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Guest Post! Baked Sweet Potato with Kale & Goat Cheese

1 Dec

Happy post-Thanksgiving!!  I don’t know about you all, but I am a solid five lbs heavier from all the deliciousness, and don’t regret it for a second.  However, my aging metabolism dictates that I should probably relax on the extra creamy garlic mashed potatoes for at least these next few days.  Good thing we have today’s Guest Post! You know who you are :). They are super quick, healthy, and only three cheap ingredients.  I give you, baked sweet potato bites with kale and goat cheese!

Sweet Potatoes with Kale and Goat Cheese

Check out the recipe here and enjoy!


Guest Post: Sunday Cooking!

31 Mar

Alo alo again! I know, I’ve been a baddd blogger.  It’s been quite some time since my last post, but I have good excuses I promise.  I’ve been traveling a ton this past month, and was lucky enough to visit San Francisco, Spain, and Richmond, Virginia all in the past four weeks.  The trips were individually amazing and collectively helped define the best March ever.  Due to these distractions, my creative cooking game has been slacking to say the least.  That’s why today’s entry is a Guest Post!! I’m going to start Guest Post as a new series, much like the Nommin’ Out Edition.  I have some seriously talented friends when it comes to cuisine, so why not share their creations as well?  Today’s Guest Post is brought to you by my beautiful roommates, who get all the credit.  The recipes are perfect to make on a casual Sunday and are cheap, super healthy, and scrumptious.

Step one on a Sunday is of course to try to arise at a reasonable hour.  This is a weekly challenge for me.  But one Sunday I woke up to these:

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There are a total of four ingredients and take 15 minutes to make.  Pure protein and a surefire way to energize your Sunday for whatever activities you have scheduled.  Check out the recipe here: http://thesimpledelights.com/100-calorie-pack/

The next recipe is definitely best made on a Sunday evening.  It’s a healthy version of a classic comfort food, but the preparation does require more time than you may want to allot on a weekday.  Helloooo leftovers for work week lunch!

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Recipe link: http://www.skinnytaste.com/2009/02/zucchini-lasagna.html

I am one lucky roommate.  And now I’m hungry again.


So close to wine


By Amy Purfield-Clark


Discovering new Foodventures with each bite

Madison Sheffer

a creative communicator

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