My new obsession in making ramen for lunch using miso and udon. I add bean sprouts for nutrition and crunch and top with a soft-boiled egg. If I want more protein, I add a can of oil-packed tuna. It's a classy treat in the middle of my work day. Ingredients: 1 bundle of udon 1… Continue reading Ramen
Making pizza at home is easy, especially if you use prepackaged shells. It's great for any night of the week; both a staple and a treat. Pizza allows for lots of creativity in terms of toppings. This one uses sausage for a big hit of flavor and arugula for freshness and color. Ingredients: 2 10-12"… Continue reading Sausage and Arugula Pizza
My husband loves blondies, and I love to make them for him. It's a great dessert/snack. I use whole wheat flour and flax seed to try to be a little healthy. Enjoy! Ingredients: 1 cup whole wheat flour 1 cup brown sugar 1 cup oil (I suggest vegetable or coconut) 1 egg pinch of salt… Continue reading Blondies
Pompano is a wonderful, meaty fish. It's thickness doesn't work well for frying, so the best thing to do is bake it.