Ginger may well become the obsession of March. Last night I sprinkled this over a bowl of dark chocolate ice cream and thought I’d died and gone to heaven! Best thing I’d eaten in ages!!! I know there is a foodie term for a perfectly balanced food that hits everything equally; spiced and sweet, crunchy and smooth. Now it’s going to bother me till I recall what it is. Help a girl out? Do you know that term?
Back from vacationing, back to reality, back to eating my favorite foods! There is just something about the bite of arugula with the heat of the hot sauce and the creaminess of the soft boiled egg that makes me perfectly happy.
So…if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it? Six months on and I’m still plunging my fork happily in!
I went to what passes for a Farmer’s Market down here & purchased a Spaghetti Squash for dinner tonight. After I sliced it in half & plunged it into a pan of water to steam, I noticed where my Farmer’s Market Fresh squash came from. Can you read the sticker? Michigan. Nice. How much super expensive fuel did that take???
Beyond divine! I love them beyond reason and I am not the only one in the house who does so. The one above is the last of this batch and I had people looming over my shoulders as I was composing the shot. Now, I do have to say I use what I am calling coconut flour but it is really unsweetened coconut meat that has been blended with water and Irish Moss and then had all the milk squeezed out of it via cheescloth and elbow grease. Does that make flour? I don’t know – sub in what you have or have fun hand squeezing the living daylights out of coconut pulp Key West style! Your choice. The Recipe 1 banana 1/2 cup pumpkin 2 eggs 1tsp vanilla 1/3 cup unsweetened cocoa powder 1/4 cup flaxseed meal 1/2 cup coconut flour 1/4 tsp salt 1/2 tsp baking powder 1/2 cup nuts 1/2 cup dark chocolate chunks Blend wet ingredients together, add dry, stir in nuts & chocolate. Bake an 8″ square glass pan at 350* for 20-30 minutes. Top with raspberries, or pitted cherries, or a schmear of nut butter…options are endless!!! Inspired by Petite Althleat. Let me know if you try these! Enjoy!