I kept doing all the things – sleep, exercise, books, Netflix, “me time”, time away from my family, time with my family. You name the “self care” trick, I tried it. I tried them all.
“Mom, I’m still hungry. Mom, I’m hungry. Where’s my snack? Mom, did you hear me? Are you near me?”
There are some conversations that took place in this show that I STILL think about.
Mmmkay. I'm no Betty Crocker, or Julia Childs, but. Sometimes I still try my hand at oven-ish types of things. Check out the granola recipe I just succeeded at. Hollaaaaaa.
Do you guys like my cool photo up there? ^ Pretty orig, right? Yeah, I know. There's something you need to know. It's super important and something I'm working on. Because there are some people who are EXCELLENT at this. And I'd like to be one of them. But listen, I do not claim this. …
GET READY FOR DIS. Again, I had pulp from my homemade almond milk that I dehydrated to make a type of almond meal. I really wanted to use this in some form other than energy balls or pizza crust. Gotta mix it up, people! So. This recipe is adapted from Savita here. Garlic Naan Dough 3 …
I'm into making my own almond milk, so I always have leftover almond pulp. I have two different kinds of energy balls in my freezer right now, so I wanted to do something different. I decided on using the dried almond meal as a crust to make some chicken tenders.