Tag Archives: no-peek

Hearty Herbed Chicken & Sweet Potato Soup

This Hearty Herbed Chick­en & Sweet Pota­to soup is so easy to make and…it is good for you too! But easy and healthy won’t be the first thing that comes to your mind when you take your first bite of this hearty, fla­vor-packed soup. Trust me, you’ll want to add this to your fall menu for sure.

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Spicy Cilantro & Garlic Shredded Beef ((so easy and tender))

Here you go — an easy, fla­vor­ful, crowd-pleas­ing din­ner solu­tion! This din­ner­time meal is a real life-saver, whether you turn it into tacos, serve it over steamed  rice or just shred it up and eat with a side sal­ad — it’s sure to become a reg­u­lar on your menu! And don’t for­get to plan on left­overs — this recipe will turn into at least 2 meals for your week. Con­tin­ue read­ing

Creamy Chicken Chili w/ Heirloom Posole & Yellow Eye Beans

Here’s anoth­er super sim­ple recipe that allows you to get din­ner on the table when every­thing around you, your sched­ule, your list of to-do’s and even your pantry are try­ing to con­vince you oth­er­wise. Oh — and these fla­vors will knock your socks off (thanks to 3 unex­pect­ed and a short list of essen­tial sea­son­ings). Con­tin­ue read­ing

Spicy Bean & Rainbow Veggie ((No-Peek)) Veggie Stew

A pound of dried beans, a col­or­ful med­ley of fresh veg­gies and a few pantry sta­ples are often my tick­et to a sim­ple, tasty din­ner­time solu­tion. While away on our recent vaca­tion, NO-PEEK bean stew made it’s way to our din­ner table sev­er­al times. In order to bring a lit­tle vari­ety to my favorite no-peek method ((see more ideas HERE)), I switched up the veg­gies, spices and cook­ing liq­uid.

It’s always fun­ny to watch the kids com­pare my dif­fer­ent “No-Peeks” espe­cial­ly when left­overs from the last no-peek still exist. Con­tin­ue read­ing

3-Bean ((NO-PEEK)) Soup Meets Orcas Island

I took a lit­tle break from the blog — I both missed it and enjoyed it all at the same time. While the blog was qui­et, life was very full. We took a 16 day trip to my most favorite place in the world :: Orcas. For the first 10 days, it was just me and the herd. We left the bread-win­ner at home to win bread while we island-hopped, trail-hiked, beach-walked, tide pool-stud­ied and good food-ate (just to name a few of our time-con­sum­ing delights). Con­tin­ue read­ing

 
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