Here’s a recipe perfect for April – tax season. It’s inexpensive, and loaded with the vitamins and nutrients your body will require to increase your energy, so you can work harder and more efficiently to replenish your depleted bank count.
I was inspired by a recipe in the May edition of Runner’s World magazine, which featured stir-fries in their “Fuel” section, and was delighted the recipe takes only minutes to throw together. Caldo Verde, a Portuguese and Potato soup, is another recipe that comforts me when the tax man comes knocking on the door.
Changes to recipe: I cut the amount of chickpeas in half and increased the amount of spinach used, eliminated the lemon juice (the tomatoes lent enough acidity for my palate), added fresh cilantro and served the dish over quinoa (1 cup dry cooked in 1 1/4 cups liquid until tender).
Like a thunder of army boots marching into town, I dread the inevitable scourge of New Year’s insight promoting radical behavioral shifts sure to trample me next month. December offers us carte blanche; Eat, Drink and Be Merry. But January draws nigh, when some of us find ourselves hamsters on a double wheel of guilt trips, agonizing over the previous year’s excess of food and … Full recipe post »
Must pasta insist we default to basil and oregano when seasoning the accompanying sauce? Does Indian cuisine demand we pay homage to proteins with basmati rice, potatoes or Naan? Break free the chains! Particularly now since Al Dente’s latest line of Piccola Pastas have hit market shelves to switch things up. My last post, Pastazanella, was inspired by … Full recipe post »
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