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It's like they grew that night and are desperate to replenish their bodies. This was one of those mornings. I made an omelet out of three eggs and some cheddar cheese; they ate it all, in addition to half a cherry scone each, one plum , and one apple. My husband and I joke that when they're teens we'll have to moonlight to keep them in groceries. I ate the last of the leftover shepherd's pie for lunch.
For dinner, I shredded some Swiss chard and mixed it with halved cherry tomatoes, a chopped-up zucchini we have about 25 zucchini on hand, so I put it into everything , garlic and olive oil. I defrosted some cod fillets and shredded some of the massive amount of parsley we have on hand. Just as the kids got home, I threw the vegetables in the oven to roast; after ten minutes, I put the fish on top of the vegetables and put it back in the oven.
They ate that accompanied by a warm baguette. There was so little left over that I ordered sushi for my dinner, and watched "Party of Five. I had a package of already-cooked meatballs in the fridge; before bed I defrosted them for a very lazy lunch.
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For breakfast, I again made a cheese omelet , served on a toasted hamburger bun, to replicate the experience of eating at a deli. A big hit with the kids and my favorite kind of thing; I am obsessed with using every single oddity left in the pantry. I made that night's dinner at ten in the morning, a recipe that is a favorite in our house. It's an Ina Garten recipe, so of course it's a hit. It's simple: sizzle garlic in olive oil, then mix that with heavy cream and lemon juice and zest and toss with the pasta of your choice. Part of our CSA bounty was a huge mound of the most delicious smelling arugula—like the platonic ideal of arugula—so I tossed that into the pasta as well, along with some sliced tomatoes.
And a shredded-up half rotisserie chicken, because whenever I serve vegetarian meals the kids are perplexed. A couple of years ago, I served this dish to guests, a friend of my older son's and his father. The guest kid complained 1 that there were tomatoes, 2 that the pasta was twists and not noodles, 3 that there was spinach. It's my own personal hang-up but I find adults who are picky eaters to be the worst. I don't mean food allergies or preferences , I mean picky eaters. We all know one, and they're impossible to go to lunch with, or invite over for a dinner party.
I once knew a man who took his own peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to dinner parties because he didn't eat anything else. I do not want my kids to grow into such an adult who would marry such a person?!? The boys ate cereal for breakfast. My husband was back from his trip and when he's not on the road, he works from home, as I do every day; we finished the leftover pasta for lunch. I broiled some sausages , because, as established, the kids are crazy carnivores. I made a risotto I almost always have chicken stock in the freezer for just such an instance with onions and mushrooms, intending to serve the sausage and greens on top of it, but in the end I just sliced the sausage and mushed the whole damn thing together because, you know, life is short.
It was remarkably good. Everyone makes a big deal about how hard risotto is to cook, or how you have to eat it right away, but—real talk—that's balderdash. The kids were dead silent at dinner time, which is so gratifying. The boys ate cereal for breakfast and I ran out to fetch the CSA.
It's a blessing and curse at once; we just get so much food and I feel a moral duty not to let any go to waste. We ran some errands but came home early in part because I had to deal with all the food. I spent an hour or so washing and sorting and storing vegetables. Because there was enough risotto and sausage for leftovers, I made Sunday night's dinner instead: the makings for a taco salad. We got corn and cilantro in our share, so I made sort-of esquites , boiling corn instead of grilling it, and skipping the cheese shhh, I know.
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I turned some tomatoes, onion, lime, and cilantro into pico de gallo , and I cooked some ground turkey with a mix of chili powder, onion powder, cumin, garlic, and chicken stock until it tasted sufficiently taco salad-y. I stashed this all away for Sunday. Astute readers of this article will note that this photo of banana bread is fakenews; Alam's version had chocolate chips. I keep a bag of odds and ends in the freezer, and make stock whenever it's overflowing.
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So I did that too, mixing the bones of the rotisserie chicken we'd eaten earlier that week with the ends of onions and the tops of carrots and the stalks of parsley and whatever else I'd frozen. I let it boil until I lose patience, usually two hours or so. Please do not email and tell me that this is not a stock. While the garbage turned into stock, I prepped Sunday's trip to the beach: egg salad , with CSA dill and lots of chopped up cornichons. Then, because making stock requires cleaning out the freezer so that I can store it, I unearthed four black bananas from there and made a banana bread , mixing in chocolate chips and some sliced-up cherries.
The kids ate most of the leftovers, so I had to cook again: roasted some broccoli fresh from the CSA in garlic and olive oil and made a frozen pizza. We have some great Ramen in hawaii but all with great amount of sodium! Fresh mushrooms worked better than dried, but otherwise we loved this recipe. Did take more like an hour but perhaps with practice….. But it was fantastic, fresh and even better leftover! Everything had a chance to marinate and combine the next day and it was a wonderfully flavorful hot soup for a cold, snowy Pennsylvania day! Thanks so much for sharing! This is SO delicious!
I have made this a few times now, and it has become a staple in my house! Thanks for a great recipe! I was very skeptical about trying this recipe because it is very simple and i thought maybe it would lack in depth of flavor. I loved this dish so much i went back the next day to get more ingredients for a double batch. Thanks so much! I have made this recipe a few times now and love it. Since I use instant miso I use enough for one serving and that seems to do it.
Tweak to your liking! All Rights Reserved. October 3, Simple Homemade Chicken Ramen. Jump to Recipe. Description Easy homemade chicken ramen, with a flavorful broth, roasted chicken, fresh veggies, lots of noodles, and a soft cooked egg. Season the chicken generously with salt and pepper. Melt the butter in a large oven-safe skillet over medium heat. Add the chicken, skin-side down, and cook until the skin is golden brown and releases easily from the pan, about minutes. Flip the chicken over and cook for another minutes, until golden.
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For a set-up with no particular structure, it does fairly well in mobilising its network when the call for help arises — the couple have more than 11, Facebook followers from around the peninsula. In a recent flood relief effort, their appeal for help on social media saw an immediate response, with volunteers also coming from the west coast to join the team heading to Kuantan on the east coast.
For the Kuantan mission in early January, they set up a field kitchen within 24 hours of getting the call for help, cooking meals of sardine pasta for more than 1, people. And Kembara Kitchen has been that platform for lending a hand, with its call-outs seeming to resonate with all sorts of people across Malaysia. Delivering supplies to stranded orang asli during the Kuantan floods in early January.
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People of different races and ages worked side by side to churn out 1, packets of rice with ayam masak merah spicy tomato chicken and stir-fried cabbage in soya sauce. Free download. Book file PDF easily for everyone and every device. You can download and read online Simple Cooking for Single Dads Happy reading Simple Cooking for Single Dads This Book have some digital formats such us :paperbook, ebook, kindle, epub, fb2 and another formats.
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Indian Butter Chicken I waited for a nice cold day and it warmed me up. Browse Sections. United, they feed Malaysia's hungry: The kitchen where race and creed don't matter.