Hi everyone!! I hope you had a nice week! I’m in the end of semester push right now (a.k.a. high anxiety and high stress only made worse by being around other law students!!). I’m hoping to continue posting through the end of the semester and exam period, but no promises. If things go radio silent, you’ll know why and hopefully I’ll be back around Christmas!
But anyway let’s think about other things like food!!
Congratulations on surviving your first week to everyone who headed back to school and work this week! Getting back into the swing of things and adjusting to new schedules can be hard, but I have faith that we’ll all adapt! This week was super busy for me, mostly trying to figure out how to balance working full days on Monday and Wednesday with school work. I had planned on making something more elaborate for you guys, but instead I’m sharing what I like to call a “nothing in the fridge” easy weeknight meal.
Filed under breakfast, cooking, dinner, easy, eggs, frittata, main course, meatless main, quick, recipe, summer squash, vegetarian, yellow onion
Hi guys! I hope you had another fantastic week! I don’t know about you, but this week flew by for me. Slow down summer!!!
I have a new vegetarian entrée for you today!!
Filed under asian, cooking, dinner, easy, healthy, main course, meatless main, quick, recipe, rice, stirfry, tofu, vegetarian
Hi everyone!! I have a recipe for one of my favorite summertime meals to share with you today! On the menu is….
Filed under appetizer, bell pepper, dinner, easy, food, healthy, lightened up, main course, meatless main, recipe, side, soup, vegetable, vegetarian
Hi guys! I have a new recipe for you today! This past year I found myself sticking to some of my old favorites like broiled pork chops, blackened tilapia, roasted veggies, turkey burgers, and crock pot pulled chicken and pork. I did find some new favorites though and this recipe is one of them!
Filed under cooking, dinner, easy, healthy, Italian, lightened up, main course, meatless main, parmesan, pasta, quick, recipe, vegetable, vegetarian
I like to try to have at least one meatless meal a week, and I usually substitute beans, quinoa, or tofu for that meat component. Chris will do the beans and quinoa without complaint, but tofu is a slightly different story. Although he will eat it, he likes to have it disguised. I discovered the best way to disguise it was to cut it up into small pieces, and then to stir fry it in homemade teriyaki sauce. My result? No leftovers :).
Filed under broccoli, cooking, dinner, easy, food, healthy, main course, meatless main, quick, recipe, vegetable, vegetarian
Oh man, these were de.li.cious. My Southwestern Stuffed Peppers come together quickly, and are pretty healthy!! They are vegetarian to boot, you won’t even miss the meat!