Hello! It's almost April in Florida which means I get to wear short sleeves again. As we approach these post-retirement temperatures, staying hydrated is key. For the group of us that juice and sodas are too acidic for, and plain water gets bland after a while, I acknowledge us. Naturally, there is an easy solution … Continue reading Spring/Summer Beverage: Chia Water
You will need two very important ingredients for this recipe. Ginger and honey. That's it. See? We are starting this off easy. I'll be back soon with my ramen recipe that is much more involved.
Pancakes were made. Moments were cherished. And I still add a mountain of fruit onto any breakfast I have.
I'm sure you have heard of the Golden Milk or Golden Latte fad that has swept through the blogging world. For those of you who still aren't sure exactly what this is, I'll explain in laymen's terms: Golden milk is essentially a warm beverage with turmeric. What is turmeric???? I'm glad you asked. Turmeric is a … Continue reading Golden Milk
Let me start this off by formally apologizing to Dii! I be distracted and forget stuff, like this post I was supposed to finish months ago. I love you and thank you for waiting forever! Onward and upward, shall we? Balsamic vinaigrette 1/4 cup balsamic vinegar 1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil 1 garlic clove 1 … Continue reading Balsamic Vinaigrette
Don’t let people make “vegan” or “healthy” smoothies scary. I too enjoy my spirulina at times but a regular degular smoothie works too.
Black Bean Soup Black beans are an excellent legume. They're small, don't have a strong flavor and become heavenly with cumin. Seriously, cumin makes beans, tofu, and roasted mushrooms so much better than they already are. I'll explore the idea of fajitas + tofu at a later date. Fun fact: firm tofu was only $1.44 … Continue reading Black Bean Soup + Cilantro Rice
I recently took the plunge into trying tofu. I haven't mastered it but occasionally I impress myself. This time, I decided to fry some tofu since I've cooked it in the air fryer already. But what I didn't try yet was tofu coated in panko bread crumbs. You can imagine the heartbreak I felt when … Continue reading Teriyaki Tofu and Ginger Farro
I appreciate short and sweet food blog posts. Since I tend to expound on my thoughts via this blog on a regular basis, we are going to hop right into this mug of pure joy. Cool? Great! I couldn't decide which GIF to use so enjoy all three options! They all feel right for the … Continue reading Plant-Based (or not) Hot Chocolate
Greetings! Salutations! Wassup? Here is the recipe I used: Easy Chickpea & Potato Curry (Chana Aloo Curry) I made some modifications. Did you really expect anything different? Because I'm always changing something. I follow my heart, you should follow yours. Modifications: I used 4 garlic cloves, that is what my heart led me to and … Continue reading Chickpea & Potato Curry