Hi! I have been testing this recipe for two months now and it is doing wonders for my skin. Who knew the kitchen had such potent skin ingredients in it?
The weather here has been delightful. Warm, sunny days. Rainy, cool nights. Ohio is lush and green and happening! [click to continue…]
What is orange curry you ask? Well it’s not a real thing… technically. Technically this is a red curry but since I used orange vegetables and it turns out orange, I renamed it orange. This is an incredibly flavorful meal that comes together in just 20 minutes and is full of healthy ingredients. So try something new this week!
But I am good at improvising! So without having a Tandoor oven or years of experience under my belt, I set out to replicate the chewy, satisfying flavor of naan bread to go with my Easy Orange Curry recipe. I know this may seem goofy but I’ll tell ya’ it was super good to scoop with and really did have that chewy, carby texture that I was looking for. Make some and see!
If there was ever a topic that I would be considered an expert on, it’s living with tiny closets. My house is a delightful 1000 square feet of 50’s bliss, but 50’s houses have piddly closets! My grandma explained to me that this is because people had so few clothes back then, just some work clothes and a couple of nice church outfits.
Unfortunately, If you do a Google search for tips on organizing small closets, you will likely find big beautiful organization systems and substantial spaces that are barely filled. But that’s not helpful! I’m talking puny. If you want to know how to use an itty bitty, microscopic closet in real life then you’ve come to the right place.
My pal Dan over at Dan330 sent me a message the other day and said, ‘hey I’m getting into the spice business, will you check these out?’ Of course I said yes! I was so excited when my bundle of spice mixes arrived; I got right to work coating this and sprinkling on that. What I ended up with was this big time flavor tater.
Traditional oat bars are chocked full of butter, sometimes several sticks, but this recipe is butter-free and perfect for snacks, breakfast, or even dessert. Get crazy with your healthy self!
I invented this recipe while in search of a healthy holiday appetizer to bring alongside the bread and cream cheese and candy that graced our parties.
I whipped up a lemony bean dip, a sweet sun-dried tomato topping, and carved out my cucumber rounds to bring to my grandmas. But with all the bread and cream cheese and candy, I forgot the cucumbers!! So in lieu of bite sized cuke cuties, I flopped the bean dip in a bowl, topped it with the tomatoes and served it alongside crackers and the veggie tray. It was still a big hit and I was happy to have something light to munch on.
Happy New Year everyone!! I hope you’ve been accomplishing all of your goals! Redoing this office has been a major goal of mine this year and I’m happy to say that it is checked off the list by mid January. Come see!