Greek Quinoa Bowl

I've been really into meals in a bowl lately.  It is so visually appealing to see all of the ingredients in my bowl ready to be tossed together.  I also love having tasty fresh ingredients for a meal.  Some of my favorite flavors are definitely greek flavors.  I love the bite and zing of kalamata olives along with cool cucumber and smooth feta.  So my obsession with bowl meals and my craving for mediterranean food inspired this healthy and easy meal. I marinated some chicken breasts and grilled them up as the … [Read more...]

Baja Beer Battered Fish Tacos // Rubios Copycat

I can still remember the first time I ate a fish taco.  It sounded terrible.  I was resistant to try it.  I was 14 years old, and I had traveled to San Diego, CA to visit my aunt.  She picked me up from the airport and insisted we stop at Rubio's.  All I can say is that it was love at first bite.  Years later I moved to San Diego to attend college, and stayed in southern California for nearly 15 years.  Rubio's was a staple.  My husband would pick it up every Saturday - and fish tacos were always my number one choice. … [Read more...]

Thai Peanut Saute

   This is one of those family recipes that  E V E R Y O N E loves, but is often forgot about. And then I remember it, make it again and its on the menu for months in a row. Its delicious, full of different fresh deep flavors, and very easy. All the key ingredients for family meals. I should add healthy too. It's gluten free and can easily be vegetarian. So- there you have it- the perfect meal no matter who you are serving.  This is one of those meals where you prep and dump. It's important to make the sauce (and … [Read more...]

Grilled Veggie and Tortellini Pasta with Basil Vinaigrette

Last day of summer, friends. THIS IS IT. I know some people are dying to bust out the pumpkins (OK, I just bought like 7 from Trader Joe's today and just set them out on my porch 5 minutes ago. DO NOT HATE ME!) and the soups and crusty breads and the holiday baking...and yes I am there too, but a little part of me is always sad to officially say goodbye to each season. So I will do so with a bang with this banging summer veggie and pasta salad! It comes together pretty quickly. While your veggies are … [Read more...]

Acai Smoothie Bowls

We have been ADDICTED to these extremely healthy acai bowls this past month! With cold and flu season hitting hard + public school germs infiltrating themselves into our lives I couldn't ask for a better immune booster than this bad boy. Plus, I love that my kids beg for a smoothie every dang day. Why is it so healthy? Let me show ya... It's got ACAI (richest form of anti-oxidants, amino acids, vitamin c, A, B1, B2, B3 and E. Calcium, copper, magnesium and zinc) PROBIOTIC CHIA SEEDS (calcium, magnesium, … [Read more...]

Lemon Herb Tilapia

Fresh, bright, light...oh so yummy.  That's how I would describe this fast dinner.  I've said it before, and I'll say it again - if you aren't a seafood fan you need to try tilapia.  It is so mild and so easy to prepare.  You'll be converted! I started out this recipe with a shallot, some dills, some parsley, and some garlic. I seasoned my tilapia with salt and pepper and then coated it in flour.  I cooked it in a skillet with a little olive oil and then removed it and let it rest on a pan.  I added a little more … [Read more...]

Tips for Healthy and Quick Kid-Friendly Dinners

We have been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #KeepingMomsCool #CollectiveBias Has the hustle of school and soccer season started to make your evenings as frenzied as mine?! To top it off dance and piano began this last week my efforts has Suzy homemaker have started to lack! I have four wonderful kids who are active and involved. Right where I want them.. busy with homework, exercising on the soccer field and still able to have a few minutes to cuddle up and … [Read more...]

Barbershop Quartet

Are you wondering where in the world the name of this dessert came from?!   I grew up with my mom (and then me) making this dessert probably more than any other dessert in our house. It's got 4 layers, which is why it's called Barbershop Quartet! Weird, I know, but a lot more interesting than Lots of Chocolate and White Fluff, yeah? This is a pretty simple one to make, and even my chocolate-hating husband likes it. He claims the chocolate pudding doesn't taste like chocolate. So. There's … [Read more...]

Thai Yellow Coconut Curry with Curry Paste from Scratch

What does the definition of comfort food to you? I used to think it meant a cheesy, greasy, gravy ladened dish. However over the years I have really come to understand comfort food on a whole new personal level. It just happens as we experience life, go through trails and rough patches, cold lonely nights. And then you curl up with a nice warm bowl of yellow curry and it just soothes your soul. Not only does it taste delicious but it warms every bit of you from the inside out. And THATS when you get it. Comfort … [Read more...]

