Summer Crumble. Nothing says summer to a Southerner more than fresh apple pie and a heaping scoop of creamy vanilla ice cream. So here’s my little twist on a Southern classic. An apple crumble made with an oat flour crust, deliciously tart Granny Smith apples and a sweet maple oat topping.
Your Style Resume. Summer time. AKA job hunting time. Well if you are looking for the secret to nailing those job interviews pause from looking in your resume folder and take a look in your closet.
Activista. I’m not going to lie, being an activist has never really been my thing. To be honest the word describes pretty much everyone in my family except me. But times of changed. Or have they?
New Year. New Eats. Celebrating the new year in my household means three things. Black-eyed peas, collard greens and ham. But this dish isn’t just a Cumberbatch thing, it’s a southern tradition. For southerners this delicious trio signifies a year full of good wealth and health.
Slicing into Thanksgiving. The plates have been licked one last time, the belts have been loosened, and the guests have settled comfortably into the couch. But don’t be fooled we all know this is just the halftime break, because the most important course is served after the leftovers have been put away. So give your … More Slicing into Thanksgiving
Fallin’ Into Winter. Everyone knows that peculiar time of year, the time where we just seem to be waiting, for fall to leave and winter to come. That annoying time where the weather man just can’t seem to make up his mind. But do not worry my fellow fashionistas because with a little bit of … More Fallin’ Into Winter
Spice Up Your Semester. Every study break needs a treat. So why not give yourself a treat fit for the season? Reward your taste buds with these quick and easy pumpkin muffins. With the extra heartiness of oats and the gooey sweetness of pumpkin spice chips this treat is perfect for any fall midterm break.