Use leftover pulled pork to make this banh mi from the new cookbook Love Your Leftovers. Get the recipe – and my take on the book – below! Shawn and I are terrible when it comes to eating leftovers. I try to bring them to work with me for lunch, but after a day or […]
April is National Grilled Cheese Month – one of my very favorite food holidays. While you can never go wrong with the standard grilled American cheese on white bread, it’s so much fun to come up with fun, gourmet versions of this classic recipe. Last April, I snuck some vegetables onto my sandwich with a […]
Easy pulled jerk chicken sandwiches topped with citrus slaw and a fun cocktail to show off your team spirit! This is my third (and final) post in the #CaptainsTable series of recipes that I’ve been creating with Captain Morgan rum. Don’t forget – they’ll donate $1 to WhyHunger? for every recipe shared on social media […]
Big, juicy burgers stuffed with a melty jalapeño popper middle? Yessssss! For this month’s Secret Recipe Club,I was paired with Erin from The Spiffy Cookie. The Spiffy Cookie is mainly a baking blog but because I’ve been sharing so many sweets lately (and have another one that I’ll be sharing later this week) I was […]
Can we get real with each other for a minute? As a food blogger, there’s this ridiculous pressure that every recipe has to be earth shatteringly wonderful. They have to be unique, creative, and easy enough that people will actually attempt making it themselves. The photos have to be gorgeous and there has to be […]
There’s so much awesome stuff going on in this recipe that I don’t even know where to start! I’m not even going to talk about how excited I am that football is back because… obviously.
Let’s talk about roast beef instead. Because ohmygodyouguys I made roast beef in the crockpot! Beautiful, medium-rare roast beef. In the crockpot. I’ll give you a minute to let that sink in.
Seriously, I feel like this is life changing. I love roast beef, but making it is kind of a pain in the butt. Not anymore! Throw it in there, let it do it’s thing, and two and a half hours later (a little longer if you want your cooked more) you’re rewarded with a piece of meat that’s cooked so beautifully that it might make you want to cry. There’s going to be a lot of roast beef in my kitchen this winter! Oh yes.