Ava Jane’s Antipasto Salad

Ava Jane’s Antipasto Salad

I’ve been trying to meal plan more lately, which means more meal prep. I’ve found that I eat much better when everything is planned out, especially when I’m super busy with other things. For meal prep, I like things that are versatile, and can go with more than one...
Sheet Pan Sausages and Peppers

Sheet Pan Sausages and Peppers

At a cookout a few weeks ago, there were some Italian sausages that were haphazardly thrown on the grill. Italian sausages are one of those things that people think can’t be improved on because they already seasoned. While they can be delicious on their own, they can...
Pan Seared Salmon with Smashed Avocado Salsa

Pan Seared Salmon with Smashed Avocado Salsa

  I don’t live anywhere where near where fresh avocados grow, but for some reason, whenever the weather turns warm, I want avocados any way I can get them. Made into guacamole, on a sandwich, or in this case, smashed with some cherry tomatoes and spooned over a...
Honey Garlic Chicken Thighs

Honey Garlic Chicken Thighs

I love contrast when it comes to food — sweet and salty, crunchy and soft, and in this case, sweet and savory and spicy. Oh and crispy and sticky. The sweet and sticky comes from Ava Jane’s Kitchen’s Yucatan Honey, which is one of the best honeys I’ve had. It’s earthy...
Citrus Chicken Salad

Citrus Chicken Salad

I’m not a fan of mayonnaise. Never have been. So when someone tries to get me on board with things like chicken salad that have mayo, I’m never gonna say yes to that. Just not. This doesn’t mean that I can’t eat chicken salad, it just means that I have to make it...
Baked Cherry Tomato and Feta Pasta

Baked Cherry Tomato and Feta Pasta

I love dishes that require virtually no prep — no chopping, no dicing, no marinating. If they can be made in one dish, all the better. And well, if they are delicious? I’ll be a fan for life. This is one of those recipes. While it does require a separate step of...