made myself a nice egg burrito with avocado & fresh Mexican cheese...
Portuguese spiced rice: Finely diced onions, carrots and celery are sautéed until soft in olive oil; a few anchovies are dissolved in that same olive oil; next, add a head of minced garlic (around 11-12 cloves); then, add the spices - pimentón, Spanish smoked paprika, sweet, and Spanish smoked paprika picante, plus some tumeric; add Spanish Bomba rice to the pan, to season & sauté; add chopped seasoned cherry tomatoes; add stock, and - while the stock is being absorbed, add half a mug of frozen peas.
1. Rich in Oleic Acid, a Very Healthy Fat
2. Reduces Cholesterol and Improves Heart Health
This is sad. But I live with a vegetarian and they don't allow grills on our balcony. So those 2 things combined have pretty much cut back my red meat intake.
Maybe we should start a healthy eating recipe thread?
Yesterday, I prepared a dish (a roasting tin, copper, Le Mauviel) of roasted Mediterranean vegetables: Courgettes (zucchini), aubergine, (eggplant), onions, tomatoes, red peppers, and two (snigger) heads (yes, heads) of garlic - all the vegetables were organic, and all were drizzled with, anointed generously with olive oil. The meal was served with fresh ciabatta.
I'm counting the days to re-opening of an Aldi's in Oneonta, they elected to renovate the store this summer of all the damn times (great for them maybe but for those of us depending on just Aldi's or BJ's for Instacart grocery deliveries in the time of covid-19, pretty inconvenient). Anyway they used to have fresh Mexican cheese from a local supplier and BJ's does not, so... in theory it's just a couple weeks away from happier burrito options for me. That post of yours suddenly makes the two weeks seem longer though.
There’s Aldi’s here too. I think they charge a quarter to use a cart then return the quarter if you return the cart. Please change your name to LizKat-owitz.