My, my, my…it has been a minute! Hello, friends! I’ve missed you. I really haven’t had all that much to report. No yummy cooking, and definitely no healthy yummy cooking to speak of. But friends, that’s all about to change. I’ve been watching this amazing show on Netflix ~ Jamie Oliver’s “Quick and Easy” or “Five Ingredients” ~ or something like that. I can’t remember … Continue reading Chicken and Mushroom Pasta w/Broccoli.
It’s our last Sunday night before our rehearsals begin again. And then we won’t have a single free Sunday evening until the middle of May. So we wanted to celebrate. And also celebrate making it through another weekend on the Whole 30!!!! Yahoo! Here’s what we made tonight: GRILLED STEAK W/CARAMELIZED MUSHROOMS AND ONIONS You know, a really nice steak can be split in half … Continue reading Surf & Turf.
i don’t mean to be a jerk, but i had truffle eggs at a great restaurant here in kansas city, and they were way too expensive ~ and NOT GOOD. so what’s so hard about making truffle eggs? i just made them this morning and they were so flavorful and so easy. truffle eggs are simply scrambled eggs with either shaved truffles (way too expensive), … Continue reading truffle eggs.
this is it, folks. this is the most genius thing i’ve ever done. aside from marrying a younger man, that is. or ending my gym membership. okay, TELL me you haven’t already invented the quick risotto. have you? am i the last to know? this is seriously amazing. and you can make it SOOOO much more healthy by using wild, sprouted, even black rice! okay … Continue reading hump day risotto.
Hello. My name is Pixy. I am addicted to my own chili recipe. (Hi, Pixy.) I guess I should clarify before you think I’m too terribly arrogant – this recipe started with Rachael Ray’s Black Bean Chili Stoup recipe (soup and stew put together) but I’ve tweaked and renamed it and hugged it and squeezed it and called it my very own. How many years … Continue reading chili – no meat necessary.
it may seem like a weird thing to love, but i love sauerkraut. i also love pickles and all pickled vegetables. i love the salty brine, the hit of sour, and the crunch. and pickled vegetables love me back! research shows that if you can get in a cup of fermented vegetables every day, your gut will thank you. well here’s a soup that’s packed … Continue reading bavarian mushroom stew.
this isn’t even a recipe, it’s so easy. it’s not very often that you come across an entire meal with only four ingredients…that’s good for you, anyway. sure ~ hamburger, bun, french fries. but this is light, delicious fish with veggies! remember the baked fish i had at the amish restaurant my mother and i went to? well, this is my version! drop a fresh … Continue reading baked italian fish.
have you heard of shirataki noodles? AKA miracle noodles? they come in a clear bag filled with liquid, and they look like japanese rice noodles. they’re 10 calories a serving! and they’re low carb, gluten-free, and so quick to prepare. i found these miracle noodles in the natural foods section of hy-vee, and they were refrigerated. next to the tofu. but i’ve also seen them … Continue reading miracle mushroom noodles.