• Herbed Baked Sweet Potato Fries (with garlic aioli)

    When I was younger, I was always told that sweet potatoes were unhealthy. The reason? Because they are sweet. I’m sorry, what? I could have doughnuts, and all sorts of things, but sweet potatoes were made on occasion. It was … Continue reading

  • Slow Cooker Chicken Thighs

    Another night, another chicken dinner. Chicken can get so boring sometimes, and I forget how to get creative, because it’s either stewed chicken in a broth, cutlets, or something that I end up not liking. Standing in my kitchen last … Continue reading

  • Brooklyn Eats: Nostro Ristorante

    Location: Greenwood Heights, Brooklyn Cuisine: Napoli-style Italian food; rustic feel; fresh pasta My husband and I got married in March of 2015. I am a teacher/special education coach and my husband is an accountant, therefore we don’t have many times … Continue reading

  • Creamy Garlic Parmesan Chicken and Rice

    Since the beginning of the year, I have tried to be incredibly resourceful when it comes to leftover items in the fridge. I know there are instances where this is hard to do as some condiments or produce go rancid … Continue reading

  • Power Banana Walnut Muffins

    *UPDATE: I tried them again and added in 1/4 cup avocado oil, 1 tbsp maple syrup, and swapped cane sugar for coconut sugar and they came out insanely moist and delicious!! *Am I the only one who has one option … Continue reading

  • “Brussels and Broc”

    Peanut butter and jelly. Spaghetti and meatballs. Chicken and waffles. Classic and delicious combinations. I love a classic grilled cheese and tomato soup, but as I am on my reset (week three hollaa!), no bread for moi. However, I am … Continue reading

  • Pan Seared Herb Chicken

    Chicken, it’s what’s for dinner. I have to be very honest, chicken can be so boring and mundane, especially when it’s chicken breast. It dries out very easily, due to it being lean and low-fat. It can also be chewy … Continue reading

  • Cauliflower “Fried” Rice

    Bienvenidos semana tres de Reset. For those who are confused, I did not move to Spain. I am currently approaching week THREE of my reset and am super excited to see subtle changes to my body as well as my … Continue reading

  • Seared Grass Fed Sirloin

    Ahhh, steak. The creme de la creme when you think of a “fancy” meal. There are plenty of nights where I crave a fatty cut of steak or a bolognese (in fact, I have a bolognese recipe… here), and I … Continue reading

  • Brown Rice Ramen with Sesame Spinach and Bok Choy

    If you live in the Northeast, you can attest to how cold it has been recently, and will only get colder this weekend. While I love the idea of falling snow: a blanket of untouched, white glistening flakes of snow, … Continue reading

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Hi!  Welcome to Nomaste Hungry: a blog about a love of food and deep passion for cooking.  Here you’ll find all sorts of recipes from Shepherd’s Pie to traditional Bolognese, along with some blogs about my favorite local (and not so local) restaurants.  Photos are strictly iPhone XS Max, nothing super fancy, but are hands down delicious. Working on that flay lay tho 😎

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In gratitude,

Morgan