These bars make a great breakfast for Meatless Monday (or any other day, for that matter): quinoa, peanut butter, seeds, and berries give make this recipe a balanced, protein-and-fiber-filled breakfast. Great with your morning coffee!
I hate to say it, but I wasn’t really looking forward to Meatless Monday when I started the 2015 Foodie Challenge. But it’s all about new experiences and learning new things, so I figured I’d give it a shot.
I am so excited to bring you Week 3 of the 2015 Foodie Challenge: Learn a New Cooking Technique. For this challenge, I’ve decided to try a technique I’ve been eyeing for quite some time: Sous Vide.
I love when I get to entertain my inner geek in the name of more flavorful food. This week for the 2015 Foodie Challenge, I experimented with sous vide cooking. Even better, I got to build and wire a controller to save about $450 of the cost of buying a fancy sous vide machine.
Back in Week 3 of the 2015 Foodie Challenge, I built a DIY Sous Vide Cooker and used it to craft this delicious, melt-in-your mouth chuck roast that tasted just like prime rib. Here’s the full recipe.
How many recipes do you have saved on your Pinterest boards? How many have you actually made? If you’re like me, your pin-to-cook ratio is kind of sad… so you’ll appreciate Week 2 of the 2015 Foodie Challenge: Make a Recipe From Your Pinterest Boards.
It’s week 1 of my 2015 Foodie Challenge, and that means it’s time to organize my refrigerator. That also means you get to see how awfully unorganized my refrigerator is. After all, cooking is kind of my job, and the kitchen is really my second office. You’d think I would have a perfectly organized refrigerator, right?
Ah, 2015. A fresh start, a new year. And time for the inevitable: New Year’s Resolutions. I found this fun list of New Year’s resolutions with a foodie twist, and I’m going to attempt one each week in 2015. Prepare to be entertained.