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Butternut Squash Veggie Pizza

Is it Winter yet? Not really, right? OK good, because I’m still talking about Fall.

Fall and pizza.

Pizza and fall .

These are two of my most favorite things. Which is why this butternut squash topped veggie pizza represents the epitome of so much that I love dearly. Read More

Cheesy Baked Butternut Squash Casserole

This dish is what happens when Amateur Chef Katie wants to make a casserole without really knowing what makes a casserole, well… A casserole. Also, I had never even made a casserole in my life before attempting this one.

Maybe you’ve started to notice a pattern here. My cooking style quite often involves just winging it. I usually have a brief idea of what I want to do, but not much of a clue how to do it, so I just make it up as I go along. Sort of sounds like a recipe for disaster. A disgusting dish waiting to happen. But no, so far this method has not failed me. Read More

Vegan Coco-Nutty “French” Toast

vegan french toast

I really don’t have anything to say about this recipe besides, OH. MY. GOD! Party in my mouth!

One night I was scrolling through Instagram before bed, and briefly caught a glimpse of someone’s photo that mentioned making French Toast but replacing the eggs with coconut oil. Well, I went to sleep dreaming of baked breakfast goods, then gave the idea a shot when I woke up the next morning. I didn’t look up any recipes or second guess it for one second. I just heated some coconut oil in a pan, and the rest is history. Delicious, delicious history. Read More

How to Choose Running Shoes: Your Guide to Finding the Right Pair of Sneakers

Running: we all know that it’s awesome. Duh! But without the right pair of sneaks for your feet, it can quickly become very “not awesome” and wreck havoc on your poor little leg muscles. Just kidding, we all know that no runner has “little leg” muscles.

Anyway, what I’m trying to say is, having a good pair of running sneakers, that are a good fit for the unique shape of your feet, and that work well with the way that you run, is important for injury prevention and maintaining good form throughout your entire body while you run Read More

Hungry Running Recap: Playing the Pedestrian Game

I ran in Central Park again today.

I clocked 3 miles in about 27 minutes.

Generally speaking, consistently holding a 9:16 minute mile is pretty speedy for me. Especially since I was just going out for a leisurely run. But I’ll tell you how and why I ran this run so quickly. Read More

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