Sriracha and Balsamic Glazed Brussels SproutsIt is fall and brussels sprouts are officially in season and I. Am. EXCITED! You can spin an easy brussels recipe a million ways. They are a versatile little vegetable and while they do tend to stink up your kitchen... Okay, okay fine... The whole house! I've found that roasting them mitigates some of this. So, in the Brossette household, that is the only prep for brussels. Roast or bust.Sweet Potato Hash with Thyme and Pumpkin SeedsWe've most definitely talked about sweet potatoes before. If you've been following us for a while, you know that we could quite possibly live on sweet potatoes alone. Oh. And chips and salsa. Mo would have to have meat somewhere in that mix - because, he's a manly man! Ha!Thai Chopped Salad with Chili ShrimpI can't lie people -- this Thai Chopped Salad with Chili Shrimp was amazing! It is a running joke in the Brossette household that we always have "a big salad" for dinner. I mean - I am probably the queen of salad - I like to make all kinds and spruce them up in different ways!Warm Kale and Spinach Salad with a Creamy Paleo Lemon DressingI'm a Nutritionist. And what that means is: I am supposed to be head over heels for KALE. All hale KALE. But... I'm not. I actually think it tastes a bit like a banana... And if you know me or follow me at all, you know that I loathe bananas. Always have. I'm sorry if I've now ruined the kale experience for you. Next time you eat it (hopefully this salad) you're probably going to think of bananas. But, perhaps that will be a great thing, because maybe you really like bananas. All I know is - while I really don't care for kale, I've learned that if I let it marinade in dressing for a bit or if I roast it and get it crispy, THEN I really enjoy it. Hence the birth of this salad. Well, and the fact that I am trying to incorporate more meatless dinners into our mix for Mo's sake. The man loves meat. A lot. And left to his own devices, would probably eat it at every meal in spite of believing whole-heartedly that there is no need for it at every meal. I, on the other hand, would eat meat once a week, if left to my own devices. I'm not opposed to it, I would just much rather have vegetables!Warm Shaved Brussels Sprouts SaladI am married to a carnivore. Any form of meat Mo can eat off of the bone and with his hands, he is grinning ear to ear! I, on the other hand, am the polar opposite! So, I decided to make something that would please us both!Zucchini “Pasta” Salad with Avocado Pesto and Roasted ChickenI. LOVE. PASTA. I'm Italian - well, 25% or something... Maybe I should do the ancestry.com thing? Regardless - my Italian grandmother cooked for me all the time, growing up - in fact, she is the reason I am a Nutritionist and because of her I practice Nutrition holistically.Zucchini Goat Cheese LasagnaIt's October and in Texas that means it's either going to continue on in 90 degree weather or, we just might have one of those special years where we get some chilly weather for Halloween. Always a toss up. We woke up this October morning to 57 degrees and rain! For Texas, this is essentially Christmas morning. It was glorious! Now all I want is a Pumpkin Spice Latte!