Saturday, October 26, 2013
Twelve days in. My nails are growing faster. I have more energy. And I'm laughing more, a lot more.
I was getting tired of my delicious healthy breakfast fritatta but still wanted to get lots of veggies into my first meal of the day, so today I experimented and ended up with a yummy Japanese-style dish. I uploaded the recipe onto SparkRecipes. It's called Japanese Okonomiyaki-style Dish. Mmm, was it good. Wasn't sure what to do with the fresh kale I had bought, so I threw some of that in. The recipe ended up including kale, mushrooms, green onions, onions, and eggs and was kind of like a pan quiche. Sprinkled a little soy sauce on top and ate it with half a cup of organic easy-cook white rice in those handy precooked bowls they have now. Of course, growing up with lots of Japanese food, it was like comfort food for me. And it was super healthy and easy to make. Took me all of about 10 minutes, thanks to the mini-food processor I got as a gift from my daughter-in-law's mom a few Christmases ago. What a handy gadget that has turned out to be. Incidentally, what is the word for the relationship between two different mothers-in-law? There should be one. Hmmm...sisters-in-law once removed?