My grandmother is one of the best cooks that I know. Growing up, I remember her always making delicious meals that she learned how to make from her mother. My grandmother was born in Romania, so many of her famous recipes are of the Romanian heritage. This particular recipe is my great grandmother’s recipe for eggplant dip.
I have always loved eating oatmeal for breakfast. Since discovering overnight oats, I have been making it multiple times a week because it’s so simple and delicious.
I used to not look forward to traveling because I knew that it meant I would totally fall off the wellness wagon. I wouldn’t be able to cook my own meals, I wouldn’t be able to do my normal workouts, and mostly I wouldn’t be able to follow my usual routine.
I have been obsessed with making power balls for the last couple of years. They are the perfect combination of salty and sweet and make the perfect quick breakfast or easy snack.
My husband, Dan and I recently traveled to the Washington DC area, and we discovered an AMAZING Banh Mi restaurant. I ordered the kitchen sink bowl with tofu, peanut sauce, and a million vegetables. It was seriously one of the best things I have ever eaten, and I immediately knew I had to recreate my own version at home. These bowls are perfect for the hot summer months when you’re not in the mood to turn on your oven and heat up the whole house.