Whats great about cooking with vegetables is the array of methods to make them. Roast, saute, grill, boil, bake, steam, the list goes on. I usually enjoy roasting or sauteing vegetables when pairing it with a sauce since the most flavor is absorbed these ways. Another great thing about making vegetables, is the typically short cooking time! Today's recipe for Japanese Miso Roasted Eggplant illustrates both factors.
Ever find yourself confused and stuck on what to make for dinner during the week? Overwhelmed by all the recipes online with the 20+ steps, long preparation time, and unusual ingredients that are difficult to find? Here's your one pan solution: Thai Vegetable Fried Rice x Healthy x Easy = Delicious dinner for the family.
The Caramel Brownie Trifles are not only crazily delicious but the process of layering the caramel, cream, and brownies is a fun and enjoyable experience. The individual trifles are great to serve at a small get-together, or after a family dinner at home, or make one extra-large trifle and serve an entire big party! Here are the simple steps to making these chocolaty gooey goodness.
Ok, ok, I know Goldilocks tasted three bowls of porridge in the original story but after reading about our three breakfast bowls, you will be running to the kitchen to eat these instead! Breakfast bowls are very, very, very easy to make and all it takes is five minutes! A breakfast bowl is a great, healthy kick starter for a busy morning being packed with protein, vitamins, nutrients, and natural sugars. For these bowls the main ingredients are yogurt, granola, and a variety of fruit however oatmeal is another delicious alternative with fresh fruit.
I go to at least one local farmer's market every week to pick up groceries, local produce, and other special items that are not regularly available at the grocery store. I've come up with a simple system and method in deciding what to buy and part of it is to get what is in season. Here is a list of Vegetables and Fruits that are in season for the month of July to help you in your next visit to the grocery store or local farmer's market. Happy In Season Eating!