When I first moved to Houston a few years ago, I met Ben out for lunch one day while he was working and he took me to a restaurant called Island Grill. There were so many good options on the menu but he insisted that I order the Hanover Platter. The platter consisted of a large dish filled with hummus, tabbouleh, avocado, chicken, mushrooms, and onions with the most heavenly garlic sauce and a side of warm pita. I fell in love with this dish and have yet to try

Last year when I was trying to eat super healthy in preparation for my wedding Ben and I decided to cut bread out of our diet. If you don’t know me, I am someone who lives off bread. I have it with almost every meal so this was a difficult change for me. I especially love toast in the morning after I work out. Because I wasn’t able to eat bread but still craving “toast”, I came up with sweet potato toast which completely satisfied my cravings. These toasts have

Coming up with weeknight dinner recipes can get challenging because I only like to cook quick meals that don’t call for too many steps or ingredients but are delicious. People always ask me if I go to the grocery store every day to make all these recipes and the answer is no. I usually go on Sunday or Monday for the whole week and buy multiple proteins, lots of vegetables and some pantry staples that I am low on. One of those proteins that is purchased almost every week is

Tuna Melts are one of my favorite things to make for lunch during the week. I usually make a big batch of tuna salad on Sunday or Monday so that I can whip these up super quick throughout the weekdays. They literally take less than 10 minutes to make and are so delicious! I love to make them as an open-faced sandwich because the tuna salad doesn’t get lost in all that bread and it is a lot less calories this way! I also use nonfat greek yogurt instead of

Recently getting married in Ravello and honeymooning in Capri and Positano, I feel like I have gotten to know the Amalfi Coast pretty well. I have been vacationing in Positano for the past couple of summers so this city was initially my favorite until I really got to spend some time Capri and Ravello. All 3 cities are very different and special in their own ways. When deciding where to visit in the Amalfi Coast it depends on what you are looking for. In this post I’m going to break

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