1. I call frozen pizzas "oven pizza" 😳 2. I didn't want to dirty a cutting board or pans to cook my veggies so I sliced them directly on my oven pizza 😎
3. I love my dining table 😍 #lazycook#pizza#food#dinner
Mommas!💖 Remember before the kiddos came along? You had goals, you had dreams?
Why did you stop?😚
It's so easy to get caught up in the everyday, and all of a sudden you wake up and don't even know who is staring back at you in the mirror.
I can remember when Delaney FINALLY came to live with us, I thought ok this is it, everything is for her. But I started to lose myself.😏
Instead of being happy & content, I was starting to feel overwhelmed and depressed.
Is that happening to you?
It's not selfish, you deserve to keep working towards those goals, and those dreams.💫
In fact you need to, you want to be the BEST you can be, so your kiddo knows they can live their BEST LIFE TOO!🙌 You want that for them, right?
How can you expect them to, if you don't?👄
Chicken 🍗 & Veg 🥕with fresh parsley 🌿 in the crockpot because...
#fallfeels 💁🍂🍁 Threw some stuff together that we had around.
Boneless chicken breast
Sliced mushrooms 🍄
Seasoning & fresh parsley
1 jar of alfredo sauce
Shakshouka is a Middle Eastern dish of poached egg in spicy and robust thick tomato and green chili stew with onions and garlic spiced with North Africa spices from Tunisia and Morocco.
Over the years as my gastronomic adventure begins, I discovered and started to experiment with old fashion authentic recipes from various regions of the Middle East and different Shakshouka recipes was one that I kept trying.
I kept trying until I found a recipe that I really like. It's a recipe from Lebanon which had this fiery red photo with specks of greens amidst the sunny yellow yolks of the dish. When I tried the spicy recipe on my father, he exclaimed that this is exactly like what he had in a cafe in Beirut back in the early 60's! It's is now our favorite
So below's the recipe, albeit with a few tweaks and enhancements, using spices from Athene Spices to make it easier and quicker to make. And it's healthier too.
I assure you shakshouka will be a wonderful change from your usual poached or scrambled egg. It will definitely be great conversation starter during those weekend brunches too, imagine having friends over to share a skillet of this wonderful dish, mopping the gravy and yolks with crusty French bread, fighting over the last bit of gravy.
ingredients - 4 fresh eggs
- 2 tbsp olive oil
- 1 onion, sliced
- 4 garlic, minced
- 2 tsp Athene Spices Ras el Hanout
- 1 tsp Athene Spices Tunisian Harissa
- 1/2 can whole tomatoes
- 1 green chili, de-seeded and sliced
- 1 bunch coriander leaves (chop leaves, roots minced)
- salt to taste
For cooking method, please refer to the video.
Did you go apple picking this fall? Turn those apples into cheddar apple sausage mac! (Or just buy pre-sliced apples like me.) More deets and another recipe on the blog. Link in bio.
#glutenfree @familycirclemag #itsfallyall#lazycook
Hey everyone! (Im still vegan lol) My favorite time of year is here....Crockpot season yas. The crockpot is my ace when it comes to making easy and delicious meals that take little to no energy, like this one. The ribs fall off of the bone after slow cooking for 8 hours😣 After I take the ribs out of the pot, I put more bbq sauce on them, and when I want the ribs to be crispier I put them in the oven for 15 mins. I'm actually heartbroken that I can't eat these, but I guess I can settle for the house smelling amazing all day 😒 I'll post a picture of them later :)
The lazy cook in me came out today after many, many months. Slow cooked oxtail with marrow bones for added flavour, fried up spinach, steamed cauliflower and introducing my loved up smashed orange sweet potato. #comradekid has been nagging about oxtail forever #foodporn#foodie#lazycook#nixmapha#homecooked
Spending a lot of time the past two days taking in such INCREDIBLE works of nature really makes me stop to think. Some of these phenomenons have taken thousands and millions of years to become what they are today. We are SO caught up in instant gratification, immediate results, on demand and easy ‘success’. What if we just had some patience, trusted the process and had some faith? What phenomenal things would happen in our own lives if we practiced what nature has taught us? #deepthoughts