WhatIWore: Happy Pi Day! While math lovers start reciting the digits of π, I’m thinking of breaking out my rolling pin! Inspired by my Aunt Barb, I have a goal of making and documenting 100 pies. There’s no time crunch and I only have nine down (and deleted one photo by accident, but I think it was another blueberry), but, hey! what a tasty challenge. I use my grandma Schroeder’s recipe, which has been passed down to me by Barb. The crust makes all the difference! Read on for the recipe! Above photo, Barb’s beautiful pies for my sister’s bridal shower in 2013.
WhatIWore: One of the biggest challenges to jumping into a new diet is coming up with a variety of meals within the guidelines that are still satisfying and delicious. Turkey meatballs are one of my favorites! It’s a great way to get in some extra veggies, and they are more lean than beef/pork meatballs. Here’s how I make them:
WhatIWore: With the New Year just around the corner, it’s time for me to get prepped for another Whole 30 Challenge. Last January was my first go at it and I saw amazing results. While I’ve stuck to a balance of about 80/20 true paleo, the Holidays have been a little gluttonous and I’m ready to clean up my diet!
In today’s post, I’ll be sharing how I prep my kitchen and create my grocery list to start the Whole 30 off on the right foot.