Big Green Wheat Berry Salad with a Citrus Vinaigrette + 2 Easy Weeknight Recipes

This week as been a little hectic for both of us at work as we prepare to be out of town next week for a trip to the east coast. We will be flying out to New Jersey Thursday night for our good friends Erin and Gene’s wedding (eek!) then heading to Boston for a… Continue reading Big Green Wheat Berry Salad with a Citrus Vinaigrette + 2 Easy Weeknight Recipes

Sunchoke Salad: Two Ways

We recently received sunchokes in our CSA box and were excited since we had never prepared these before. After doing a little research and recipe-hunting, we learned that that taste pretty good roasted, and decided to make a version of this salad from Food 52. We liked it so much (and had so many sunchokes)… Continue reading Sunchoke Salad: Two Ways

Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie Bowls

It was a big day in the Putzeys household today….we bought a Vitamix. We have been using our poor blender every day for the past few months and finally did it in trying to make oat flour (pro tip: use the food processor for that one). So our tried and true blender is donezo (bummer), but we… Continue reading Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie Bowls

Curried Cauliflower and Chickpea Buddha Bowls

Since our last posting of Buddha Bowls was a pretty big hit and because we make these all the time, we figured it was time for a second variation. When we make these, we don’t really follow a recipe, but this combo turned out pretty well so figured we would share so we can recreate… Continue reading Curried Cauliflower and Chickpea Buddha Bowls

Slow-Cooked Scrambled Eggs with Avocado Toast

Happy Easter! I don’t know about you, but Easter always makes us think about brunch, so we thought it would be a good time to bring you this breakfast we made while on the boat in the Bahamas. It’s a simple and easy combo of scrambled eggs and toast, but kicked up a notch with… Continue reading Slow-Cooked Scrambled Eggs with Avocado Toast

Chicken Salad in Papaya Boats

We recently took a quick trip to the Bahamas to visit Julia’s parents who are currently living there on their boat (I know, rough life!). Although we were excited for the sunshine and relaxation, we were also pumped to try some fresh local food. Needless to say, cooking on a boat requires a little creativity – especially when… Continue reading Chicken Salad in Papaya Boats

Buddha Bowls 2 Ways

After running the half marathon last Saturday, we were in much need of some replenishment in the form of something filling and nutritious (before drinking a few celebratory beers of course). We have been playing around with a lot a dish called Buddha Bowls. Not only do they have a fun name, they are also… Continue reading Buddha Bowls 2 Ways