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Saffron Risotto

Oct 29, 18 a pot of saffron risotto with risotto scattered around

Saffron Risotto, also known as, Risotto alla Milanese. Luxurious simplicity.

Pot of Safron Risotto with wooden spoon, with risotto scattered to side
Yes, you have to stir risotto a lot. Glad we got that out of the way. This isn’t a dish you can walk away from. It needs to be watched, and stirred. As with everything worth anything in life, it’s worth the effort.

Every turn around the pot puts you one step closer to the creamiest most luxurious rice dish. Saffron Risotto. Arm workout plus a bowl of this gluten free goodness. I call that winning.

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Mayonnaise Herb Roasted Turkey

Oct 26, 18 Mayonnaise Herb Roasted turkey in roaster with herbs

This post is sponsored by Mirum, but opinions expressed are my own.

Did you know that using mayonnaise to prep your Thanksgiving turkey will result in a juicy and succulent roasted turkey worthy of your Thanksgiving table? We’ll show you how easy and delicious a perfectly cooked turkey can be when you use Hellmann’s Organic Mayonnaise from Whole Foods.

Mayonnaise Herb Roated Turkey in roaster with herbs This post is sponsored by Mirum, but opinions expressed are my own.

Thanksgiving is just around the corner and we all know the star of the day is the TURKEY. It can be daunting when considering how to prepare a turkey. There are SO many ways you could prepare your holiday turkey. Roasted, Fried, Stuffed, Brined, Bacon Wrapped or even BBQ’d.

What do they all have in common? Trying to get the juiciest turkey. We’ve got something different for you to consider this year. Mayonnaise Herb Roasted Turkey. Yes, we said mayonnaise.

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Buttermilk Brined Roast Chicken

Oct 23, 18 Buttermilk Brined Roast Chicken in roasting pan surrounded by new potatoes
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Pumpkin Spice Brioche with Maple Glaze

Oct 19, 18 slice of Pumpkin Spice Brioche with Maple Glaze, glass bowl of empty glaze, measuring spoons with spice on baking sheet, plate with slice of brioche

Pumpkin Spice Brioche with Maple Glaze. It’s a seasonal take on brioche that will have pumpkin lovers rejoicing. It’s the perfect fall breakfast, brunch or even dessert treat to make on a weekend where you’ve got a little extra time.

Pumpkin Spice Brioche with Maple Glaze, glass bowl of empty glaze, measuring spoons with spice on baking sheet, plate with slice of brioche

If cinnamon rolls and brioche got together in a bakery and had a hypothetical baby in the fall it would be this Pumpkin Spice Brioche with Maple Glaze. I’m absolutely smitten with this recipe. You get all the pumpkin flavor by using pumpkin pie spice without having to use pumpkin puree.

This might look complicated but I assure you it’s completely doable. It does, however, take time. Don’t fret, your stand mixer will do most of the work with this recipe. Then the dough needs to sit a spell so the yeast can work it’s magic. Once the dough is perfectly plumped it’s time to rock and roll. Well roll, cut and twist. But we’ll walk you through it.

The hardest part is going to be waiting on it to be on your plate. At least, it is for me.

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Turkey Black Bean Pumpkin Chili

Oct 14, 18 Turkey Black Bean Pumpkin Chili in mini cast iron pots surrounded by naan bread

Pumpkin isn’t just for pies! If you crave all things pumpkin, or just want to try a chili recipe with a little flair, try this Turkey Black Bean Pumpkin Chili. It’s sweet, savory and spicy all at the same time.

Turkey Black Bean Pumpkin Chili in mini cast iron pots surrounded by naan bread

‘Tis the season. The season of Pumpkin Spices Lattes, or PSL if you’re hipper than me. I’m definitely not hip and get anxiety if I have to try and order a coffee drink that’s more than involved than a cappuccino. What I do know is pumpkin is EVERY where right now. Don’t believe me, pop over to PINTEREST and take a peek. I’m betting you may just have a can or two of pumkin puree in your pantry.

If you do and you’re not ready to make COOKIES just get, might I suggest making this chili. It’s made using ground turkey so it’s on the leaner side. It’s beefed up with black beans and a slew of spices, because spice is oh so nice, and the star, pumpkin.

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Easy Indian Butter Chicken

Oct 11, 18 two bowls of Indian butter chicken with rice and naan bread. Measuring spoons filled with spices surrounding

If you’ve always loved Indian food but were too afraid to try making it at home you’ll love this Easy Indian Butter Chicken recipe! It’s ready in just 30 minutes and uses ONE pot. Add jasmine rice and naan bread for a complete meal!

two bowls of easy Indian butter chicken with rice and naan bread. Measuring spoons filled with spices surrounding
I absolutely love Indian food but to be completely honest I never really would make it at home, instead I would enjoy it out at restaurants. Until this year that is. I decided it was time I enjoyed it in my pajamas while binging Netflix if I wanted. I’m so happy that I did because I’m obsessed with this Easy Indian Butter Chicken and I make it on the regular. Occasionally I eat it in regular clothes at the table as well.

When I say easy I mean it. It takes just thirty minutes to pull together and only uses ONE pot. Y’all know how much I despise doing dishes so this is always a huge selling point when deciding on a recipe for me.

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