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Roasted Honey Sesame Brussels Sprouts

Brussels sprouts tossed in honey, sesame oil, and soy sauce then roasted. These roasted honey sesame Brussels sprouts are so delicious and great as a side. Roasted Honey Sesame Brussels Sprouts | Cooking with a Wallflower Happy Monday! I hope you had a great weekend! It was the last weekend of summer. Can you believe it? As much as I’ve going to miss all of the amazing summer produce, especially the berries and stone fruits, I am super excited about all the warm and cozy meals we’re about to share together in the fall. Roasted Honey Sesame Brussels Sprouts | Cooking with a Wallflower There’s something about fall meals that’s just so comforting. And it’s also my favorite time of year to cook and become inspired. There never seems to be enough time during the fall to share all the food I want to share! Trust me, I’m already thinking about Thanksgiving dinner. And um, Hallmark Christmas movies. Because for me, they go hand in hand. continue reading The post Roasted Honey Sesame Brussels Sprouts appeared first on Cooking with a Wallflower.

Spicy Thai Chili Tuna Poke Bowl

This post is sponsored by Bumble Bee® Seasoned Tuna Pouch with Spoon. Spicy Thai chili tuna served with rice, cucumber, avocado, edamame, and corn. This spicy Thai chili tuna poke bowl is delicious and perfect for a weeknight meal. Spicy Thai Chili Tuna Poke Bowl | Cooking with a Wallflower With summer coming to an end, and fall just around the corner, I feel like life has been so hectic lately. I’ve been going to bachelorette parties, bridal showers, birthday parties, weddings, and baby showers practically every weekend. It’s so much harder to find time to cook your meals when your schedule is super tight. So I like dishes that are simple to make with very little to prep. A big bonus if they’re healthy, too. Lately, I’ve been obsessed with poke bowls. Partly because they’re easy to make, partly because they’re customizable, and partly because it’s the perfect healthy meal for those days when you have no time to cook. continue reading The post Spicy Thai Chili Tuna Poke Bowl appeared first on Cooking with a Wallflower.

#6 Building long term relationships.

Simple. By being close to your customers/suppliers. How can I have a close relationship with my customers/suppliers? Why is this important? Simple again. Its like in life, how do you describe a friendship? Friends that can help each other anytime they need it, friends that are there in bad and in good times. Well, its… The post #6 Building long term relationships. appeared first on BayArt.

Tuscan Tomato Basil and Bread Soup

Ripe tomatoes cooked with basil and day old bread in a deliciously rustic late summer soup. This Tuscan Tomato Basil and Bread Soup is easy to make and perfect for a weeknight dinner.

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Happy Tuesday!

I hope you had a wonderful Labor Day weekend and that you were able to enjoy an extra day off.

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Peach Caprese Salad

Sweet peaches with heirloom tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, basil, and mozzarella cheese. This Peach Caprese Salad is a sweet summery twist to the classic we all love. Peach Caprese Salad | Cooking with a Wallflower Happy Sunday! I hope you’re having a great weekend! I can’t believe it’s raining again! I know I live in SF, and I know that our summer technically isn’t until September and October, but still! I was enjoying the nice warmish weather while it was here. And I am sooo not ready for the overcast skies and cold fog. But let’s talk about this peach caprese salad. It’s colorful, it’s fresh, and it’s soo deliciously flavorful. Peach Caprese Salad | Cooking with a Wallflower continue reading The post Peach Caprese Salad appeared first on Cooking with a Wallflower.

Peaches and Cream Steel Cut Oatmeal

Creamy steel cut oatmeal sweetened with fresh peaches and maple syrup. This peaches and cream steel cut oatmeal is delicious and perfect for breakfast. Peaches and Cream Steel Cut Oatmeal  | Cooking with a Wallflower Happy Sunday! The best part about summer is that I have an abundance of peaches and nectarines waiting to be eaten. I buy so many at the farmer’s market over the weekends. I feel they taste so much better than the ones from the supermarket. But sometimes I buy too many, and I can’t finish them in time, especially since I like my stone fruits firm rather than soft and ripe. Once it becomes ripe, it’s perfect for smoothies and recipes. Do you like your peaches and nectarines firm or soft? And while I’m asking anyway, do you prefer peaches or nectarines? Yellow or white? I love both. Peaches and Cream Steel Cut Oatmeal  | Cooking with a Wallflower But let’s talk about this peaches and cream steel cut oatmeal. continue reading The post Peaches and Cream Steel Cut Oatmeal appeared first on Cooking with a Wallflower.