Hello Readers -to join in with Su’s Changing Seasons April challenge, I have some food items from April 2020 to share. Thanks to purple pumpernickel for inspiring me with her food post for the challenge here. Let’s start with Chia Seed pudding. This recipe is so easy — tastes delicious and it does not arrest the immune system … More Friday Food – Chia Seed Pudding Recipe and more….
Happy Friday readers. Time for another installment of Friday Food. ____ __ 4) Homemade bone broth. See that gel? That is life force stuff right there. Making Bone Broth is easy: Save all your bones – and toss them into the Insta-pot – add some veggies if you want – set timer for two hours – and … More Friday Food: Mango Salsa, Bone Broth, Drinks, ART IN A CART
Happy Friday readers. I have some food photos to use up from earlier this fall: First -some starfruit: Next, Earlier this fall, we had Wegman’s cauliflower-crust pizza. Did not care for it – but it was worth trying. Next – Lots of Greens this fall. _ And remember – greens and quality meats can help … More Friday Food: Starfruit, Greens & Bacon
Happy Friday readers. Part 1: Ninja Air Fryer Have you heard of the (not so new) Ninja Air Fryer? We brought one home this summer and it is convenient – makes food crispy and can be used for veggies and meats. We will keep using ours – but I still prefer the cast-iron skillet. Mark’s Daily … More Friday Food: NINJA AIR FRYER – Liver and Onions – and Watermelon Rose Water
__ Happy Friday readers. Okay – so for the past week, the Almighty Chick-Fil-A chicken sandwich has been coming up in conversations. Author, researcher, and social media foodie “Food Babe” – HERE – starting investigating the chicken sandwich at Chick-fil-A back in 2012 – and it has not improved since. The Chick-Fil-A chicken sandwich has 55 ingredients – not all of … More Friday Food: 55 Ingredients in Chick-fil-A Sandwich (& Friday Funnies)
__ Happy Friday readers. Starting with a throwback picture: Now for Current garden photos. My husband has his own raised garden bed this year. I am trying to give him space to experience the bits of gardening that people learn as they go. I did help trim a few things and helped stake … More Friday Food – Garden Talk, Reading Labels, Comics
Hello Blog readers, I love it when blogging connects to real life. Last fall, I was at a restaurant in the panhandle of Florida and noticed a Cubano sandwich on the menu. I had been wanting to try a sandwich Cubano for a while – especially after Sorryless (here) had a 2018 series about searching … More Sandwich Cubano with Sorryless and Dale (Friday Food)
Hello Readers – It is time for a Friday Food post. My very favorite food item this year is kombucha. And my favorite brand is GTS (here). What exactly is kombucha? Simple answer: Kombucha is tea with bacteria and yeast. It is a fizzy drink, made from fermented tea, which comes in many flavors and has … More Friday Food: Kombucha (fermented tea for gut health and immunity)
Happy Friday Readers, Joining in with Becky’s Square Photo Challenge: In the Pink If you want to join in with the SQUARES photo challenge, go here – and the this month is ‘In the Pink‘ theme. Also San Fermo has shared some sliced meats that look tasty (here). #priorhouse blog PART 2 It seems that unicorns … More Friday Food with Square Challenge (Steak & Unicorn Bark)
Happy Friday to all. . . . . .
Hello readers – Trader Joe’s has a lot of new items every season – and their latest “Coconut Chunks” are worth blogging about in a Friday Food post. Great snack – and one serving of 7 pieces has little sugar, lots of chew, and great taste (also some fiber, oil, and nutrients). Lastly, I saw … More Just Coconut Chunks (Trader Joe’s)
Happy Friday everyone. Are you looking for a satisfying yogurt treat? I invite you to make your own treats – less plastic packaging (and all those little cups means our food has more contact with more plastic at factory and in the store). Also, most store-bought yogurt has way too much sugar added – or … More Friday Food – Full-fat Yogurt Treats (and sugar rant)