Spaghetti Squash Tacos

vegetarian tacos tinga style

Spaghetti Squash Tacos (Tinga Style) is a vegetarian taco inspired by Pollo de Tinga. This Mexican inspired classic has deep flavors from Guajillo Chilis, onion and tomato. It can be eaten as a taco or with rice…or any way you wish! Spaghetti squash Tinga is a great alternative for vegetarian tacos or tostadas and can … Read more

Cultivating conversation through food

Cultivating conversation through food Using food to have deeper conversations with your loved ones. As with many tough conversations, food makes things a little easier to address. It eases our discomfort and insecurities and it creates a bridge between the now and more broad ideas. Using food to bridge that gap and be the container … Read more

Baked Omelette (your quick go-to egg dish)

Here is a quick, egg dish for your busy morning. Making these baked omelettes ahead and having them ready in your fridge for your kids (and yourself) to grab and go are ESSENTIAL. To have a strong and efficient day, we need to get healthy fats and some veggies in our bodies in the morning. … Read more

Overnight Oats

Overnight Oats will change your morning routine and give you and your family a great, healthy start to the day. As a parent of two kids in school, I learned very quickly that the mornings can be filled with chaos, yelling and stress. And as a result, it’s SO easy to just grab a quick … Read more

Classic Sausage & Peppers

As a native Long Island Italian girl, sausage & peppers was one of the things I watched my dad drool over as a kid. I never loved cooked peppers as a child, but when I began to cook myself, I created my own recipe and it is hands down, the best sausage and peppers you … Read more

Shaved yellow beets & fennel salad

I love trying new kinds of salads, but shaved fennel and yellow beets are my all time favorite and with a mandolin it takes less than 15 minutes to create. With this salad, I start with fennel and beets, but this salad is also great if you add other shaved root vegetables and some cucumber … Read more

Seared Bass with Brown Butter, Roasted Grapes & Capers

This dish uses the Searing Method. This seared bass dish will be done in 15 minutes and yet make you feel fancy and special while you eat it. The seared bass melts in your mouth, while the sweetness of the roasted grapes and the tangy earthy butter and caper make you want to dance. In … Read more

Velvety Leek & Potato Soup

Leek & Potato Soup is one of the most comforting soups for me. It’s velvety, warming & leaves me feeling really cozy. Oh – and it’s SO simple! With only 7 ingredients this Leek & Potato Soup it’s extremely affordable and it’s great in teaching folks how to build flavor. As with all Connected Chef … Read more

No Bake, Nut Free Granola Bars

These no bake, nut free Granola Bars are super easy and will last you forever – or at least until you eat them all! They are also PERFECT for making with your kiddos because you really can’t mess them up. As long as all the things stick together – you’re good to go! For more … Read more

Winter Squash Soup

Winter squash Soup

Getting a variety of Winter squash in the Fall months is my favorite! Winter squash keep outside the fridge for what seems like ever and are so great for adding some depth and warmth to any dish. This Winter squash soup is very simple and fast AND like so many of The Connected Chef recipes, … Read more