Mango Salsa Summer Rolls with Thai Peanut Dipping Sauce

I needed a side dish for some coconut chicken I was making and was totally stumped. I had some mango salsa sitting in the fridge from some fish tacos I'd made and BAM. It hit me. Don't you love it when the food gods smile down on you? Oh, I do. This is suuuuuuuch an easy meal to prep beforehand. Make your salsa and thai peanut dipping sauce and slice the veggies at some point in the week, or in the morning, whatevs, so all you have to do is roll the rolls and you're ready for dinner! Have you ever worked … [Read more...]

Almond Joy Breakfast Shake

Oh So Delicioso has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #KashiPlantPower #GOTOGETHER #CollectiveBias Who else struggles with breakfast!?  I am ALWAYS rushed in the morning, so my go-to breakfast is always a shake.  I've come up with some fun, tasty recipes over the years - and so I thought I'd share one of my staples today.  With all of the processed foods these days I like to start off the day with something that is good for me, so I find a breakfast shake … [Read more...]

Tacos Al Pastor

Honestly if it weren't for my husband I would have always stuck with carne asada tacos. I am the kind of person who, when finds a dish they love at a restaurant, sticks to it. I will be the most loyal human to that dish they ever did see. I suppose I'm like this for two reasons.... 1. If I'm going to spend my hard earned money on something it better be good! 2. I'm usually going to that restaurant because I totally craving that specific meal! My husband has a great knowledge of mexican food and culture. So while he … [Read more...]

Chocolate Fondue

  If there is one thing that I have served at gatherings that is always a hit - it is this chocolate fondue!  The recipe is simple and it is really such a crowd pleaser.  I received this fondue pot as a wedding gift and I've used it so so many times for various recipes - but chocolate fondue is by far the favorite.  Fondue can also be made in a saucepan and served warm in a dish if you don't have a fondue pot. One of my fondest memories is visiting a fondue restaurant with friends when I was a newlywed.  We had a … [Read more...]

50+ Pressure Cooker Recipes

We have loved pressure cooker week! We hope you're dying to go out and grab one, we absolutely love ours. We firmly believe they will save your school night dinner scrambles, so you can spend more time doing homework with your kids having Bachelor nights with the girls. As a recap, basically anything that can be done in the crockpot can be done in the pressure cooker 2-3 times as fast. you have to have liquid in the pot, so you're not going to get anything crispy in there. You can totally make desserts, frozen-solid … [Read more...]

Mini Pressure Cooker Cheesecakes

One of the things I kept seeing you could bake with the pressure was cheesecake. Sound perfect, right? You get the moisture needed for cheesecakes, and a quick bake time so you can start chilling them. Because CHEESECAKE! I tried this three different times until I got the cook time right. I used my Grandma's cheesecake recipe, I love it every time. I've done mini cheesecake bites as well as a regular cheesecake in a 9" pie plate, but I mostly wanted to test out baking methods for the pressure cooker. And on the … [Read more...]

Chicken and Rice with Crispy Onion Strings

This. Is. Comfort food. Creamy rice, soft and hearty veggies, juicy chicken thighs, and salty onion strings.   I've had this basic recipe for a while now, and every time I make it I am pleasantly surprised how delicious this simple meal with simple ingredients is. The leftovers are also just as good, and soul-warming on a cool, fall day. Leftover turkey would also substitute the chicken perfectly. I've written out instructions for conventional oven baking and pressure cooker cooking. Oven takes about an hour to bake, … [Read more...]

Tangy Black Beans and Rice – Pressure Cooker

Are you guys convinced yet that pressure cookers are pretty amazing? Steph's previous post vegetarian chili and pot roast had me drooling.. if you didn't catch her pressure cooker roast and chili recipes you need to go check them out! Today I'm going to share a simple yet delicious black bean and rice recipe. Since I received my Power Pressure Cooker XL a few months ago I've been playing with different recipes and cooking methods. Many so good and quick! But the function I found myself utilizing the most was the … [Read more...]

