Tag "family food"

Lunch

Cornbread Topped Chili

A quick spin through the SPC archives confirms that we are big chili fans. We’ve got white, chickpea, lentil, slow cooker pork, slow cooker beef, chicken, a chili mac…. oh, yes,

Articles

Meal Plan

Are you ready to hit the grocery store? Just be sure to take us along with you with this week’s meal plan. We just keep getting lighter and brighter in

Red Meats

Flatbread Taco Pizza

  You know we’re all about home cooking around here. But that doesn’t mean we don’t appreciate that way store-bought ingredients can help us get a meal on the table.

The Holidays

Winter Spice Mix Chicken

When you have a food blog and a couple of cookbooks under your belt, people can start to expect funny things from you. Fancy things. Elaborate things. I get it.

Lunch

Weekday Eggs with Romesco and Toast

We’ve become know as much for the strategies we offer busy families as for the healthy recipes we create each week. But of all the strategies (don’t forget to meal

Fall

Cauliflower Steaks

It’s weird that vegetables are part of a trend cycle, isn’t it? Like, I saw someone actually roll their eyes the other day about a kale recipe. As in, kale

Thanksgiving

Roasted Carrots with Tahini Sauce

Look at these carrots! Have you ever? When I came across this recipe I knew I had to make it. Usually if I see something that looks great out there

Snacks & Desserts

6 Make-Ahead Snacks for Back-to-School

If packing a school lunch was just about making a sandwich and calling it a day, the school year would be an entirely different beast, wouldn’t it? Alas, my friends,

Chocolate

The School Year Survival Cookbook: School-Safe Chocolate Snack Balls

When you hear a choir of voices saying it’s waaaaay too early to talk about back-to-school, I am usually the loudest. Like, please people, give us a chance to enjoy

Dinner

School Year Survival Cookbook Videos: Leftover Chicken Transforms into Pizza!

We’re back with another video we created to go along with The School Year Survival Cookbook! We wanted to start with a focus on leftovers and how to transform them