This Shaved Brussels Sprouts Caesar Salad recipe is a slight twist on a classic dish. Homemade Caesar Dressing is made much easier with the help of a secret ingredient – mayo! Enjoy this healthy recipe topped with grilled chicken or shrimp for a truly delicious meal!
Starting the New Year off with a salad…could I be any more
of a cliché?
For instance – I could wax poetic about how important it is
to go into the New Year eating food to fuel your body. Good food. Real food.
Whole food. I could talk about how kale is loaded with vitamins and minerals
and how cutting out the croutons means less carbs and blah blah blah.
This writing, posting, trying thing. It feels good.
Right. I’m in the zone, wrapped up in the flow. It’s a combination of therapy,
personal growth books, trusting my gut, and ignoring my fear. It’s also a touch
of CBD oil for the nerves and a good cry when necessary.
But I’m doing it all for this. Right here.
This perfectly flaky, ridiculously crispy, and delightfully easy Braided Apple Danish.
I feel like it’s finally fall! For reals. Because it’s cool and it’s cloudy.
Unfortunately, it was also very wet and rainy, so Seth and I weren’t able to go to a local apple orchard like we’d planned. I was so looking forward to walking Edgar through the pumpkin patch and splitting an apple cider doughnut with Seth (plus, all the Instagram photos ops? Hello! Live for them!).
There are two types of people in this world: those who have had a proper Wisconsin fish fry and those who haven’t.
Today, I’m appealing to both of those camps.
We’re doing a traditional beer battered fish (my fave, seriously. Forever and ever.), but we’re changing it up a bit. Instead of a slice of buttered rye bread and pickle on the side, we’re turning them into killer tacos paired with tangy coleslaw and tender microgreens.