When we came home from the hospital with Noah (our newest addition!), I was tired, overwhelmed and just trying to get the hang of this whole parenting thing.
A few weekends ago, some of our best friends came into town to visit. And what better way to treat some wonderful friends than to a pan full of deliciousness for breakfast? Especially when they are the kind of friends that love to eat as much as you do (judgement-free zone!).
My husband is the type that could eat Mexican food for breakfast, lunch and dinner every single day. We don’t do this (sorry hubby).
I usually try to avoid quesadillas when going out to eat because whenever I think of them, I think of LOTS of greasy cheese. This “veganized” version of veggie quesadillas has a smoky white bean “paste” that packs a punch of flavor & heat so you won’t miss the cheese at all.
Happy Friday, Friends! I hope everyone is looking forward to the weekend. I have a half-marathon to run on Sunday so I’m looking forward to it :).
I don’t know how my fellow vegetarians out there feel but is it just me or are Mexican dishes the easiest to prepare for us herbivores? Not only that, they are the best dishes to go to when cooking for a crowd (even one that is full of meat-eaters). I can make enchiladas, tacos, quesadillas, you name it without a hint of animal in it and the people enjoying it typically don’t even miss the meat!
I can’t believe it is already September! It makes me sad. That means summer is coming to an end. Let’s reminisce for a minute, shall we?
Sweet summertime…a time for beach vacations, early morning runs, and cookouts with friends and family. Cookouts, however, mean meat. Lots and lots of meat – hot dogs, hamburgers, chicken kabobs, you name it. Therefore, finding the perfect protein-packed, crowd-pleasing side dish to bring to a house full of carnivores is quite the task.