This recipe is sponsored by Chocolove. I can’t get enough of dark chocolate and orange this fall!
Cozy Comfort Foods
It’s like Colorado heard it’s officially autumn and flipped seasons overnight! This weekend was cold, drizzly, and absolutely perfect for curling up on the couch with a blanket.
Rotkohl may not be much to look at, but it’s one of my favorite cozy vegetable dishes! Red cabbage is slow-simmered with apple slices and sweet onion until everything marries together and turns bright purple.
It took me exactly one day in Germany to discover a major love of spätzle! Spätzle are soft, pillowy egg noodles that are almost like dumplings, and if you haven’t tried them yet you need to fix that void in your food-life right away.
If you’ve visited Colorado, you might have seen green chile on almost every menu in some form or another. Green chile stew trades tomatoes for tomatillos and beef for shredded pork, all slow-simmered and loaded with freshly roasted green chiles.
Starting this weekend I plan to wrap myself in all things cozy for the next, oh, eight months or so. Changing seasons always feels like a fresh start and there’s so many things to look forward to – right now, that’s oversized knit sweaters and gorgeous color-changing leaves and chilly sunrise campfires.
Of all the things that I love love love about our own home, having family come to visit is at the top. My dad rode his motorcycle across the country for the solar eclipse and then stayed with us for the week so I’ve been playing tour guide!
Here’s a recipe that I’ve made for years and come back to over and over! Roasted jalapeños stuffed with three kinds of cheese & sausage are a major winner for everyone who loves a little spiciness.
Good morning! These cheesy potato boats are a great filling, hearty breakfast to start your day.
Father’s Day doesn’t get enough brunch love, so these pancakes are a shoutout to my dad – he might not have taught me how to cook, but he definitely taught me how to eat! Spicy banana pancakes were his crowning achievement in the kitchen and I just had to share them in his honor.