Month: July 2013

Nutella Swirl Banana Muffins

With a family of runners, bananas never last long in my house. However, sometimes we will "accidentally" let the bananas over-ripen, and use the brown bananas to make banana bread […]

Berry Baked Oatmeal

Growing up with classic Quaker rolled oats as a staple in the Green household, oatmeal is one of my go-to breakfasts. I usually eat my oatmeal with a heavy-handed dash […]

Prosciutto with Melon

I first travelled to Italy with my mom the summer after my senior year of high school. In preparation for our trip, I highlighted the must-sees in our Rick Steves' […]

Sweet Potato Fries

Yeah, I could eat these everyday for the rest of my life and be happy. Sweet Potato Fries Serves 2-3 Ingredients: 1-2 large sweet potatoes Coarse sea salt Pepper Olive Oil Directions: 1.  Preheat the oven to 450 degrees […]

Chicken Fajita Bowls with Cilantro-Lime Rice and Avocado Crema

Despite all the jokes people make about British food, I never had a bad meal while living in London. I even became quite fond of 'mushy peas,' a classic English […]

Garlic and Lemon Kale Chips

Not only is my Great Aunt Mary one of my personal heroes, but she is one of my favorite dinner companions, as well. Even at ninety-six years old, Aunt Mary […]

Nutella Pretzel Brownies

If you’ve read the majority of my posts in my “Something Sweet” category, you may have realized that I am nuts for Nutella. Even an empty jar of Nutella is […]

Honey-Lime Shrimp

Whether cooking at home or ordering off a menu, shrimp are usually my go-to protein. Fresh or frozen, in a stir-fry or on a salad, shrimp are so easy to […]


During the second semester of my junior year at the University of Notre Dame, I studied abroad in London, England. I took full advantage of my time in Europe (and […]

Red Velvet Cupcakes

So the saying goes, ‘as American as red velvet cupcakes.’ Or something like that. This recipe resulted from a rainy Saturday spent watching my six-year old cousin. It was too cold […]

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