When you go to @magnoliatable, whether you sit down or get Take Away, do yourself (and everyone around you) a favor and get this lemon (curd) pie. It’s like key lime but lighter and less tart and more ...lemony. You won’t be disappointed.
Done! And because I love y’all I’ve decided to share the recipe that I’ve adapted from my cousin’s bridal shower recipe 🏄🏼♀️🏄🏼♀️🏄🏼♀️ Swipe left! Just in time for 4th of July! Surfs up!
Pre-oven pics in reverse order: Wife of the year award ... you’re welcome Michael. Freshly grated sharp cheddar + 2% grass fed milk + 1/2 fat Greek cream cheese + grass fed butter + salt & peppa + cavatappi noodles + breadcrumbs ..... basically the same recipe I posted before but this time freshly grated sharp cheddar and less fat w the milk products .... still NOT healthy - but he deserves the treat 😇❤️
You can’t tell, but this pizza is bigger than the plate and most people’s heads. And it is DIVINE. Fave cheat day treat - slice of Meatball with Spinach ...but let’s be real when do I ever not have a cheat day to some degree... #YUM @fatsullyspizza
Late night ice cream with a cherry tree on top. #ILOVEYOUCOLORADO
Swipe left to see ingredients - lemon, olive oil, nutritional yeast (salt free), olives, red pepper, butter lettuce (favorite brand: Pete’s Living Greens)...
Omg. Whoever invented croutons was a genius. See second to previous post for how I created these crispy angels 😍 Now let’s see if they even make it on my salad or if I eat them before 😲
Oh and of course, when we have company this is my go-to 😍🤩 Giada’s biscotti - I add @greenandblacks milk chocolate and guiradelli semi sweet chocolate chips + walnuts. Crowd pleaser and couldn’t be easier!
Sourdough has become a staple in our house - we get a loaf from the bakery almost every week - such a pure, rustic gorgeous and versatile food - and it all starts with two ingredients: water and flour. There is not much I dislike more than wasting food - so I’ve started giving the bread that goes stale a different life. Cut into cubes, mixed with grapeseed oil, olive oil, Mt Vesuvius spices (cayenne, and a bunch of other mysterious herbs I have yet to figure out), sea salt, and freshly grated parmesean. Place on a baking sheet at 375 degrees Fahrenheit for 12 minutes ... and bam! Delish to add to your salad! P.S these pics are all pre-oven!