So pretty, so healthy, so EASY!! The almond pulp adds protein and really amps up the yum factor. You could substitute any other fresh or frozen fruits you like but this version comes out a beautiful sweetheart pink. It was almost a shame to drink it! (I said almost…)
What better way to usher in the official day-after-the-last-day-of-summer than with some rich, homestyle skillet fried pork chops. Be sure to give the cast iron skillet plenty of time to heat and dredge the chops in plenty of flour, salt & pepper. The smell and the sound when they hit the skillet can’t be beat. Mmmmmm!
Rich and light, with a moist crumb and a hint of coconut, these brownies are an awesome way to use the leftover almond pulp that is quickly piling up in the freezer (if your freezer is anything like mine). I used 100% cacao cocoa power which makes an intensely dark brownie with a rich chocolate flavor. You will want to hide them!
Spicy and rich, this is the ultimate in meat-free comfort food. In fact, this dish was so tasty and filling that Dave didn’t even want any of the leftover grilled chicken breast that I offered to appease my ‘meatitarian’. Don’t skip the Harissa paste, it really makes the dish an explosion of flavor!
Hearty and filling. This dish combines shrimp and chicken with peas and red bell pepper keeping the dish fresh. Cooked in the traditional manner, it forms a nice crispy crust on the bottom. Reheats well (if there’s any left).
Easy enough for everyday use, this milk is my new favorite ‘creamer’ to drink in my coffee. It’s so good and so easy, I have pretty much stopped using half and half altogether. Now I am on a mission to figure out what to do with the leftover pulp (a common theme I am finding out).