I like an easy, healthy breakfast that starts my day with the good stuff and keeps me full through the morning, and overnight oats do the trick. There are tons of variations out there, but I’ve learned that a simple recipe with a few twists lead to a simple and satisfying start to my week.
Food + Drink
I may be a Louisiana girl at heart, but I’ve been living in Texas for nearly four years and Austin is throwing some major competition at New Orleans as one of my favorite weekend cities (NOLA, I can’t wait to see you next month!) and Johnny and I just returned from another wonderful, though not restful, weekend in Texas’ capital city.
I’ve been cooking at home a lot lately and while I’m neither a vegetarian nor vegan by any definition, the eating habits related to each are something I’m trying to stick to more regularly. Additionally, Johnny and I have frequented the farmer’s market and have been stocking up with veggies for the week.
Self-proclaimed as “fast food for foodies,” Snap Kitchen is serving up goodness to go in perfect portions. Starting with the bright colors when you walk in the door, this place is different from the rest.
I have a huge sweet tooth and I’m exploring alternative ways to satisfy it that don’t include (or at least use a lot less of) dairy or refined sugar and that use natural, whole, raw, good-for-you ingredients.
I use Uber to travel, I shop the Internet for home goods and clothes, I rent cocktail dresses online and now technology has delivered groceries to my door. And not just any groceries, but organic food sourced from local farms.
Last night Dallas diners headed out to Kitchen LTO, the permanent pop-up diner in Trinity Groves, to meet the chefs and designers competing for the title to the restaurant in this third round of players.
A few nights ago I made some of the best, easiest tacos, and best of all, they cooked in the crockpot while I was at work. I had pinned the recipe but made some slight modifications to it.