Vegetarian Chili

Pressure cookers are really fabulous for cooking meats super fast and making them really moist. But. Veggies need some love too! This is the perfect chop and dump meal. Prep everything, open some cans, and throw it all in there. Done in 10 minutes. This vegetarian chili is totally customizable, forgiving, and if you really want some meat, you can totally add chicken, turkey, whatever you want. Super healthy, and you can add all the kid-friendly toppings. TEN MINUTES, guys. [amd-zlrecipe-recipe:690] … [Read more...]

Pressure Cooker {Frozen} Roast Beef and Potatoes

I think I've found one my newest favorite kitchen gadget. The pressure cooker. Aubrey and I have been testing out these Power Pressure Cooker XLs over the last several months and I have been SO IMPRESSED. We knew we wanted to see how well they work and what we could do with them, but we were especially excited to see what dinners could be made super fast in honor of this crazy back-to-school time and all of the upcoming busy weeknights we are anticipating. We'll be bringing you a few new recipes we developed for … [Read more...]

Deconstructed California Roll Bowl

Bowls are the new plates.  It's true.  Martha Stewart said it, so it's true.  Ha ha!  Really though!  Have you noticed how popular meals served in bowls have become?  I love serving food in the Fiesta bistro bowl.  They are truly one of my favorite pieces of dinnerware.  The depth is perfect, they are chip resistant, and they are beautiful to boot! Today I'm serving up a California roll...in a bowl.  Who is a sushi lover out there?  If I'm being honest - I'm pretty reserved when it comes to sushi.  No sashimi for … [Read more...]

Top Kid Dinnerware Products

Over the years we have been contacted by several companies and have tried soooooo many different children dishes, serving ware, dinnerware, cups, bibs, snack packs and cups. YOU NAME IT! We've also spent our own money on trying out different brands. So I wanted to share with you the children's dishes that have made the cut in our house. The ones that work too dang well to giveaway to friends and the goodwill truck ;) and guys this is NOT sponsored. But you can shop everything on the post by click on this slider, or … [Read more...]

Dinosaur Cake with Exploding Lava Volcano

I don't think there is a kid more obsessed with dinos than mine. Truly. Parker plays, eats, sleeps, and breathes dinosaurs! So when talks of his 5th birthday party began (11 3/4 months ago), we both knew exactly what would be in the works. I bought these tiny little dinosaurs for super cheap on Amazon here and thought they'd be perfect atop some simple cupcakes. I also found this green shredded candy "sprinkles" that I used as grass.   We had 3-feet-tall blow-up dinosaurs, masks for the kids, spray-painted … [Read more...]

Millions of Peaches, Peaches For Me

Peaches are one of the best fruits of summer, so we totally thought they deserved their own week. We've loved infusing them with earthy, basil flavors, sweet and spicy, refreshing and minty, chocolate and caramel, deep-fried, and of course, right off the tree! Try one of our new recipes this week, or any of our classics. Millions of peaches, peaches for me... Peach Frozen Custard and Brownies with Salted Dark Caramel Sauce Peach, Ricotta, and Basil Crostini Sweet and Spicy Peach and Shrimp Kabobs Grilled … [Read more...]

Grilled Peach Salad

All I can say about this salad is COME ON!!!  This is so good that you won't even believe it!!! First lets talk about the dressing.  A fresh basil vinaigrette that is BURSTING with freshness.  I whipped this up in my blender and boy was it the finishing touch to this salad.  It added a clean, herbal tang - that you just CAN'T get from a store bought dressing. I grilled my peaches for a little char and richness of flavor.  It only took a few minutes and added just the depth of flavor I was after.  I love a … [Read more...]

Peach and Shrimp Kabobs

Dinner in 10 minutes?!  Yes please!  This tasty dish will be on your table before it is even set!  I love shrimp, and I love summertime grilling.  Add some juicy fresh peaches and you pretty much have heaven on a platter. My love of seafood started when I was a kid.  I have really fond memories of camping with my family.  My dad would get up early to go fishing and he would catch our dinner.  We feasted on rainbow trout grilled over the camp fire during those trips.  Since then I haven't been afraid to try other … [Read more...]

Peach, Ricotta, and Basil Crostini

Crostini is one of my favorite appetizers. Classic bruschetta, mediterranean bruschetta, and now peach, ricotta, and basil crostini. Such an easy app to whip up, and hellooooo summer! Homemade ricotta really makes the dish. You boil milk and cream, add lemon juice, and let it strain for a couple of hours. That's IT! Thick and creamy, fresh ricotta pairs perfectly on the buttered, grilled toasts! Top with a juicy peach (or nectarine) slice, earthy basil, and a fruity balsamic glaze to tie all of the flavors … [Read more...]

