Bitter radicchio, tangy goat cheese, and sweet tomatoes. You can almost taste the colors of the rainbow in this vibrant side dish.
This is by far my “biggest hit” in terms of recipes I’ve shared with others. Everyone loves this hummus!
You might call this an Indian/Italian fusion dish, with farro from Italy and everything else from India. A new favorite of mine!
If you’re a foodie traveling to Porto, look no further for the best locals only recommendations for places to eat and drink in Porto!
Ever wondered how Spain developed its unique food culture? Here’s a quick overview.
This Chilled Yogurt Soup is perfect for a hot summer day, but I suggest you drink it year round (because it’s awe-some!)
I like to cook, eat, drink, and travel, but I also like to eat healthfully and stay fit. Here’s an example of one of my weekly meal plans!
I’m so excited to share my first-ever Indian recipe with you!
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Here’s a whole food, plant-based side dish that’s FUN and TASTY and sure to please the whole family!
If you’re wondering: What should I do while visiting Lake Bled? Check out this post!
Here’s a great feature recipe from Sarah Smith. She adapted this recipe from watching her Nonna make her famous Minestrone for years!