August 21, 2012
This past Sunday I made a spinach and black bean lasagna and prepped my crock pot Thai chicken thighs. So last night after my vinyasa flow class at Back Bay Yoga all Dave and I had to do was pop the lasagna in the microwave and eat away! Best feeling ever to not have to worry about making dinner after my class.
(Recycled picture from my first lasagna post )
The class was different … [Continue reading]
August 20, 2012
If you didn’t know this already, I love crock pot meals. They often are super easy and can be used as leftovers for a couple of days! Dave and I like Indian food, so I found the Meal Planning 101 Slow Cooker Chicken Tikka Masala which seemed perfect. Was it? It was. It was delicious and had a great kick to it.
The only thing is that a coworker of mine is Indian and … [Continue reading]
August 14, 2012
Bombay Shrimp and Coconut Rice is a fairly quick and tasty meal that I will make again in the future. I forgot the ground red pepper so this might add the extra kick that I was craving. And I doubled the rice and coconut milk because we always tend to want more rice-who doesn’t love a little extra starch?!
Bombay Shrimp and Coconut Rice
- 5 teaspoons canola oil, divided
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August 13, 2012
Last night I made the Martha Stewart Thai Chicken and Noodle Salad. The dish wasn’t too difficult to make and I think you could prep things the day before to make things easier, which I might do next time. I loved that this dish had a kick to it and it was fresh tasting. The chicken had so much flavor! Repeat dish? I think so!
Thai Chicken and Noodle Salad
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August 10, 2012
Once the boys finally woke up this morning, we visited the Prairie Bread Kitchen to grab some coffee. We actually ended up coming back here later for lunch and I got the turkey sandwich. I was starving and it hit the spot!
After getting our iced coffee, we started to walk around Oak Park, IL to check out some of Frank Lloyd Wright’s work. There are some tours where you can go inside houses, but … [Continue reading]