Ever since I moved to my new apartment, I have cooked more and ordered less. Sorry
Seamless, but this is a good change for me.
Recently I tried
this recipe for a Mexican casserole from Joanna Goddard’s blog by Jennifer Farley of Savory Simple.
Via Joanna Goddard
I added ground beef to my version, but it would also be great with pulled chicken or chorizo. It was easy to make and I had meals for days. If one were inclined to make this lower fat or to
hide vegetables inside, that would be simple to pull off.
It had been a while since I did much baking so I also made an apple-pear-blueberry crisp from
my old standby desserts-only cookbook.
If you have any cook-ahead go-to meals, I’d love to hear about them in the comments.
I am so impressed by entrepreneurs. The courage it must take to strike out on one’s own!
Carol Blymire is one of these brave souls. She has her
But thanks to
Twitter I also know that she was in a Rush cover band, practices Transcendental Meditation and has a super-cute dog, Dexter.
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NYC restaurants. I adore Seamless and Delivery.com. The good food comes right to my door.
But I want to eat healthier and I want to save money. So I pulled a few recipes to try out including
this one from Cooking Light.
I think I did everything right.
But I hated it. It was bland other than the overwhelming flavor of onions.
I ordered dinner from
You already know I love
I assume you have figured out that I enjoy
writing. Doesn’t everyone with a blog?
But culture…I can see how you might have guessed that my only culture was snark. Not true though!
If you’re not already familiar with my friend
Monica Bhide, let me introduce you to this amazing writer, chef, teacher, wife and mother.* Monica manages to combine all of these wonderful things, and make a living from it.
Today, Monica’s new ebook “In Conversation with Exceptional Women” will be available for purchase for $4.99 on
BN.com, Amazon.com and other ebook dealers. Fifty women participated including @ruthreichl, @carlahall, @padmalakshmi and @VivianSchiller.
*Also author, engineer, world traveler and so many other things.
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