Apologies aside, without further ado, here are some:
I bought this book in the thrift store and Mr Stacy was all "you could veganize those recipes" and I was all "why would anyone bother?!" Seriously gross stuff. But I liked its looks :).
Here are some not-gross things, though. First up, a coconut curry very loosely based on this recipe.
And this bad boy:
this recipe. Anyone who reads this blog may know that I love kale and Brussels sprouts. So. Much! So putting the two together should have occurred to me a long time ago. I basically followed the recipe but used toasted bread crumbs and nooch in lieu of the cheese. Suck it, Bon Appetit.
Just a few other things we've enjoyed recently. Have you ever added bulgur to chili? You should. It's nice.
And curried cabbage with black mustard seed is also tasty (not to mention the red dal):
But this!!!! This!!!! I love Jae Steele so much! This is from her book Get It Ripe. I tried to find a recipe on the internet but couldn't. ANyhow, it's the sesame-soba-kale dish and this picture (like all my pictures, durn it) does not do this dish justice. Purple kale is not that photogenic.
I have made this about 3X over the past few weeks when I came home exhausted and ravenous. It comes together in the time it'll take you to boil the soba. I did add tofu for protein's sake and sriracha for nom's sake, ha. I also just made it with chickpeas instead of tofu and that was great too.
That's about it. Inspired by everyone doing cleanses etc in the blogosphere, I bought Crazy Sexy Diet. I am also trying to eat more raw foods, not that you'd know it from this post. I have to strike a balance bt driving my husband nuts and fulfilling my periodic urges to try strange diets, so I've been eating all raw all day until dinner. Then we have something very heavy on the veggies but not raw. Anyone else reading this book? I'd say it's about 70% excellent advice, 30%....errr.....less than excellent advice??? Still, anything to get more people eating their veggies, right?