This healthy, lightened-up honey sesame chicken was an instant favorite in our house! Naturally sweetened with honey and sprinkled with a big handful of sesame seeds, this really does taste just like our favorite takeout without all the extra sugar & carbs.
The weekend after Christmas means it’s time for the annual Maisano Family Dinner! This year’s theme was Street Food, featuring dishes from every corner of the world.
This Monday is hitting me extra-hard with end-of-summer laziness. So many people are busy heading back to school and our town is filling up with college students again, but all I want to do is nap in the sunshine.
The only downside to Colorado’s gloriously chilly fall weather right now – which I am loving – is that the two o’clock slump gets extra rough. It’s easy to power through that comfort-food craving when the sun is beating down, but something about overcast skies and wearing a sweater just makes me want to snack on warm,
We’re at the lake this week for Kirk’s family reunion and the food situation has been goooood. Three kinds of sliders, baked potato bar, the very best browned butter chocolate chip cookies – this family eats in style and I absolutely love it.
Spoiler alert: homemade hot sauces are incredibly easy! Toasted sesame and fried garlic give a deep, nutty richness to this super-spicy oil.
Lazy wonton soup: for when you don’t want to spend money on takeout, but you don’t want to spend time making dumplings. Wonton-filling meatballs and wonton wrapper noodles is the easy solution!
I’m bringing you a creamy, slightly-sweet, gorgeous orange soup that’s perfect for fall – and we’re not even talking about pumpkins! Yet.
FRIENDS. THIS IS MAJOR.
Friends, this SAUCE. ♡ Soy-garlic-lime-peanutty goodness with a big kick of fresh ginger is my new favorite!