5 Minute Pesto W/ Cashews

Our garden is overflowing. After nearly dying earlier this summer, some coffee grounds and a little fertilizer has taken our little raised garden to the next level and now we have basil coming out our ears. So, what else to make other than incredible home made pesto. This recipe takes 5 minutes and uses cashews…

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Cilbir, Turkish Yogurt With Poached Eggs

When it comes to breakfast, I’m a savory kinda girl. If it’s spicy, it’s even better. Am if I’m making it at home and it’s easy and delicious then it’s a home run. Enter, Cilbir. Cilbir is a Turkish savory yogurt mixed with crushed garlic, lemon zest, and black pepper. Adorn with chili oil and…

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Rhubarb Margarita + Simple Syrup Recipe

Let’s face it. It’s Friday, and we need a cocktail. Seasonal cocktail? EVEN BETTER. We at Roast’d & Toast’d love to featured seasonally available ingredients when we can and we are so stoked that rhubarb is back, babay! Yes, rhubarb is back and it’s one of my favorite spring time treats. It’s sweet, it’s bitter,…

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Brunch for Two; Shakshuka (Eggs in Hell)

Weekends are looking a little different these days. We, Max, Cora, and I, are currently hunkered down in our home. The sun is shining, the weather is sweet, and while we’d rather be moving our dancing feet, we’ve decided to keep true to the call of social distancing and will be staying put. Brunch is…

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Artichoke White Bean Basil Crostinis

Author: Emily Tidwell We all need a quick party starter. Something you can whip out of your back pocket for a last minute soiree or, if you live in my house, a weeknight snack while dinner is being made. That’s what I found with this quick and easy artichoke basil crostini. Not only quick, at…

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Your Guide to Seasonal Produce (Resources)

At Roast’d & Toast’d, we’ve made it part of our mission to showcase seasonal produce in delicious meals you can make at home. Purchasing seasonal fruits and veggies is not only budget friendly (in season produce is cheaper to produce and therefore often cheaper to buy) but also provides you with higher nutrient content and…

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Cauliflower: A Crowd Pleaser All on Its Own

Author: Oona Sapunor-Pfaff Cauliflower is one of those vegetables that often gets overlooked. I have memories of it being steamed alongside carrots and broccoli as a child, or cut up to eat as a cold snack, but back then its flavor matched its color. Bland. As I got older and started waitressing and bartending in…

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How to Get Your Kids (and Adult Friends) to Eat More Vegetables + Green Goddess Recipe

Author: Oona Sapunor-Pfaff Vegetables. I love them, some people hate them. But we can find a middle ground people. The holidays are often a time of overindulgence. Rich foods, sweet treats, and booze o’plenty. We love those things for a reason, they’re delicious. But I encourage you during this upcoming holiday season to break out…

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