Updating yet another old recipe! Actually, when I read this recipe, it was barely in English. I was embarrassed! I’ve learned so much about recipe writing, especially after authoring two New York Times best-selling cookbooks (#humblebrag.) Not only are these photos snazzier, the recipe is now cleaner and ready for your cooking!
I cannot BELIEVE that one week from today is Labor Day weekend. This summer absolutely flew by….. It seems like just yesterday I was in Greece, but it’s been almost a month since my trip. Let’s hold on for as long as we can and pack this week full of summery recipes. To start? This […]
Writing a food blog is a total learning experience. Whether it’s Googling “what would taste best with [insert food here]?” or finding out that an extra 15 skillet seconds can burn garlic, I’m loving this trial and error journey. One of the best parts of food blogging is discovering new types of foods and… sizes! […]
Let’s review the benefits of zucchini pasta versus regular pasta so far: Lower in calories Lower in carbs Lower in fat content Easier to prepare/cook Now, let’s talk moolah.
I’m a total zucchini pasta nut. I even have a Google Alert setup that notifies me every time something on zucchini pasta pops up. While I want everyone to come to Inspiralized (of course!) for their spiralized dishes, I love seeing other bloggers giving zucchini pasta the credit it deserves. Therefore, today, I’m devoting an […]
For my first chard experience, I decided to sauté it like spinach and add in something light and summery…. salmon and tomatoes. The simplicity of this dish really allows you to appreciate the chard. I found it a combination between kale and spinach: it’s not as nonexistent texture-wise as spinach, but it’s not as thick […]
This trip to the Farmer’s Market yielded zucchini, tomatoes and green chard. What kind of zucchini pasta will I make with it today? You’ll have to wait until 3:30pm EST to find out, when I post up the recipe using these fresh and healthy ingredients. In the meantime, let’s talk green chard. It’s nickname is roman […]
Without a doubt, every time I flip through health or fitness magazines, there is a feature on a “low calorie” pasta dish. Very alluring, right? Don’t let the smoke and mirrors trick you, my friends: these “low calorie” pastas are photographed in tiny little bowls to make the portion look larger. To achieve this calorie […]
One of my favorite dinners growing up was taco night. My mom laid out all the fixin’s on the table and we would race to make our own taco creations. Mine were always fully loaded with shredded lettuce, beef and cheese. As a kid, it’s a blast to make your own taco. Now, as an […]