Peaches and Cream Frozen Custard with Brownies and Salted Dark Caramel Sauce

Movin' to the country, gonna eat a lot of peaches. Movin' to the country, gonna eat me a lot of peaches... We're probably older than some of you, which means some of you don't know why I'm moving to the country and am gonna eat a lot peaches. It's a song! I was in 5th grade, and all the boys were singing it (that, and doing that wrist-flick thing...and wearing puka shell necklaces and sambas) and I still love it to this day! Welcome to Peach Week! My sister-in-law is from Georgia, and she has inspired this … [Read more...]

Elote en Vaso

Tacos are life. Especially here at OhSo, I don't believe we've met a taco we didn't like. Velvet Taco is one of my favorite taco joints here in Dallas (shrimp and grits taco is next on my list of things to recreate). One of my friends introduced me to their elote. Many of you may have had elote, or corn on the cob with all the traditional Mexican slathering of mayo, lime, cheese, spices. I can't do the mayo, so I was super stoked they didn't use that, AND! and they put it all in a cup for you. I had to ask my Mexican … [Read more...]

Classic Guacamole

I really haven't ever met a soul who does not love a good bowl of guacamole!? (not that they don't exist!) I have a secret ingredient to my own recipe that always has friends asking for the recipe! Wanna know what it is? I'll tell ya, just not yet. You know that I often work with one of my favorite grocery stores, Ralphs. This month they challenged us to make a recipe of the best guac of our life! They also are hosting a huge sweepstakes. The sweepstakes will run between Friday, July 15 – Wednesday, July 20, head … [Read more...]

Pantry Props

I just moved into a house with a big beautiful kitchen....the best part?! the PANTRY!! It's like a walk-closet. For years I've lived pretty much with just a shelf or two in the kitchen cupboard. Now I don't know what to do with all this space. Before, I would store some stuff in the garage on some shelves, but I didn't ever have a proper back-up supply of foods, and definitely no food storage. (I like to have at least three months in my pantry, trust me, it's come in handy when we have gone through rough … [Read more...]

Radish and Bean Green Salad

Well hi there summer.  I love your food.  Seriously.  I love summer food.  There is nothing better than eating tons of fresh produce on a warm summer evening.  I recently moved to the pacific north west and I am literally in love with all the local farm grown produce we have here.  I couldn't help but toss together a tasty salad to go along with our grilled shrimp the other night.  It turned out so fresh and crisp with lots of bite - so I knew I had to share here. The inspiration for this salad was these fresh, … [Read more...]

Baskin-Robbins Warm Cookie Ice Cream Sandwich

This post is sponsored by Baskin-Robbins. I have a 5 month old little boy.  He is so smiley and rolly polly and precious.  It's all I can do to not nibble him all day long.  When I was pregnant with him I MAJORLY craved Baskin-Robbins.  I sent my husband on late night runs ALL.THE.TIME.  So when Baskin-Robbins asked us if we wanted to try their new Warm Cookie Ice Cream Sandwich there was no way I was going to say no. My little family made an evening of it - everyone got to choose their own warm cookie ice … [Read more...]

Spicy Caribbean Shrimp with Mango Quinoa Salad

You guys. I cannot tell you how excited I am about this new recipe. Summer is slowly coming to an end, so you must make this right now. Although I do see it as a warm, light and delicious escape to the tropical Caribbean during the cold winter months, especially when all you've been making is creamy soup and heavy pastas (what, you don't do that during the winter?). I love this because you can do all of the prepwork earlier in the day (or during naptime) so that dinner time isn't as stressful! So easy! The … [Read more...]

Chicken and Asparagus Skillet Dinner

Oh my goodness!  This was the best dinner!  And I only dirtied one pan to make it.  I have the pickiest eater known to man - in the form of a 4 year old boy, and he gobbled this right up and asked for more.  The flavors in this dish were so fresh and yummy - it is definitely going on the regular dinner rotation. This meal is perfect for those busy nights when you need a quick dinner and no fuss. I love LOVE my Fiesta cooking ware.  The non-stick is perfect and cleans up like a dream!  Not to mention that they … [Read more...]

