I’ve been asked to write a little bit about flour, and what I know about substitutes at this point. I won’t use the real name of the friend who asked me to do this ~ let’s call her Toni. (That’s her real name…ha ha haaaaa) I’ve tried a lot of flour substitutes in the past 10 years, in a never-ending search for foods that don’t … Continue reading Flour.
This is an absolute keeper! It’s our new go-to meal, and the leftovers are even more delicious. If you chop up all your veggies and keep them separate in the fridge, you can make this dish over and over when you need a quick lunch. Or you can change it up and turn it into a salad. Just heat up and pour over fresh spinach. … Continue reading egg roll in a bowl!
No noodles needed… If you’re desperate for noodles, though, don’t forget about spiralized zucchini or sweet potato. Or add noodles! I judge not, lest I be judged! This soup starts with a whole chicken, but you can use pieces if you’d like. We’re making the broth and all, folks. So this is a great recipe for a Saturday morning, when you want your house to … Continue reading Healing Chicken Soup.
Somehow I’ve managed to wake up with a cold. Seems impossible, since I’ve completely isolated myself to avoid the ‘Rona, but alas… No one, I repeat, NO ONE, can get rid of a cold faster than a singer. Most vocations don’t rely on the body to be perfectly healthy, in order to receive a paycheck at the end of the day. It’s hard to put … Continue reading Cold Remedies from a Singer.
THESE. These are theeeee crackers of your dreams. Need crackers but wanna stay away from the carbs or preservative-filled box food? Or maybe you just need a really good cracker and you don’t care what’s in it! I got your cracker right here. Look no further. I can’t. I don’t even know what to say. It’s the best cracker I’ve ever had. BTW ~ look … Continue reading Fancy Crackers.
Please Pho-give me, my beautiful Vietnamese friends. I clearly have a pun problem. I’m in therapy Pho it. Let’s just move on. If you’ve ever watched someone serve Vietnamese Pho, there’s this really cool technique they use. It’s a trick that allows the veggies to stay crunchy, and gives a super fresh flavor to everything. It’s really easy to get dinner on the table too. … Continue reading Pho-getting 2020.
Got inflammation? “Got inflammation” is the “Got milk” of the 2000’s, ain’t it though? I like to use hillbilly words like “ain’t” every once in a while. I do it solely for my English teacher sister, juuuuussst in case she decides to read this post. HA HA HA This lemon drink is not only delicious, but it really does help with inflammation. And if you … Continue reading Alkaline Lemon Drink.
When I was young, my mom always made sure we used the nice dishes on certain random nights of the week, and definitely on Sundays. There were these little tiny “grape juice goblets” that I now know are for sherry, or some kind of cordial. I loved all these things, and I still do. Drinking healthy feels quite limited, doesn’t it? Let’s see, there’s water, … Continue reading Celebrate Every Single Day.
Folks, I really couldn’t find a flattering angle for these absolutely delicious stuffed peppers. Dull and lackluster, I’m afraid. But do you promise that you’ll trust me and just try this easy and incredible dish anyway? The flavor is anything but dull ~ I swear. All you need is tuna, peppers, some kind of soft cheese, fresh spinach, and hot sauce! It’s not even worth … Continue reading Tuna Stuffed Peppers.
OMG. Tuna lovers, gather ‘round. This is the tastiest darn tuna recipe I’ve ever made. And I’ve made a lot of tuna recipes. But this is the best. I definitely want to remember this one. If you’re trying to get more dark leafy greens in ~ this is a great way to do it. And it’s so pretty! Just look! When you think about proportions, … Continue reading Tuna Salad Lettuce Wraps.