- Square of deli ham with Triscuits on the side
- Orange Pepper Strips
- Orange Segments
- Orange Creamsicle Yogurt
Dinner meals are getting harder and harder for me to share lately. I’ve gone back to just whipping things up without really measuring anything (this meal was going to be one of those until I realized I still had enough light to take some photos.) I’ve also instituted a few brainless meal nights during the week to save my sanity.
Three years ago I posted a video called “Makin’ Hard Boiled Eggs” where I shared my system for, well… making hard boiled eggs. Genius name, I know. I’m smart like that.
Anyway, since then I’ve gotten tons of feedback and comments thanking me but all the information is locked in a long winded 10 minute video so I don’t link to it often.
Today I’m here to remedy that and share the written version for quick reference. Read the rest of this post
Yup. You read that correctly. BEET as in those red vegetables that stain your fingers pink.
Honestly, I have no idea what possessed me to make this. I don’t particularly like beets. I mean I like them, but I don’t looove them.
Two summers ago I made them for the family a few times because they were part of our share from the CSA… Read the rest of this post
Yesterday I decided to rediscover simple foods.
Part of my cooking slump has to do with over thinking. So I did what I used to do, simply react to what I have on hand.
This is what I came up with…
I feel like I’ve been in a kitchen slump lately. I’m just not motivated at the moment to whip up meals for the family or even little things for myself.
I think balancing the tastes and whims of a picky husband, a 6 year old, the baby (who now eats what we are eating for the most part) and myself, has sucked all my creative juices dry. I want healthy, Husband wants junk, Little Guy for the most part is game if everything is separate and the baby needs easy to pick up, non-messy, finger food options. Read the rest of this post
It’s true. Sometimes I feed my baby things I’d never eat and, well, actually find gross. This is one of them, but when you look at from a growing baby nutritional standpoint I’m totally justified. At least I think am.
According to NutritionData.com, 1 large egg yolk has just over 50 calories, 5 g of fat and 3 g of protein. It’s also a good source of Folate and Vitamin B12. Mix one in with a sweet banana and a dollop of yogurt and you’ve got yourself a nice little meal for baby. Will he eat it? Find out in our next Baby Food Adventure…. Read the rest of this post
What’s the saying?
“A face only a mother could love?”
Well, this may be a dish only “the cook” can love.
I whipped this up on a whim a couple of days ago. I really didn’t know where I was going with it. I just wanted a big bowl of warm goodness and that’s what I got.