet, tart, and peppery toppings. Serves 4 Ingredients: 2 Fuyu persimmons 2 oz of favorite soft goat cheese A handful of fresh chopped arugula […]
In the video, we collaborated with The Veggie Queen, a vegan culinary expert, chef, and nutritionist. These salads will fill any person’s appetite, regardless of dietary concerns! The lineup starts with a Chickpea Broccoli Salad, followed by a Moroccan Carrot Salad, and finished by a Super Fruit Summer Salad. For the full recipes, visit: http://www.theveggiequeen.com/2017/08/07/summer-salads-with-food-guru/.
In this third Kefir blog, give your breakfast a double probiotic boost with a Lacto-Fermented Kefir Granola and Fruitful Kefir Smoothie. Here are the 2 gut-healthy recipes to get your morning started: Lacto-Fermented Coconut Oatmeal & Dried Fruit Granola Transform Granola into gut-healthy goodness by fermenting the ingredients with your homemade Kefir. Dry Ingredients: 4 cups old fashioned organic rolled […]
The tug-of-war battle between your mouth and a piece of Beef Jerky can be a hard snack to chew and swallow. The commercial brands tend to be too salty, dry, tough, unhealthy, leathery, and heavily preserved for a long shelf life. For around $50, you can purchase a dehydrator. It is well worth the effort to make it by hand. […]
We are excited to collaborate once again with Spices and Aroma on another video, this time, a Chai appetizer party that is just in time for Mother’s Day. Make this ethnic brunch to spoil your mom! To see all the wonderful recipes, visit: http://spicesandaroma.in/recipe/chai-brunch-party-recipes-videos/.
There is nothing like bringing a taste of your travels back home. Last December, I had the opportunity to visit Israel and tasted a Mediterranean breakfast dish called Shakshuka. It was an egg dish that satiated my appetite with unusual exotic spices blended into a rich sauce enveloped by fried eggs. About a month later, we made our annual pilgrimage […]
We were pleased to partner up with a Soul food inspired mom-blogger, Mom Noms, for this beautifully simple recipe. Enjoy this Southern food flare!
We partnered up with Farminista’s Feast to bring you 3 party appetizers! Get ready for the holidays with these tasty recipes.
Hanukkah, often is referred to as “The Festival of Lights,” an 8-day Jewish Holiday that celebrates freedom, fun, and food. Nearly 2,200 years ago, the Maccabees, a small group of Jewish rebels fought for religious freedom. It is a symbolic holiday where a candle is lit each night and represents a miracle of how one night’s worth of oil lasted […]
We have partnered up again with Sean Timberlake from Punk Domestics (click on link for recipes) to bring you a DIY holiday gift to make for friends and family. In this video, we feature how to make Limoncello and Coffee Liqueur!
We are excited to collaborate on this how-to video with Beth Lee of OMG! Yummy. She is a kitchen table storyteller with a speciality for Mediterranean style cooking. See how to make the following her recipe blog series by clicking here. Pomegranate Molasses Arugula and Fig Salad Lemony Flank Steak with Pomegranate Molasses Minty Pomegranate Mule Cocktail
Apples, a fall fruit, are eaten year round. They are durable and easy grab-n-go snacks. Transforming apples into a dessert, like an Apple Pie, takes quite a bit of labor, time, know-how, and is unforgiving to the waistline. Here are 3 hardcore ways to repurpose a Baked Apple dessert into breakfasts that have lots of apeel. Baked Apple Recipe Serves […]
As Food Gurus, we work and play hard to savor our food and travel experiences. Whether we are local or abroad, we search for artisan ingredients to incorporate into our home cooking. We have integrated these passions and have shared them on and offline. Through Instagram, we met a DIY Dilettante, Nicole Novak. She forages mushrooms, gardens, goes fishing, ferments […]
We are getting this salsa party started showing 3 ways to make your own with food entrepreneur, chef, and blogger, Chef Hollie Green from JoyFoodly. Sunkissed Salsa Pineapple Salsa Tomatillo Salsa For the full recipes on homemade salsa, see the blog post here.
In this how-to recipe video, we collaborated with food preservation expert and writer, Sean Timberlake of Punk Domestics. We feature 3 ways to store and preserve your strawberries. Frozen Strawberries Strawberry Freezer Jam Black Pepper Strawberry Balsamic Jam For the full recipes and other suggestions, check out the blog here.