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I am eating this noodle bowl for L & D every day right now and I guess you could say it’s going alright. I just freaking love noods, so the idea of having coconutty goodness mixed with squashy goodness mixed with noods.
Oh yeah, get this straight up in my face.
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We are learning how we can get lazy this week. And hey, that is a OK!
Because, serious question, my fellow lads and lassies. Have any of you made tamales before? I have. And they are delicious, but damn they are SO hard to make. The day that I made them, I remember spending hours wrapping the cornmeal with the corn husks and tying them together and steaming them. Yeah, that is a lot more work than I normally want to do in these cases. And honestly, the guacamole and the pico I made were winners compared to the corn tamales that took me hours to make.
So here we are, on a mission to be more lazy.
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Aka how we can bottle up summer. I’m down!
The first time I had tomato jam was at Cafe Gratitude in LA. Now, I am always looking for new and interesting ways to eat my favorite foods. And a lot of times, restaurants provide a great source of inspiration. But this bowl, especially the tomato jam, absolutely blew me away.
Down the street, we’re talking. Man, is that inspiration wind strong!
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Can ice cream count as breakfast? Why yes. Yes it can!
There is a certain sense of accomplishment when you get a day’s worth of fruits and veggies and a workout before 10 AM. And smoothies, rich and THICK smoothies, do just that. Now, if you have spent a second on Instagram, you know that the latest and greatest smoothie innovation is putting smoothies in BOWLS. And guys, I’v been doing this for years with no plans of stopping. A bowl of smoothie just makes them more meal-like, you know? Because you can just a ton of toppings on em and BAM, instead filler upper.
You might as well dump your whole pantry on here… cause I do.
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I love coming through for you guys.
If I was an agent, this recipe would be my Britney Spears. It’s such a winner.I get so many e-mails and messages about these onions. They are probably my most requested recipe on Instagram and for good reason! First of all, they are freaking stunning. Have you ever seed a color like these onions?
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Had a rough day? Eat a tostada!
That sounds like the type of logic game I would be good at. I think everyone at some point wants to go to law school. I know I did, but I failed miserably at the logic games. I think this would be the time to create some sort of food attorney position.
Because that would and could be my hopes and dreams.
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I am having a HUGE granola moment right now!
In fact, it’s so huge that as I type this, I’m finishing off a bag with some yogurt and strawberries and cashew milk. And by a bag, I mean a giant cluster that I am meticulously breaking off small pieces of to savor. I just do not want this granola fantasy to end.
Who am I and what have I done to myself?
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Childhood meant one thing. And that thing was apple cinnamon oatmeal packets.
When I was a kid, I would bring on all of the sugar into my breakfasts. There was sugar and cinnamon on buttered toast. There was the key lime pie Yoplait with crushed up graham crackers (still one of my favorites). My ultimate favorite breakfast, though, were those apple cinnamon oatmeal packets. I know that was usually the packet on the bottom of the variety pack, but I cannot help that they were my very favorite.
It’s ok. I’ll take them off of your hands.
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Channeling my role model, I had an “aha” moment this weekend.
Can you guess just from that who my role model is? That’s right. It’s Oprah. Oprah has been my spirit animal for as long as I can remember. And she has a lot of moments called “aha” moments. I remember watching Oprah with my mom, and wondering how Oprah all of a sudden would get these lightbulbs in her brain. It was as if she was an idea factory.
And if her bank account is any indicator, the factory is doing QUITE well.
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