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Consume Yourself: Cauliflower Buffalo Wings

Recently, I gave up eating red meat and poultry. (For further reading on my decision to give up meat, see my other blog, Simply Jessica Kate.) In the world of food consumption, I now identify myself as a Pescatarian, or fish eater. I’m not big fan of red meat anyways so the transition has been … Continue reading

Consume Yourself: Buffalo Chicken Dip

  Last week, America celebrated its birthday on the 4th of July. It was a day filled with family, friends, fireworks, beer and of course, good food. My parents and I attended a star-spangled gathering in Ft. Lauderdale, where we feasted on assorted holiday fare, including my famous Buffalo Chicken Dip. This zesty mix of … Continue reading

Consume Yourself: Kerri’s Signature Mango Salsa

  It’s one of my favorite times of the year, mango season. In the summer, they’re easy to find and decently priced. And, if you’re lucky like I am, you could have a mother who provides you with a steady supply of these succulent and refreshing fruit. One of the perks of having such a … Continue reading

Consume Yourself: Tzatziki Sauce

  I’ve always been a fan of Tzatziki Sauce. There’s something about this cool, creamy mix of sour cream, cucumber, herbs and spices that gets my taste buds kicking. I’m also a fan of making foods I love a bit healthier. So I came up with my own version of Tzatziki Sauce that’s a little … Continue reading

Consume Yourself: Cream Cheese Clouds

  I hope everyone had a Happy Holiday! I know we did here at Consume Room! In keeping with the holiday spirit (even if the holidays are over), I wanted to share with you one of my family’s holiday staples. They’re called Cream Cheese Clouds and they’re festive and delicious! One year, my mom saw … Continue reading

Consume Yourself: Soy Dog Reuben Sliders

  In my last post, Consume Yourself: My 350 Calorie Turkey Reuben, I promised a recipe for a vegetarian version of the Reuben. Today I’m going to fulfill that promise. Since Kerri and Michelle are both vegetarians, they are always coming up with creative ways of turning non-vegetarian dishes into meatless ones. Their version of … Continue reading