Coconut Thai Curry

coconut thai curry

I’ve recently gone back to school and that means my time in the kitchen has just disappeared.  No more hours of food prep, no more playing with recipe after recipe after recipe.  I have had to find creative ways to cook food that is quick, easy, healthy, and most importantly, delicious!  Here comes my pressure… 

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Butternut Squash and Sausage Casserole

butternut squash and sausage

Autumn in central Texas is really just an extension of summer only with shorter days and slightly cooler nights.  Even though our Texas weather is not typical Fall weather compared to other parts of the country, it does brings thoughts of falling leaves, family gatherings, roasting marshmallows over a crackling fire and comfort food.  Comfort… 

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Pumpkin Pasta Bake with Sage & Parmesan


Disclosure: I am being compensated by Cans Get You Cooking for my participation in this campaign as part of the Mom It Forward Blogger Network. Please note, this post contains affiliate links.  As always, all opinions are my own!  Halloween is tomorrow and the forecast here is a torrential downpour. We will be braving the Trick or Treating wearing standard… 

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Buttery Portobello Swiss Burger

portobello swiss burger

You can thank DirecTV’s baseball package and a fast-food clown for this delish cheeseburger. My husband is a lifelong Los Angeles Dodgers fan, and there had been frequent clown-inclusive fast-food commercials for a garlic butter-drenched portobello swiss burger with Swiss cheese. Since we’re a couple thousand miles from the nearest Jack in the Box and… 

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Creamy Avocado Pesto Zucchini Pasta

zucchini pesto pasta 2

There are two deceivingly delicious things at play in this pasta recipe.  A) There is actually no pasta in this recipe. The ‘noodles’ are spiraled zucchini. Zucchini has been my go to sub for pasta for quite a while. It’s great for satisfying a pasta craving if you’re avoiding foods with lots of carbohydrates or… 

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Spicy Green Chile Chicken Casserole

green chile chicken

I grew up eating casseroles at home, family reunions and potluck dinners, but growing up in Texas meant one very special casserole…King Ranch Casserole. Despite the name, the casserole didn’t come from the King Ranch in South Texas but rather a Junior League recipe that really caught on. My mom usually made this dish for… 

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