Sesame Noodles

As the last heavy meal of the holidays braises in the oven (a Guinness Meat Pie for the small percentage of me that is Irish), I took the chance to make the simplest (and definitively lighter) sesame noodles for lunch this week. With school ramping up as we go full steam ahead into finals in…

Hummus

I never understood why really good hummus was so expensive in the grocery store.  The ingredients list was often quite minimal, yet the price tag occasionally ventured near the double digits for small batch stuff (i.e. the good stuff without any unnecessary additives). So I decided I’d make my own. And then I understood why…

Tahini Zoodles

When training starts to consume more and more of the day (whether that be an increase in hours spent actually training, or the corresponding increase in sleeping hours required), I am all about finding some go-to sauces that pair with most any base.  Be it drizzled on top of avocado toast (yes, I fully embrace this…

Carrot Soup with Crispy Chickpeas and Chicken Sausage

The cross country ski season takes up most of the soup loving months (October through March), and due to my intense travel and racing schedule I unfortunately miss this soup prime time.  Luckily April brings with it the occasional cool and rainy day, and I get to utilize my favorite (and most feared due to a…

Sesame Tahini Cookies

Thomas just headed out to Rapid City, South Dakota to begin his job as a trust advisor for the Concord Trust Company. I’m so proud of him, but also South Dakota is far away. This is a bummer for two reasons. One, he’s no longer just a 2 hour drive from Stratton. Two, he is…