Whole wheat baking can sometimes turn out denser than its less healthy traditional counterparts. Dense pancakes are not okay. Pancakes should be light, airy, fluffy, magical discs of doughy goodness. These pancakes capture the best of both worlds. The goodness of whole wheat, but oh […]
As a former employee of a mega coffee company that started out in Seattle, I still think of fall as Pumpkin Spice Latte season. In Hawaii, we didn’t really have seasons, so I went by the seasonal beverages. You know, Pumpkin Spice in the fall, […]
I’ve had a few people ask what we do to save money on breakfast, since a lot of the recipes on Eating Richly are dinner recipes. I do have quite a few breakfast recipes on here as well, but Eric and I are really […]
I’ve been scanning pinterest in search of the perfect July 4th dessert recipe, but nothing jumped out as me as being that perfect combination of cute, yet kind of healthy, but still obviously dessert. I found all sorts of gorgeous red white and blue July […]
When I was a child, my number-one requested dinner was shells and cheese. I loved the day-glo yellow cheeselike product that smothered the tuna and peas my mother mixed in, her attempt to add some nutritional value. I found the little shell pasta perfectly shaped […]
Whether you have a special someone, children who love cute food, or just want to treat yourself this Valentine’s Day, these muffins are the perfect breakfast treat. I noticed that most of the Valentine’s Day breakfast recipes out there were typically sugary and full of […]
Our CSA started out small, mostly with leeks, swiss chard and lettuce greens. The very first week I made this frittata with the leeks and chard. It’s so simple and makes a light but satisfying lunch or pairs perfectly with a little salad for dinner. […]
This could quite possibly be my favorite way to preserve strawberries, in homemade ice cream! This custard based ice cream is oh so sweet with the dreamy taste of summer. The beautiful vibrant pink color? All natural baby!