Thai Turkey Meatballs with Spiralized Cucumber Salad is my official meal of Spring. It’s filled with light, refreshing, good for you ingredients that will keep you full and happy without weighing you down. This post may contain affiliate links. That means if you click through and purchase through the link, I may receive a small
Whether you are looking for a quick and easy weeknight meal or a fun, flavorful party appetizer these Thai Chicken Fingers are just the ticket. They are coated in crispy panko breadcrumbs, coconut flakes and sesame seeds fried to perfection and dunked in a rich, sweet and spicy peanut sauce for the ultimate chicken finger
Noah is turning 6 on Tuesday. SIX people! I’m not really sure how it happened but alas, it’s here. His birthday party is this weekend and I’ve finally learned the art of celebrating anywhere but my house and I’m pretty excited about it. That means my house only has to be “family clean” not “company
Pad See Ew is one of my favorite dishes to order when we go to a Thai restaurant and I don’t know what took me so long to try it at home. It makes me really happy I made the resolution to cook new cuisines and go a bit outside my normal routine. Who knows
Last week I shared my new addiction, Thai Iced Coffee and this week I decided to bring a Thai main dish that is a new favorite around here. This Pineapple Shrimp Fried Rice is so simple to put together and tastes even better than takeout. And everyone in my family enjoyed it which is a miracle
Hi, my name is Meg and I’m addicted to iced coffee. Even when it’s 10 degrees outside. And this Thai Iced Coffee now officially owns me. I’ve only been drinking coffee for about a year now but I wonder daily why it took me so long. Well, I know why. I never liked the taste and
We’ve been trying to budget around here, which is totally not fun. But after several issues with our current house which were not disclosed when we purchased it, we’re getting really fed up. The winter brings frozen pipes leading to our washer…not good when you have two very messy children and do laundry every day.
A whole wheat crust is slathered with a slightly spicy peanut sauce then topped with shredded chicken, a sprinkling of mozzarella cheese and baked to golden perfection. When it’s removed from the oven it’s topped with fresh cilantro, thinly slice carrot (I used a peeler) and peanuts for a little crunch. Are you drooling yet?
Joel and I love Pad Thai but for some reason it’s something that I have never attempted to make at home. I love cooking Asian food and do probably once a week so naturally this has been in the back of my mind to whip up. I think it just seemed intimidating but turns out