This is a low carb option to traditional twice baked stuffed potatoes, using mashed cauliflower instead. It’s a great Thanksgiving day side as well!

My mind is completely focused on Thanksgiving lately and this is one of my latest ideas. I feel a little bad for Thanksgiving. It seems to get less and less attention every year. People decorate their houses for Halloween and the minute that is over, holiday lights and decorated Christmas trees come out. What happened to the Thanksgiving decorations? Where’s the Thanksgiving Starbucks cup?


Addison is often regarded as the fanciest restaurant in San Diego. While we’ve dined at some of the finest restaurants in various cities we’ve visited, we never dined at Addison until now.

Part of the reason is that I was afraid I’d be disappointed. While I love the diverse restaurant scene in San Diego, it tends to be a more casual dining environment. However, after several of our friends recommended Addison to us, we finally went to check it out.

From the moment our car arrived on the premises, the service was flawless. Every staff member we passed by greeted us warmly, the servers were always quietly watching, seats were pulled out for us when we returned from the restroom, and our car was ready at the valet once we exited the restaurant. We really felt transported to another place and at times it was hard to remember we were still in San Diego.

We started our night with some premium cocktails. I didn’t write down the names but both were excellent.

This single serving molten Nutella lava mug cake couldn’t be easier. The recipe is just four ingredients and is eggless. Hopefully you will love me and not hate me for this one.

I love molten chocolate cakes. For me, my ideal lava cake has a very light, delicate cake shell, with a hot, molten, liquid center.  This is exactly how this cake turns out. And it’s Nutella flavored, which just makes it even more amazing.