yum yum yummmmm. okay, so i figured a couple things tonight: if you cook israeli couscous according to the package, and add a little water as it starts to dry out, kind of like you do with risotto? oh man, it makes this creamy starchy thing that is divine! here’s what i did: MEXI-ITALIAN ISRAELI COUSCOUS throw the israeli couscous in with the water and … Continue reading mexi-italian israeli couscous.
i cannot BELIEVE how amazingly fun this has been so far!!! sharon and susan campbell, you’ve got more granola coming your way!!! and no need to charge shipping and handling ~ i’m having too much fun to nickel and dime you! i just can’t believe how much everybody loves it! YIPPEEEEEE!!! i also discovered another really healthy option that is even more delicious ~ molasses … Continue reading first glorious week of PIXY’S GRANOLA.
let me explain. a few years ago, i had a catering biz. i made food for some high school choir directors who never had time to eat a healthy lunch. i made a week’s worth of food ~ all delivered to their schools at the beginning of the week. everything was as healthy, natural, and fulfilling as possible. it was SO MUCH FUN. a lot … Continue reading granola for sale.
what could possibly be better than french onion soup? with cheese melting over the top? french onion soup with mushrooms, AND thyme-parmesan croutons. that’s what! and it’s so easy. here’s how easy it is: caramelize 4 onions and a package of sliced mushrooms in 4 Tablespoons of butter, and 1 teaspoon of sugar mixed in. keep it on medium low and stir it occasionally. it … Continue reading french onion and mushroom soup with thyme-parmesan croutons.
this is it. the jackpot. after months of trying new recipes and making up my own, this is the one. it is so insanely wonderful. and good looking too! isn’t that pretty? here’s the recipe. make it as much as you possibly can. PIXY’S GRANOLA mix 2 cups oats with a bunch of your favorite raw nuts (i added sliced almonds, sunflower seeds, pepitas, chopped … Continue reading best granola EVER.
oh this is so refreshing and healthy, and pretty. and other good words that make a snow day bright. i don’t really get snow days ~ i’m self-employed. but i like to act like it! so today, i made pea and fennel soup ~ another delicious recipe from giada’s “feel good food” book. and i would add that recipe to this blog, but i’m starting … Continue reading lemony tabbouleh salad.
my mother and i are doing “NO SUGAR JANUARY”. wanna join us? it doesn’t have to be super strict: don’t worry if you have the occasional guest over and they bring apple pie (like our friends did last night). but we’re talking everyday, mindless sugaring. we’re off baked goods, refined sugar, artificial sweeteners, anything like that. allowed: honey, agave nectar, fruit, and for me, red … Continue reading frozen yogurt
it’s a new year, and i’m finally back in the kitchen!!! and to top it all off, i have a new camera!!! i’m about to test it out on some yummy-looking chicken and vegetables that are roasting in the oven. the smell is heavenly, but alas, i can only share pictures. oh yeah, i can also share the recipe! it’s a pretty common formula: chicken … Continue reading happy 2014!!!! (roasted chicken n’ veggies)