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from RSSMix.com Mix ID 8174097 https://www.simplyrecipes.com/collection/15_homemade_sweet_treats_for_your_easter_basket/
from RSSMix.com Mix ID 8174097 https://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/chicken_fried_steak/
Homemade focaccia is simply the BEST! It’s easy to make, but be sure to give yourself the afternoon. You’ll be rewarded with a rich, rosemary-scented bread that feeds a crowd. Serve as an appetizer or as a side with soup, roasts, or braises.
from RSSMix.com Mix ID 8174097 https://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/focaccia_bread_with_rosemary/
Immune-boosting kale, squash, purple cabbage, arugula, almonds, basil and pears are all tossed in a tangy-sweet dressing. To add more protein, you could add grilled shrimp or salmon.
Kale and Butternut Squash Salad
This healthy vegetarian main dish salad is inspired by Sweetgreen’s Winter Squash Salad loaded with lots of nourishing, colorful fruits and veggies. Yesterday I shared this Warm Curry Roasted Butternut Squash and Veggie Salad. Today’s salad is enjoyed cold with hearty vegetables that last a while in the refrigerator.
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from RSSMix.com Mix ID 8174097 https://www.simplyrecipes.com/what_are_some_good_make_ahead_meals_for_two/
Hello friends! We meet again, and yeah, life is really giving us some hard times.
Most of us are (I hope!) probably doing some version of shelter-in-place as we attempt to ride out the waves of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Most of us are probably feeling the hourly alternating emotions of “I can do this” and “I don’t think I can do this.”
We are working on some new things for the weeks ahead, and I am anxious to get those things into the world for you. But for now, I’m just going to share what’s REAL with you.
Today, here in the thick of social distancing and shelter in place orders and a scary news cycle, this is what’s real:
- I’m tired.
- I’m sad.
- I feel like I have LESS time, not more.
- I’m hopeful.
- I’m encouraged.
- I’m almost daily moved to tears by the amazingness of people.
- I’m hungry.
- I’m also not hungry.
- Cooking feels like a lot of work right now.
- I am missing a lot of “key” groceries (hello, milk).
- I am eating a lot of Fruity Pebbles (thank you, nut milk).
- I am missing my friends and family.
- I am grateful, and I am grieving.
The point of all this is just to do a weird little check in to say, hey, still here! Still feeling everything and then some right along with you, still juggling the balls of parenting and remote work and news management and self-care, still thinking about all of you, still eating.
I mean, it’s not fancy, but we’re eating. And the most noteworthy, wonderful, completely winning thing right now:
Tomato soup with grilled cheese.
Wait, you haven’t made tomato soup with grilled cheese yet during quarantine? HOW DARE YOU.
Welcome to my life right now – this is the recipe for minimal groceries, and even minimal-er energy.
Yes, I used baby carrots and don’t yell at me! No regular carrots to be found, so baby carrots have been summoned for their moment of greatness.
Cream? None. Bacon? None.
In place of the cream, cashews were a great stand in to make the soup creamy, and the bacon was just all-out skipped.
I’m not going to write out a new recipe card here because my favorite, the original HOMEMADE TOMATO SOUP already exists and it’s exactly what I used this week (with my substitutions). Please make it. It’s so, so good.
My first bite of buttery, crispy, browned and melted grilled cheese dunked in this rich tomato soup felt like a nice, reassuring, calming hug.
Here’s how it came together:
And here’s how good my about-to-dunk-sandwich photo turned out:
Friends, how are you doing? What is your experience in this? What are you feeling these days?
What are you cooking? What recipes are making life just a little more bearable? ♡
Thinking of you, hanging in there with you. One day at a time! xo
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This healthy, Warm Curry Roasted Sheet Pan Vegetable Salad with Honey Curry Dressing is a delicious vegetarian, gluten- and dairy-free dinner or make-ahead lunch.
Warm Curry Roasted Sheet Pan Vegetable Salad
Roasted sweet potatoes, bell peppers, and broccoli form the foundation of this delicious, hearty salad which is made all on one sheet pan.
from RSSMix.com Mix ID 8174097 https://www.skinnytaste.com/warm-curry-roasted-sheet-pan-vegetable-salad/
Cauliflower rice with spinach and fresh herbs is a healthy, quick, and easy weeknight side or main meal. Add some extra heft to this recipe by topping it with a fried egg, adding some tofu, or using it as the foundation for a burrito bowl.
from RSSMix.com Mix ID 8174097 https://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/green_cauliflower_rice/
Crispy skillet chicken is cooked in a flavorful lemon broth and served on a bed of Swiss chard, potatoes, and carrots. This bistro-style oven braised chicken with vegetables has everything you love about cozy comfort food.
from RSSMix.com Mix ID 8174097 https://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/skillet_chicken_thighs_with_potatoes_carrots_and_greens/