{Nourish} Parmesan Dijon Chicken

Parmesan Dijon ChickienAsk my clients and they will tell you…this is their all-time favorite recipe. I’m not sure why it took me this long to post it to the blog! It is a staple in our house and I have been teaching this recipe for years. It’s as simple (three ingredients and 15 minutes!) and delicious as a chicken recipe can get. You simply have to trust me on this one…your mind is going to be blown and you are going to be making this recipe on a regular basis for years to come. The best part? All you need is chicken, Dijon mustard and shredded Parmesan cheese! Continue reading “{Nourish} Parmesan Dijon Chicken”

{Nourish} Farmer’s Cheese Crostini 3 Ways

farmersThings on toast. Who doesn’t love them? Considering the idea that just about anything spread on toast gets people excited, I figured I would offer a slightly different play on the idea. Avocado, goat cheese, ricotta and hummus are now staple spreads in many of our houses but Farmer’s cheese might be a new one to you. In celebration of the spring bounty at the market, here are three variations of farmer’s cheese crostini that are really easy to create. I was actually able to use ingredients I already had in the house to pull these together and they were a beautiful bunch…all equally delicious. You are now ready for spring entertaining! Continue reading “{Nourish} Farmer’s Cheese Crostini 3 Ways”

{Nourish} Shrimp Saganaki with White Beans + A Shrimp Buying Guide

IMG_3304I am a huge fan of one pot meals and this Shrimp Saganaki recipe is going to become a summer favorite in your house…promise! This dish was inspired by a trip to Greece a few years ago. I found myself ordering some variation of this at many of my meals so once I returned home I was determined to recreate it! The brightness of the dill and parsley paired with the salty olives and sweet tomatoes = meal time heaven! I skip the cheese these days as my tummy has the final say on the that one, and it is still divinely satisfying! Without overly patting myself on the back—I have to say that I enjoy this even more than the versions I ate in Greece because it is so light and so simple to whip up! Continue reading “{Nourish} Shrimp Saganaki with White Beans + A Shrimp Buying Guide”