Recipes

Leftover (Meatloaf Dinner) Frittata

Leftover (Meatloaf Dinner) Frittata

Would you believe me if I told you there was a Meatloaf Dinner tucked into breakfast this morning? Welp, there is! We love frittatas. Not only are these great for gatherings and brunch but they keep well and reheat like a dream for meal-prep. Another reason I love these fluffy egg pillows is because I can often tuck leftovers from the fridge into the mix, knowing that the bright yolks of @peteandgerrys eggs will transform it into a whole new meal. We aim for zero food waste and considering how yummy frittatas are, you can bet your bottom dollar none of this goes to waste.


Baked Banana Oatmeal

Baked Banana Oatmeal

My obsession with caramelized bananas continues. Start your weekend off the right way and whip up a pan of this BAKED BANANA OATMEAL w/ CARAMELIZED BANANAS. Your family will thank you!


Garlic Roast Bird w/ Charred Lemon Chimi + Charred Onions

Garlic Roast Bird w/ Charred Lemon Chimi + Charred Onions

This dish may look fancy but I promise even the most novice home-cook could whip this up. All the ingredients are tossed onto one sheet pan and cooked on the Traeger for that wood-fired flavor. Let's also talk about the star of this dish, the chimichurri. I would eat a leather boot if it were covered in this stuff. No better way to get an added dose of freshness than with a sauce of fresh herbs and yummmmmy EVOO. 


Greek Meatballs

Greek Meatballs

I love these meatballs because they are PACKED with flavor. They also keep well in the fridge and are even yummy served chilled. I love a simple meal that comes together with ease but impresses your hungry guests. I can always tell by the various groans and grunts between bites that I've hit a home run. This is a go-to recipe for that lingering ground meat in the freezer, great to switch it up when you want something other than a burger or a Bolognese. 


Turkey Burgers

Turkey Burgers

Just because something is simple doesn't mean it has to be boring and flavorless. I love me a turkey burger every now and again but I don't want just a hunk of meat between some bread. I want seasoning, flavor and a little pop and crunch of something fresh. We make the rules in our house and why buy burger buns when we have edible loafs of bread needing to be eaten? Toast up two slices of bread, slather your favorite condiment on either side and dive in!