This is a recipe that screams summer in Italy. We're talking happy hour (aka aperitivo) time when you're sipping on Prosecco or Spritzs and noshing on olives, potato chips, pistachios, and little crostini. This recipe is inspired by one of our favorite places of all time to do aperitivo – we're talking the rooftop of the Principe Hotel in Forte dei Marmi.
Say hello to your new favorite California-inspired appetizer! The combination of green olives, roasted pistachios, citrus, mint, and olive oil is total perfection and brings freshness and vibrance to any season.
I'm an equal opportunity shortbread eater. But sometimes I like to switch up the classic and for this St Patrick's Day I wanted to make an Oatmeal Shortbread. Made with coconut oil, coconut sugar, and maple syrup, this one tastes like my favorite bowl of oatmeal made into a cookie and dipped in chocolate.
This is a healthy easy recipe for chicken tinga that gets put on tostadas and topped with a crunchy, fresh radish salsa. It can be made in the slow cooker or the stovetop and is equally delicious in tacos as it is in a grain bowl.
Not all classic French food is complicated! This classic Potato Leek soup is simply buttery sauteed vegetables that get pureed together with herbs and a dash of cream for one of the easiest and satisfying soups of ever!
Swapping fried potatoes for potato chips makes quick work of the classic Spanish dish tortilla española. We then cut it into bite-sized pieces and garnish with sour cream, bravas sauce, and herbs for a perfect cocktail party appetizer!