Last Tuesday, I made this tomato and cheese frittata with kale for dinner. It was pretty similar to the last frittata I made, but with lots of tomato and topped with fancy cheeses from Whole Foods. Tasty!
Last Saturday, I made stuffed squash with barley, apples, and walnuts, which Jim and I ate along with some delicious brussels sprouts. I used this recipe from relish.com for the squash. I highly recommend it!
Back on Sunday, September 30, I made some absolutely delicious bibimbop using roughly this recipe from Maangchi, and accompanied it with seitan bulgogi. For the bulgogi, we bought the Upton’s brand seitan and then used this recipe from the Vegetarian Times for the bulgogi sauce.
I highly recommend this! So good!
Jim and I made kimchi together! We used a recipe from maangchi.com, and it turned out delicious, although I have never smelled a more…odorific food.
Last Wednesday, I made a breakfast scramble bread filled with sausage, egg, and cheese for a bake sale my friend was hosting to raise money for the Night Ministry, a non-profit organization that provides housing and health care for the homeless and those struggling with poverty.
To make the bread, I used my mom’s reuben bread recipe, but instead of filling it with reuben ingredients, I filled it with one cup of cheese, 4 eggs, and about a half pound of crumbly sausage. Note that I cooked the eggs and sausage before I put it into the bread.
The bread turned out pretty good, and I was happy that it may have helped my friend raise a few dollars for a good cause.
On August 23, I made soft pretzels for an event at work using the amazing recipe from Alton Brown. They were a ton of work, but turned out so good and everyone loved them. Probably helped that I served them with melted cheddar cheese.
Last Wednesday, we had an international potluck at work in celebration of the Olympics, so on Tuesday night I made a delicious curry, which you can see in this picture to the right of one delicious Tunisian salad. I used this recipe from America’s test kitchen, which I highly recommend!