I have been trying to think of a lovely theme or nice way to tie my photos together for a blog. However, they would all be super short and simply saying: Hey, this is that one thing that I ate for dinner. And that sort of nonsense is for Instagram [which I also have].
So here are several food pictures of things I have been eating recently. If you’re interested in a recipe for it please let me know.
I know this picture is a little fuzzy, my apologies. I was starved and wanted to eat immediately. I knew I wouldn’t be able to get a good picture of it unless I snapped one right away.
We had fish with Catalina seafood rub, spiced rice from scratch, and Brussels sprouts coated in butter and nutritional yeast. This meal was orgasmic!
I followed this recipe as a basis for my plans, with some changes:
Tomato Rice Recipe Ingredients
- Oil to saute
- Onion – 1 large diced
- Ginger Paste & Garlic minced – Eyeballed (1.5 tsp and 2 TBSP)
- Chilli powder – eyeballed it
- Dried red pepper flakes – eyeballed it
- Curry powder – eyeballed maybe 1 TBSP
- Bay leaves – 2 leaves
- Salt to taste
- Tomatoes – 1 can diced
- Can of black beans – rinsed and drained
- Rice – 2 cups uncooked jasmine
- 3 cups of water or chicken broth
- NONE of the other ingredients listed on the website.
Saute onions with spices and a dab of oil. Add tomatoes, beans, rice and water. Bring to a boil and then reduce to simmer for 20 minutes or until liquid is gone and rice is tender.
Don’t forget to make hill billy paella with your leftover rice. We cooked up chorizo and shrimp to put into it this time and served it on a bed of fresh greens. So much yummy!
I made entirely too many rolls for Thanksgiving, but it was good to share them for more family anyway. I made roughly sixty rolls and they made it to two family functions. The left-left overs are in my freezer now. I hope to pull them out for a good hearty soup night this winter.
Just take a gander at those luscious rolls! Next time want to brush them with egg or milk to give them a right nice sheen. Although, as pictured above they are perfectly appealing. Have I ever shared my fun bun recipe? I feel another blog coming….