How to Spiralize Zucchini

how to spiralize zucchini

This how-to Tuesday was a bit of a no brainer. Not only do I spiralize a lot and have a whole category dedicated to the recipes, but if you haven’t heard I am a new Brand Ambassador for the Inspiralizer!

Spiralizing is easy and fun, and you can create so many healthy recipes! In addition, the number of different fruits and vegetables you can spiralize is endless. From zucchini to sweet potatoes, to apples, cucumbers, onions and butternut squash (just to name a few), there are so many options!

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How to Roast Artichokes

Roasted Artichokes

How many of you are fans of spinach artichoke dip? I bet quite a few of you – it’s delicious! I know I love the dip, and I love when it comes with big chunks of artichokes. That was actually how I started liking artichokes.

I quite honestly don’t think I’d even had an artichoke before I started eating spin dip, and I found that I loved the flavor that came from the artichokes (I mean, the cream cheese didn’t hurt anything 🙂 ).

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How to Freeze Fresh Fruit

how to freeze fresh fruit

Are you like me and you buy fruit with every intention of eating it, and end up throwing a portion of it away because you didn’t eat it? Honestly, unless I’m using it for a recipe I’ll do it every. single. time. 

I have much more of a salty tooth than I do a sweet tooth, so I’m guilty of neeeeeeeding some strawberries, eating a handful, then not craving them until much much later after they’ve expired and have gone to trash heaven.

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How to put together a Charcuterie Board

charcuterie board

If you like meats and cheeses than you’re going to love today’s How to Tuesday because we’re going to talk about how to make a charcuterie board!

The word charcuterie actually refers to preparing cured meats, but like many ideas and terms it’s evolved, and when you pick up a menu at a restaurant or search on the internet you’ll find that the word charcuterie now refers to pairing cured meats and cheeses together.

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How to Roast Garlic

Roasted Garlic

This week marks two months since I’ve started my How To Tuesday’s! I can’t believe it’s been that long since I’ve started bringing you guys different tips, tricks and techniques for cooking. It seems like yesterday I was thinking about starting this weekly Tuesday series – that’s what people say when they have kids right? It was just yesterday that I remember you…. Well this labor of love is kinda like my kiddo, so minus the whole actual labor/raising little people to be decent humans thing, I get it 🙂

This week I’m bringing you one of the BEST cooking techniques that you must know how to do – roast garlic.

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How to Cook Quinoa

How to Cook Quinoa

Quinoa. If you like eating healthy and are into brown rice, then quinoa should definitely be your jam! We’re talking skill level = Minute Rice. It’s so easy and a great side you can cook and throw together for your meal.

I personally use Bob’s Red Mill products and love them. Their quinoa is my go-to, along with all their flours and sugars. But regardless of what brand of quinoa you buy, how you cook it will remain the same.

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