Yes, it’s March and I’m just getting my top ten from 2018 together. It was a year,
Who wouldn’t love a few Whole30-compliant vegetable side dishes? I feel like so many of the recipes out there are meat-heavy, so finding a few vegetable-only dishes (ok one has bacon in it) was a relief. Apparently you like your vegetables, too!
Amazon Prime Day is in July, and there are so many deals that it can be overwhelming to sort through them all. I took the best of what I could find and linked them up here.
I started hiking in old sneakers and regular gym clothes. I learned what I needed on the fly so you don’t have to! Get all my tips on the early equipment you’ll need here. (Since this article, I received a hand-me-down backpack that I bought a water bladder for, and I recently bought microspikes for snow hiking.)
I Konmari-ed my dresser drawers six months before it was cool/before the Marie Kondo Netflix show.
Does anyone else just get stressed out watching other people sort through their hoards? It does not bring me joy.
A bunch of new gluten free goodies hit the market all at once. I am sorry to report that my market did not get the new gluten free Girl Scout cookie, so I have a box of sad Toffee-tastic cookies in my desk drawer right now.
From flours to pasta to meringues, chickpeas are turning up everywhere. See why this legume is so popular with allergen-friendly foodies.
My dad sent me home with a case of Magic Bullet, so I phoned a friend and got to work inventing a cocktail.
Who isn’t on the Instant Pot train at this point? Just about everyone I know is pressure cooking everything. I have tried several recipes found online and rounded up a few that I really liked.
As mentioned, my dad is selling this hangover preventing beverage, so I did some research on the ingredients to see what it’s supposed to do. It does seem to work and has saved me a couple times already!
If you’re still reading this, thanks so much for your readership over the last three years! While this never became profitable in the way I’d hoped, it sometimes pays for itself and it’s been such a learning experience.
What do you want to read about in 2019? Tell me in the comments!