Isn’t it funny how cooking styles vary from person to person? Ben likes to sauté meals, even the proteins. Me? I like to throw everything in the oven, sit back and relax with a glass of wine. I especially think winter is a great time to pull out your dutch oven or casserole dishes. Which do you prefer?
In recent efforts to reduce my added sugar intake, I bought a container of plain yogurt. Unfortunately my morning breakfast is just not nearly as delicious with plain yogurt. After about a week and a half I realized that the rest of the yogurt was just sitting in my fridge, waiting to spoil. Naturally Greek food came to mind.
I just realized that most of my fish recipes are for Mahi Mahi, but pretty much any white fish can be substituted for most of my recipes that use Mahi Mahi. I personally just use Mahi Mahi because I live in the mountains in the middle of Colorado and don’t have a very large seafood selection. Those of you who live on the coast are very lucky! While I was living in New Zealand last summer, I loved going to the farmer’s market every Sunday and buying fresh fish off the fishing boats.
School is finally over, the snow have been falling, and I have been having a blast snowboarding and hanging out, but with all of that I haven’t had much time to cook. I have had a secret project brewing in my fridge for the past two weeks though… homemade pickles. My mom made homemade pickles and I decided I would try her recipe since hers tasted so good! This recipe is super simple and makes the pickles way healthier, since you won’t have all of the preservatives and such. Give it a try!