BIG Flavor, Little Cleanup

This weekend was a weekend of one-dish meals.  Friday night, I made Buffalo Chicken Spaghetti Squash Casserole (say that ten times fast), and I have Kusa (with ground turkey) in the oven as I type. I've realized that as time changes, my preferred cooking methods are also changing. Look back five years ago and you'd… Continue reading BIG Flavor, Little Cleanup

South Africa, Travel, Uncategorized

Avocados, Coffee Shops, and Thunderstorms

May I just start by saying, this is literally my first connection with the outside world since Tuesday of this week. As I count backwards the days since our arrival (only on one hand), I regrettably realize that back in the states, I have allowed myself to be fully dependent on technology.I am sitting at… Continue reading Avocados, Coffee Shops, and Thunderstorms


Gluten-Free Coconut Crusted Chicken Strips

I have a client who has several food allergies that prevent her from eating dairy and gluten.  In all honesty, when I took on this (10-week) challenge I was a bit nervous that I would be limited in dishes to prepare. I thought it would be boring, and incredibly difficult to make foods that originally… Continue reading Gluten-Free Coconut Crusted Chicken Strips


Molten Lava Cake

These last couple of months have been filled with change and excitement. I am focusing more time on my business and enjoying the new work environment at Nada. One exciting task at hand for Stir Crazy Cuisine is to cook for a very special occasion. I have the honor of cooking for a birthday dinner honoring… Continue reading Molten Lava Cake

Recipes, Sides

Sauteed Hungarian Peppers and Mushrooms

Last weekend was the first time Brian and I went to the Montgomery farmer's market and let me just say, it was an absolute blast!  Any place where there is live indy music, fresh baked goods and produce, and happy dogs with their owners, is nothing short of golden. The items we purchased goes as… Continue reading Sauteed Hungarian Peppers and Mushrooms