It’s getting cold! My mother’s first call for immunity boosting has always been garlic. I packed heaps into this savoury, creamy spinach soup. Just make sure you don’t have to be anywhere after eating it! 🙄🙄🙄
Is there anything better than the smell of freshly made straight-out-of-the-oven bread? 😍😍... actually I can think of a few things but that’s beside the point. 🤔
Made these ginormous buns thinking my patties were going to be that big - guess i forgot that meat shrinks A LOT once it’s cooked 🤦🏼♀️
Ah well. They tasted great nonetheless!! 😋🍞
Happy Friday! And a safe weekend ♥️ #nodairynocry
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🍜 Ramen 🍜 •
Food: 3.5| Experience: 4.0
What We Ate: spicy pork Ramen
Total Price: 15
Comments: I am not a fan of ramen but my favourite ramen place is Kinton. I like the spicy pork ramen with seaweed, corn and a salty egg. The environment was really cozy, waiters were speaking in Japanese when clients enter and leave. The down side is that you have to wait a while because it’s pretty crowded.
Made potstickers for the first time ever. Turns out they’re actually pretty easy to make, but the crimping of the dumpling is so time consuming.
This is a vegan potsticker wit a mushroom cabbage filing, with kale, ginger, and grated carrot. I sautéed the filling in a wok and then made the dumplings (they cook better when you freeze them beforehand). However, I did leave them in the pan for like a minute too long and some of them got too dark. I have a ton leftover so holler.
If I had known that homemade quinoa could taste so good and was so easy to make I would have started making it a long time ago.
I feel like I say this about a lot of recipes on my blog - think Acorn Squash Bowls (just search Acorn Squash on my blog for the recipe!)
I’m putting the final touches on this quinoa recipes to add to your repertoire!
And also loving the optical illusion created with how the background interacts with the clear bowl. Too cool!
Know your ingredients, know your costs!
If you live in San Luis Obispo, you know one of the highlights of the week is the Thursday night @downtownslofarmersmarket; a place where the community comes together over good food and even better company. Many of these foods pictured from last night’s finds have health benefits specifically for kidney function, which is so freakin’ cool! For example, cabbage is full of vitamin K, C, and fiber, yet low in potassium, so it’s a great addition to a kidney healthy diet. // #eattherainbow#anyamcinroyphotography
We made it to Friday!! And man, am I happy about it - it was a longggg week! But about these cookies 👆🏼 I won't lie to you... sometimes you make a recipe and it is NO good.
That was the case with these mini grain-free chocolate chips cookies 😭 They're made with chickpeas and while I have had really delicious baked goods made with chickpeas before, these were not those. I won't say where I got the recipe from 😝 but I'm determined to see if I can make it better! The batter actually tasted decent but once they were cooked... they were 👎🏼🤢👎🏼
Figured I’d snap a pic though since they were still pretty & now you can see that not everything works out!
#ad This Spicy Sweet Mango Chicken Veggie Skillet Saute hit ALL the spots! The flavors of sweet mango, lightly caramelized onions, garlic, ginger, crispy carrots and bell peppers and spicy jalapeno really came through with Armour Premium All-Natural Lard which you can find at @walmart! Find the recipe at @savoryspin!
Punjabi Dal Fry, with Masoor Dal (Red Lentils), Tomatoes, Broccoli, & Cauliflower. Recipe from @veganricha , and made in the Instant Pot (not sponsored 😉). The tomatoes were leftover from a can, and the broccoli and cauliflower were frozen and defrosted, before I added them. Everything went together in the IP, which I set to cook extra (longer than the recipe) (to make sure the lentils were very well-cooked). The end result would have fit nicely into a 7-cup container, but I also put some in 2 smaller containers for the freezer. Instead of adding lemon juice directly, I squeezed fresh lemon juice over the portion of dal I was eating. This dal was good with toast (including as a sandwich), as well as over cooked potatoes. Yummy! 😎