Today I’m sharing a link to an informative article on the ultimate DIY: how to roast your own coffee beans at home. (It’s easier than you may think!) This experiment was conducted by my own husband, Michael Purdy, so I can testify as to the results: great coffee. Head over to his site to get the full scoop.
Fall at our house means making a big pot of chili. Here’s my recipe for an easy version you prepare in the morning and leave in your slow cooker all day. Ready made seasoning makes it super easy, but you can also just add your own spices, or whatever veggies you like.
Here’s a salad that I’ve been making all summer. It really can have anything on it but lately I’ve been using an ingredient that adds more protein to the salad to keep me going a little big longer: canned chickpeas.
Here’s a quick and easy recipe that has become a favorite at our house…because it’s well, quick and easy. Also, it tastes good. It was adapted from various Mediterranean style salad recipes, but it’s become it’s own thing. If you like pasta dishes with fresh veggies this is a nice thing to try because you could probably mix in whatever you have on hand.