Honey Balsamic Shredded Chicken Sandwiches

Slow cookers aren't just for winter soups: Pull that baby out to use in the summer months, too! You can make the tangy, honey-balsamic sauce in less than 30 minutes, then throw everything in the cooker for a painless, easy dish. ...more

Gluten-Free Vegetable Quiche with Cashew Herb Crust

It may already feel like summer, but we have a couple more of weeks of late spring before the seasons officially change, which means you still have time to make this lovely Spring Vegetable Quiche with Cashew Herb Crust from Dishing Up the Dirt ...more

Whole Grain Rye, Spelt and Berry Scones

I've been reminiscing about last year's berry season in the country, so I did some berry scone baking on Sunday to crush my craving. At first bite, I knew I had to share the recipe on the double. Food blogs were made for sharing recipes like this ...more

What I Learned From My Whole30 Experiment

When I first heard about Whole30, I thought it was crazy and quickly dismissed it as something I would never try. It requires 100% compliance 100% of the time, and there are way too many restrictions: no dairy, no grains, no sugar, no soy, no legumes ...more

This Gazpacho Reminds Me of the Day I Discovered Spanish Food

The first time I ate gazpacho was one of these authentically untraditional (rather unusual and un-Spanish, too) experiences. It wasn't that the gazpacho tasted untraditional (or unusual or un-Spanish). But where I found it—and the spot where I sat ...more

My Favorite Zoodles: Mediterranean Zucchini Noodles

Have you gotten on the zucchini noodles bandwagon yet? I admit I was kind of a late adopter of zucchini noodles (also called zoodles), but now I'm really smitten with them. I keep thinking up new ways to jazz them up with interesting toppings. ...more

White Bean Turkey Meatballs

Some will say you can only get this from adding milk and breadcrumbs, then simmering the meatballs in sauce for hours. Of course they're good that way, but there are healthier options that taste just as good as—if not better than—the traditional recipes. ...more

The Time I Set Bill Clinton's Table On Fire

One afternoon in 2005, I was browsing for freelance gigs on Craigslist when one caught my attention. "EXPERIENCED CATER WAITERS AND EVENT STAFF WANTED. MUST BE OVER 21 AND OWN FULL TUXEDO." Well I wasn't experienced and had no tuxedo, but I was 21. At that time, the thought of making $18 per hour made me want to pass out with excitement. I quickly started to make mental lists of all the things I could afford to buy with that kind of money. Non-generic groceries, prescriptions, OPI nail polish.... ...more

Best of June - Recipes in Review

One of the most frequent requests I receive is for recipes.  Ones that will satisfy while remaining appealing and delicious.  As I've noted before, I'm certainly not a recipe developer (though maybe one day!), but I do love being a resource to connect others with great recipes and the exceptional developers behind those tasty bites!With that goal in mind, I'm beginning a monthly series of Recipes in Review, where I will share my hubby and my favorite creations from the month for you to try as well.  So...here we go!...more

A Cheat Treat Of Teochew Style Braised Meat, Chicken Liver and Egg

I love eating completely braised eggs where the sauce gets right through and all around them. I always feel cheated whenever I buy a superficially braised or Chinese Tea egg where the outside looks perfectly browned and the inside tastes all bland and  makes you go ‘bleah’. I call that outright deprivation....more

3 Ingredient Banana Pancakes

3 Ingredient Banana Pancakes...more

Summer Treat Sales--End Soon so HURRY!

With the launch of our new website, and a few bugs we've had to figure out, I haven't had much time to cook, let alone blog ;) Sorry about that! However, for those of you in Utah, who have time to run and do some grocery shopping tomorrow, here are some great summer deals for you to stock up on! My kids have LOVED the endless supply of popsicles in our freezer ....more

Light Summer Meal Ideas

I am taking a week off to spend time with my kids, family, and friends. I can’t wait to relax and enjoy the warm weather with my favorite people. ‘ll be posting round-ups each day this week and I’ll be back to posting new recipes next week ....more

Recipe: Crustless Broccoli Quiche

An easy and delicious crustless quiche that is perfect for a week’s worth of breakfast. If you’re a regular reader, you know I’m a fan of grab-and-go breakfasts, because our mornings (like yours, I’m sure), can be a little chaotic. And if making breakfast ahead for the week means we get a few extra minutes of sleep in the morning … well, sign me up ....more

Reese's Pieces Cookie Dough Chocolate Ice Cream

I am so excited for the 4th of July this weekend....more

Saucy Saturdays Is Here!

I am starting off this week in Phoenix, Arizona with some exciting news! ...more

Red Velvet Fourth Cookies

I decided to have a theme for this week on my food blog, Never A Dull Bite. Since it's the week leading up to 4th of July the theme is: Red, White, And Blue Cookie week! This red velvet cookie is the first up for the week. I love anything red velvet. These cookies are one of my faves to make and eat! A decadent red velvet cookie with white chocolate chips and appropriately dressed for the 4th of July. Recipe at: http://www.neveradullbite.com/2015/06/29/red-velvet-fourth-cookies/...more