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!
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.
I have a little confession to make. I’m on a little 30-day Keto reset, and it is GLORIOUS!!! (I just sang that in my best Hallelujah Chorus voice) Don’t worry ~ I’m not going to try to convince you to do it too! I’m just going to keep on providing recipes made with whole foods like I normally do ~ that’s all! I have “Keto-dapted” … Continue reading Golden Turmeric Chicken Soup.
WAIT! Don’t leave just because I used the word KETO! This is such a great way to get your veggies in, no matter what religion you worship ~ vegan, vegetarian, paleo, keto, or cookie monster! I am quite ecumenical ~ I’m a lover and believer in all of those disciplines. Whatever makes you feel amazing. But this month, I’m doing a 30-day keto reset and … Continue reading Keto Stir Fry.
Does the name of this dish scare you just a little? I hope not. Let’s put it this way ~ do you like ground meat mixed up with asian spices? Do you like stir-fry, with rice and onions? How about lettuce wraps? Or an asian version of sloppy joes? The only thing that is somewhat weird about this dish, actually, is the sauce. You have … Continue reading Thai Laab.
I have two great ~ I mean GREAT ~ mothers. My real mother (Hi Mom!) and the mother I inherited when I married the Giant Scandinavian (who is currently my hero because he has somehow figured out how to teach CHOIR from home). And both of my mothers have brightened up my life, this past week, with their amazing recipes. I recently purchased a recipe-organizing … Continue reading Two delicious summer salads.
Remember that salad with the sweet dressing and the crunchy ramen noodles? IT’S STILL SO GOOD, Y’ALL. And since I’ve lost all my income, I’ve taken a serious liking to things that cost very little money ~ like Ramen. But I always have loved this recipe. Here’s a slightly tweaked version of this classic… Can you even see around that stage hog avocado? CRUNCHY RAMEN … Continue reading Crunchy Ramen Salad.
Do you know what Bulgogi is? It’s some kind of Korean beef stew magic from heaven. It’s insanely good, and quite possibly my new recipe for beef stew or roast beef. Not that I make those things all that often. Actually, I’ve only made roast beef once or twice in my life. It also reminds me of the richness of Boeuf Bourguignon, but let … Continue reading Bulgogi.
If you love collard greens, keep reading. If you love kimchi, keep reading. If you think you don’t like either, you might need to try them together. I absolutely love both dishes, but I didn’t always. The first time I tried kimchi was on a plane to Seoul, South Korea. The most beautiful flight attendant I had ever seen, came up to me and said, “American meal, … Continue reading Collards and Kimchi.
I love savory foods for breakfast. Preferably accompanied by a cinnamon roll. HA! This savory egg dish is really satisfying, with spicy Asian flavors, crunchy sesame seeds, and loaded with protein. SPICY SCRAMBLED EGGS AND TEMPEH. Ingredients: all you need are eggs, tempeh, toasted sesame oil, some other kind of oil or butter, sesame seeds, and your favorite spice mix. I’m using a wok these … Continue reading spicy scrambled eggs and tempeh.