Beet and Kale Wheatberry Salad-4

beet and kale wheat berry salad

Well hey there, stranger!  It’s been awhile.  Sorry about that.  Between our trip to Seattle, work, and blog projects for the upcoming months, I just haven’t had the time or energy to get any recipes up for you this week. I know in typical g&c fashion I would usually apologize with cookies, but instead I’m… 

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Prosciutto Wrapped and Goat Cheese Stuffed Chicken

simple saturday: prosciutto wrapped and goat cheese stuffed chicken

Last week I took a poll on Facebook, hinting that I’m starting a new weekly feature on g&c highlighting quick and simple meals, and I wanted to know if you all preferred it to be posted on Saturday or Sunday.  The response was overwhelmingly Saturday, so here we are! The basis of Simple Saturday is… 

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Asiago Roasted Delicata Squash

asiago roasted delicata squash

Cheesy squash yumminess brought to my mouth in almost 30 minutes from when the thought entered my mind that I wanted cheesy squash?  Yes, please. Marc and I are headed to Seattle for a long weekend this afternoon and I am so. freaking. excited. I can barely stand it.  Seattle is special to us for… 

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Butternut Squash and Apple Soup featured

butternut squash and apple soup

Another squash recipe?! I know, shocking. I’m becoming a wee bit too predictable.  But really – what is better this time of year than getting cozy with a big bowl of pure comfort in the form of soup that features a seasonal vegetable?  Not much, I say. Truth be told, I had actually originally planned… 

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Shredded Brussels Sprout and Pomegranate Salad with Honey Mustard Vinaigrette

shredded brussels sprout and pomegranate salad with honey mustard dressing

Brussels sprouts: yay or nay?  I’m a brussels sprout enthusiast and fully convinced that if you don’t like brussels sprouts you just haven’t had them prepared the right way.  Side note: I have loved brussels sprouts since I was just a wee one, and my grandparents thought it was so oddly funny that they would… 

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