Patricia Conte has a background in marketing communications and works as an independent writer. In 2010, she was given the opportunity to combine her love of writing and food when she started as a contributing writer for the Food channel for SheKnows. As a result, today she spends much of her time divided between the kitchen and her office. Patricia is fortunate to also contribute to the Beauty, Health, and Home and Living channels for SheKnows. You can follow her on Twitter, or visit her food blog, Grab a Plate, where she shares her love of food, recipes and bites in between.
Ah, chocolate. It's hard to top this delightful sweet treat, so why not just improve on it? For a dessert that doesn't get much easier, check out these 3-ingredient chocolate dessert recipes. You'll want to work your way through the entire list. Maybe twice.Read Full Story
This dish has things covered on a Meatless Monday. Hearty and green Swiss chard combines perfectly with chickpeas and a creamy sauce (oh, but don't forget the crunchy topping) for a side dish or lighter main dish.Read Full Story
When you think of office meetings or weekend breakfasts, your mind might wander to the bagels often served rather than the task at hand. If you follow a gluten-free or paleo diet, bagels might not be on the menu as often as you'd like. This recipe offers a tasty option for you, made using cauliflower. Now, back to that meeting…Read Full Story
Embrace your distinctive qualities. You are unique, right? Someone might want to tell these pups that because they seem to be trying way too hard to look like something (or someone) else. Check out these cute pooches and their look-alikes. They will make you wonder if they were separated at birth.Read Full Story
Make any meal more fun with these vegan Thai sliders with spicy peanut slaw. They're great for a crowd, as a snack or as a light meal. These little burger gems are delightful, and it's easy to hold one in each hand.Read Full Story
This grilled cheese sandwich has more of a grown-up feel than the standard sandwich you might whip up on the fly. Arugula and roasted red peppers add a touch of sophistication, color and flavor to these open-faced beauties.Read Full Story
On a cold night, hot soup is a must. This soup is thick, creamy and loaded with veggies, including one you might not use every day: parsnips. Top off this flavorful soup with a pretty and cheesy Parmesan crisp.Read Full Story
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