Soba Noodles with Kale and Walnuts A deliciously quick meal. Oprah.com. Cara Eisenpress and Phoebe Lapine, authors of In the Small Kitchen (William Morrow). www.biggirlssmallkitchen.com https://phoebelapine.com/ 2 cups chopped kale8 ounce soba noodles2 tsp oil1 lge handful walnuts1 pinch salt1 pinch cayenne peppergrated parmesan Bring both a small and a large pot of salted water to boil.Add 2 cups chopped kale to the small one and cook until tender, about 5 ... Read More about Soba Noodles with Kale and Walnuts
Easy Overnight Oats This is the easiest on the go breakfast I know. Delicious and satisfying. 1/2 cup rolled oats (not instant)1 cup almond milk1 tbsp chia seeds2 tbsp maple syrup1/4 tsp cinnamon1/2 cup fresh or frozen berries Combine all ingredients, excepting the berries, into a bowl or mason jar. Cover and refrigerate overnight. Enjoy cold in the morning. Top with the berries and devour. That's it, all you have to do now is enjoy. You can substitute any milk, ... Read More about Easy Over-Night Oats
Left Over Chicken A recipe for the left over roast chicken you have. Left over Chicken choppedOlive OilWhat ever vegetables you have handyMoroccan SpiceWaterRice Start cooking the rice - or if you have left-over rice is even better.Heat the oil in a pan, and add the vegetables. Stir fry for a while and add splash of water as needed.Add the chicken and spice to the pan and continue to stir fry until thoroughly heated and the vegetables are soft. You can add any ... Read More about Left-Over Stir Fry Chicken
Impromptu Sunday afternoons, you’ve got to love them. My Sis txt that we could meet for Sunday lunch at a nearby beach. She had been away, and we hadn’t met up for a couple of weeks, I was up for it in a flash. So.. we met there, and had the best afternoon ever. A delicious seafood lunch, finishing off with an ice cream and a walk along the jetty. when I headed out to meet Sis, and, I was in the frame of mind that we would meet up with no problems. We had no firm plans of where to ... Read More about Lunch at the Beach
We are all on a Budget. I've got to tell you, that after a visit to the supermarket, my purse is feeling quite significantly lighter now days. So, how can we reduce our weekly grocery spending? Here are a couple of tips that may seem obvious, but are oh, so effective. 1. Eat in season. Yes, it's true, so put those grapes flown in from another hemisphere down - they cost a heap. Not only that, the food tastes pops ... Read More about To be Organic or Not to be.