I haven’t been cooking too much lately. I want to cook, but it’s just so busy this time of year. I ate at a Korean restaurant yesterday and had an amazing hummus and veggie wrap, and Japchei, which is (from the menu): A warm bowl of clear sweet potato noodles and an assortment of veggies: carrots, green cabbage, red cabbage, red bell peppers, and organic spring greens. It’s delicious. I brought about half of the noodles home. Aren’t they beautiful? I’m going to look for them at my Asian market this weekend.
I stirfried some broccoli, mushrooms, onions, and spinach to have with my leftover noodles.
I picked up some multicolored cauliflower and some broccoli to roast. It was in a bin already chopped and was practically irresistible. I took before and after shots. Before…
… and after roasting. Yummy!
Tonight I started feeling guilty about neglecting my recipe testing for Ricki, so I made a batch of her Classic Peanut Butter Cookies. These cookies are perfect. I must take them to work so I don’t eat them all. And especially for Shellyfish and her Guppy, I added sprinkles to the tops.
I spent far too much time taking shots of these Aristo Wellness bars I found. When I read the flavors of these bars, I snatched them up and put them in my bag – Nutty Pomegranate and Cranberry with Chocolate, and Nutty Goji and Orange with Chocolate.