Vegetable paella from the @goodhousekeeping #VegetarianCookBook . This is reliable, very tasty and there's always leftovers for lunch, but I am never sure whether it should be called paella - it's quite well spiced and uses brown rice. But whatever... It works year-round, although it really does need green beans and I am never overjoyed buying them so far out-of-season. #supper#vegetarian#vegetablepaella#brownrice#redpeppers#meatfreemonth
Health doesn’t have to be complicated. Food doesn’t have to be complicated. I think people stress out too much about food (actually about everything in life). I hear these things all the time: I don’t have time to cook, I don’t know how to cook, my family doesn’t eat what I should eat, and my favorite one, I can’t afford to eat healthy. 😂😂🤦🏼♀️ 1. Make time. We all have 24 hours in a day. Prioritize your f-ing time. 2. I don’t know how to cook either 😬 I literally read recipes, back of boxes, and make shit up as I go. Most of the time it’s edible. Haha. 3. Make your family eat what you eat, or let them make their own food. I mean this is dumb. Almost any recipe can be made healthier or altered to have less sodium and junk in it. 4. You can afford to eat healthy. In fact, I bet it’s less expensive than all the “cheap” junk. It all comes down to your self limiting excuses, to be honest. You want change? Then make change 😘 #macros#burritobowl#avocado#brownrice#salsa#vegetables#veganrecipes#vegangains#crossfitchicks#foodisgood#neverhungry
✨Paprika Chicken✨with brown rice, sweet mini peppers and sliced castelvetrano olives for that salty Italian goodness. Speaking of Italian . . . Are you guys watching The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story?! I’m obsessed! My bestie @fgoodison and I went to Miami for spring break 1997 and have a photo standing on the very spot he was murdered just three months before - check out my stories #chills •
#Scandinavia meets #California ~ roasted root veggie bowl with homemade tahini dressing.
When I lived in Denmark, I ate a lot of root vegetables. They are abundant there due to the harsh climate and especially popular during wintertime. I grew to love red beets and learned to prepare them many different ways including shaving them raw in salads or roasting them with garlic. They are so popular that they come in large bags similar to potatoes. The celery root was completely new to me and honestly somewhat intimidating. If you’ve ever seen them in the grocery store, I’m sure you’d agree. They look like they may even be from another planet with their squiggly roots growing out. They are extremely healthy though and have a subtle, sweet celery flavor with a nice meaty texture and are very good either roasted or puréed to make soups. One of my favorite combinations is root celery and fennel. It’s very cleansing and nutrient dense - a nice light soup for the new year.