Roasted Red Pepper Hummus BLT

Who is a Zupas fan?! My family and I recently went back to visit Utah and play in the mountains (oh, my heart...my poor, aching heart!!!) and I had to have some of my favorites to eat. Plenty of dranky dranks and sugar cookies, and perhaps one of my most nostalgic places, Zupas. We have a few copycat recipes here, like our Nuts About Berries Salad, Wisconsin Cauliflower Soup, and now this. My little family and I were running by my favorite drive-through drink and cookie gas station and needed to pick up some … [Read more...]

Mediterranean Salmon

We are summer eating in full swing at our house!  Our dinners are full of fresh produce these days and we all love it!  My 2 year old spends dinner time shoveling food into his mouth and saying "yum yum yum" in between bites.  I love that he loves to eat fresh fruits and veggies - now if I can just convince the 4 year old.  It's so funny how each child is different - even when they are exposed to the same food.  My 2 year old will eat an entire water melon, while my 4 year old will not even taste it.  I do believe that … [Read more...]

Raspberry Sour Cream Cake

This cake is hands down one of my favorite desserts.  My mom made this growing up and I've continued to make it as an adult.  I've served this time and time again and have yet to meet someone who didn't ADORE this cake.  It is the perfect balance of tart and sweet. The cake is dense, served cold, and moist!  It's one of those desserts that you just want to keep eating and eating and eating. You make the cake in a jelly roll pan - the large 11x16 baking sheets with a lip that you can sometimes find at Costco.  I … [Read more...]

Tropical Hot Dogs with Coconut Relish

I have a really fun recipe for you today!  This is a tropical twist on the classic hotdog - perfect for a hot dog bar this 4th of July.  If you didn't catch my 4th of July tables cape post - you must take a look for some fun party ideas! A few years ago my husband and I took a trip to Kauai.  Near our hotel was a little hot dog shack called Puka Dog.  We ate there on a whim and we were hooked!  We had to go back again before we left.  They are unique in the fact that their hotdog buns are tubes of bread that the hot … [Read more...]

4th of July Tablescape with Fiesta

The 4th of July is right around the corner - so I wanted to share with you what I have planned for my celebration!  Independence Day is one of my favorite holidays.  I love being surrounded by friends and family while celebrating our country. I love a pretty presentation (who doesn't?!) and red, white, and blue are some of my favorite colors to dress up a table with! I started out with a festive tablecloth that I found while browsing the aisles at Home Goods.  All of the tableware you see here is by our fav - … [Read more...]

Cucumber Melon Summer Salad

Do you guys know how to pick the best, sweetest cantaloupe? When you are picking out the melon, smell where the vine was attached. The stronger it smells the riper, sweeter it is. I don't know where I heard this advice but its been the most reliable piece of advice I've had about picking the best fruits so far!  Now, let me tell you about this salad... This salad is really simple and it's own ingredients are the main show. So you want to be sure to have great fresh fruits. I shop at Ralphs Grocery, and have yet to … [Read more...]

Coconut Tea Green Smoothie with Takeya

Did you know that June is national iced tea month?  I don't drink black tea, but I LOVE iced herbal tea.  It is such a little treat for me.  I usually add in a touch of almond milk and stevia for a sweet afternoon treat.  As you know, we are good friends with the folks over at Takeya.  I really love their pitcher.  I use it for crystal light, orange juice, ice tea, and ice water.  Each time I've used it while entertaining, I get questions about it. I love making iced tea in the pitcher because it is so darn fast! … [Read more...]

Smoked Pulled Pork {on your gas grill}

We finally got a grill a couple of months ago after selling ours before moving. I really wanted a smoker, but it's just not in the cards yet. SO, we got a smoker box! Here in Texas, brisket is king. I have yet to try a brisket, but it's totally next on my list. As Father's Day is approaching, I really wanted to find a some sweet, manly aprons. So many uses! I saw these ones by The Sturdy Brothers and fell in love. Their vision is rekindling the spirit of American craftsmanship in the South. They use quality waxed … [Read more...]

Vanilla Berry Chia Seed Ice Cream with KitchenAid Ice Cream Maker

There are two types of people. KitchenAid lovers and people who use mixer-that-shall-not-be-named. I am a a KitchenAid lover (admirer, fan, devout user) through and through. It goes back generations, and when the girls in my family get married we recieve a KitchenAid stand mixer as a wedding gift from my Grandma and Aunts. It's not just a KitchenAid they pass on though, they transfer a passion for cooking and baking. The many hours I've spent with my Grandma and Mom over her KitchenAid making these award-winning rolls. … [Read more...]

