It’s Sunday, the end of the week, and my fridge is a scrapbook of memories from last week’s meals. It’s time to rustle up up those little miscellaneous baggies of vegetables and cheese, and make room for next week’s savory scraps! I’ll sauté the veggies with beaten eggs, grated cheese and herbs, then wrap the scramble in flatbread.
This is an economical and savory way to get vegetables, protein and grains into a quick meal, whether it be breakfast, lunch or dinner. My leftovers were bell pepper stem tops, kale, white cheddar and fresh basil, so these dictated the wrap. Let your leftovers tell you what to make for the next meal: Cooking with them creatively often delivers the tastiest dish in town!
My step-son’s wedding was last weekend, so my daughter, Greta, came in from Chicago and stayed at our place for the two-day festivities. Having been out-of-town all week, I never had a minute prior to her arrival to make her favorite meals and treats. I wasn’t about to go grocery shopping after she arrived, so … Full recipe post »
Let’s talk hash. Not trash hash ordered from sticky laminated menus found in diners off strung-together highways. There’s certainly the exception, but that hash often consists of whatever leftover diced meat needs using up (think corned and roast beef) combined with diced potatoes (could have been frozen) and lots of grease. Oh yes, lots of … Full recipe post »
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