The best way to showcase a delicious olive oil? Make it the star of the dish. Take this one pan spaghetti recipe for example. It's the essence of Italian cooking - fresh, simple and freakin' yummy.
What's one thing we're tired of hearing? It's unsafe to cook with olive oil. It isn’t stable and oxidizes when heated, causing harm to the body. While this is true for other oils like canola and vegetable oil, I’m here to put these myths about olive oil to rest.
Did you know the largest and fastest growing organ in our body is our skin? And that what we put on our body (aka our skin) is just as important as what we put IN our body? All of those overly-fragrant lotions and moisturizers with lists of ingredients that you cant pronounce... shocker: THEY AREN'T GOOD FOR YOU!
Enter: Olive Oil.
Tags: Feed your Skin
Once you taste this, you'll go from buying store bought vinaigrettes to making tastier, healthier dressings at home!
Photo courtesy of With Two Spoons
Brace yourself for a sweet, sweet post.
Why? We're giving you our roundup of our favorite holiday cookie recipes to make this time of year. Something about the holiday season makes it totally acceptable to eat delicious, colorful, chewy cookies all month long...or is that just me?
Who loves a good antipasto board? The flawlessly rolled prosciutto, the perfect wedge of cheese, the way every tiny bite of food harmoniously works together - it's a work of art, really.
I frequently order these at restaurants, but when it comes to recreating this food masterpiece at home, I get a bit discouraged.
When it comes to gifts, sometimes Santa plays favorites. He's a pretty busy guy so he needs a go-to present that checks all the boxes. What is it, you ask? Olive oil.
I went gluten-free around Thanksgiving last year. It was challenging to say the least.
I'd like to say I've gotten more creative over my gluten-free year, replacing bread with toasted sliced sweet potato and using cauliflower crust for my margarita pizzas. As we've seen by numerous recipe videos, cauliflower can easily be used to replace bread so with the holidays quickly approaching, I was determined to create gluten-free recipe options.
Who doesn't love a chopped salad? I crave this hearty, substantial salad any time of the year. Each ingredient plays a crucial role - the garbanzo beans, the Kalamata olives, the feta... Mmm .
In my opinion, the dressing is the one thing you can play around with. Seeing as I'm making it a priority to try to eat with the changing seasons, I decided to put an Autumn twist on this traditional favorite.