About this time every year my friends with gardens are trying desperately to get rid of their bumper crop of squash…which I gladly will take off their hands (I have some roasting with red peppers even as I am typing this). If this is the case at your house, here is a great recipe to try (and it is pretty easy and will also be good on a Meatless Monday).
Good nutrition is essential when you are a student (young or older). These seven recipes are nutritious and delicious, the best combination possible!
Happy Meatless Monday! For your pleasure today: Cauliflower is the latest wonder food. And no wonder, it has waited patiently all these years, mostly drenched in cheese sauce while other veggies hogged the spotlight. But no more! Here are some great ways to use cauliflower as the healthier understudy to many of our recipe stars!
Here is an easy going Sunday DIY – how to make crepes – which is one of those incredibly versatile foods you can make for breakfast, lunch, dinner or snacks depending on what you fill them with! In the start-up I worked for in Dallas, one of our co-workers – Michael – used to make them for us once in awhile. They were amazing!
You can put fruit in them (as in the picture) – or ham and cheese; carnitas; peanut butter and jam – whatever you want to – I am particularly fond of sauteed mushrooms & swiss cheese in my crepes; or nutella and whipped cream.
Being on a budget can be daunting sometimes…but it is possible to eat well if you keep it simple, while on a budget. Here’s what one family did with their week’s budget:
If you have a budding vegetarian (see what I did there?) in your household – you may need some ideas to make meatless lunches that are fun and interesting as well as tasty – because even if kids want to be vegetarians, they also want their peers to be jealous of their lunches. 😉