Orange Creamsicle Smoothie Pops

In these hot summer months my kids are always looking for a snack.T hey seem to be always searching the cuboards for a sweet treat over the savory. I love making these with them! Making these smoothie pops cures that sweet tooth without adding a single drop of sugar. These Orange Creamsicle Pops are creamy, sweet and full of healthy ingredients. I picked up some beautiful, fresh oranges and all the other ingredients at Ralphs. My favorite grocery store to go shopping at. I recently grabbed a bag of oranges from … [Read more...]

Fresh Pesto Shrimp

  It's no secret - I LOVE shrimp.  Seriously one of my favorite foods.  I like it grilled, roasted, cold with cocktail sauce, fried, in pasta...I could go on and on...but I'll stop so I don't end up sounding like Bubba Gump. I stumbled upon this tasty shrimp recipe a few years ago.  I've prepared it roasted in the oven and on the grill.  Both are delicious.  Prepared roasted the flavors are rich, and grilled the flavors are fresh.  Pictured here I have grilled it.  I prefer grilling in the summer months - keeps … [Read more...]

Italian Cream Cake

Grandma recipes are the best. You know they're foolproof because they've been baking them for decades, they usually have simple ingredients and directions, and nostalgia certainly makes everything taste better. My Grandma made this cake all of the time growing up, and my Dad has grown to request either this or my other Grandma's cheesecake for his birthday. Sounds like he has a thing for nostalgia too, eh? This perfectly fluffy cake and the rich, nutty icing is seriously easy and simple to make, yet so … [Read more...]

Sour Cream Pound Cake

This recipe has been on our blog for years and has always been one of my favorite cakes! Many of you know this but years ago, this blog was a group blog with many many contributors. As the blog grew and life went on we narrowed down the contributors to those with serious interest in food blogging. Many of the recipes shared by our previous contributors are still on this blog and so delicious!   Because I love this recipe so much I decided to give it a little facelift and bring it forward a few years! (Yes it's been … [Read more...]

Blue Cheese Herb Butter + Steak Kabobs & Father’s Day Giveaway

Today were having an early celebration for FATHERS DAY!! We have a wonderful GIVEAWAY and a perfect meal for the man in your life.... Did you catch yesterday's post with the Cilantro Lime Butter to pair with chicken kabobs? Today's recipe is a perfect match deep flavor and steak. Either herb butter from today or yesterday will please your man, either of these recipes can be used on a either type of meat. And they don't have to be kabobs either. Kabobs are really family friendly for several reasons (like the meat is … [Read more...]

Cilantro Lime Butter with Grilled Chicken Kabobs

I love grilling. I love that it is fast, easy and leaves me with one less pan to clean. I'm lucky and live in Southern California where the weather allows me to pretty much grill all year round, and I totally do. Even if I lived in a climate with cold weather, I'd probably try to grill all year round. Do you do that? Do you grill? Do you hold back? What stops you? Skill? Knowledge? Don't currently own a grill?  You don't even have to have a fancy grill. Mine is small, inexpensive grill that fits nice and perfect on our … [Read more...]

Mojito Fruit Salad

One of my favorite things about summer is the juicy, fresh produce. Especially from our farmer's market. ESPECIALLY those of the sugary, sweet variety. Make your simple syrup with juice, lime juice, and sugar. Sometimes I go a little overboard and buy a ton of my favorite fruit, nectarines and peaches, so the other day I busted out a cobbler for a friend I took dinner to (while I ooh'ed and ahh'ed at her new, precious little bebe). Smoothies are always wonderful with ripe fruit, but I almost feel like it … [Read more...]

Greek Pitas with Tzatziki Sauce and Homemade Pita Bread

These pitas are a Greek medley of flavors party in your mouth.   They just feel healthy. Healthy enough to eat a handful of dark chocolate Cadbury eggs and another handful of thin mints for dessert. It's March, so it's not summer yet here, but this makes it feel like it. I can't wait to bust out these babies in the heat! Tzatziki sauce is one of the best parts of Greek food. Fresh, cool cucumbers are used to create a beautiful, dill-infused dip. Grill some chicken, layer with lettuce, olives, tomatoes, … [Read more...]