While it does seem to be very fun, it kind of scares me. Is cauliflower ever supposed to be purple, yellow, or green?! It just doesn't seem right. Which brings me to my current ponderance. I've been making baby food for the past few months and thinking about what I would want Olivia to eat vs. what Jim and I sometimes put in our own bodies. I've been trying to educate myself on what to buy organicly... here's a list if you're interested. There are other lists out there and it seems like there are different variations, too.
The down side to buying organic food is the price... but I guess you have to think about what kinds of chemicals you're willing to put in your body.
Anyway, enough about that for now. Here are a few things I've made that you might enjoy! :-)
|Avocado Grilled Cheese|
I actually found this idea on Pinterest. I heart Pinterest! It's just grilled cheese (grilled on my fabulous grill pan) with some avocado slices. Amazing! If you like avocado, that is. That link under the picture will take you to not a ton of grilled cheese ideas. Check 'em out.
Straight from the Bayou to your table. Just kidding! I actually found a box (yes, I know, this goes against everything I was just saying about being careful about what to put in your body) of creole rice mix that you could add chicken or shrimp to... so I did. It was in my pantry from I don't know how long ago. Someday I'm going to try to make one of these versions of Shrimp Creole... they just seem like they would be better than a boxed version (thought it was mighty tasty and lasted me all week long!).
|Crescent Roll Pizza|
Ugh. Okay, I shouldn't start off that way. Jimmy really liked this! A complete Alissa original recipe. :-) Haha. I thought it was kind of a flop.
I sprayed a cookie sheet with olive oil and then put down some crescent roll dough. Next, I added some sauce, chopped cilantro, shallots, chunks of mozzarella, bits of taco meat (because I always seem to have leftover taco meat in the fridge), and mushrooms (only to my side). I baked it in a 350 degree oven for eh, about 8 minutes because my oven cooks everything at the speed of light.
Don't get me wrong, this probably would have been amazing as an actual pizza. You know, on pizza dough. It was weird on crescent roll dough. Jimmy scarfed it down, though. Hehe. So, I guess it wasn't a total flop.
That's all for now! I've been making lots of different salads recently... all of them good! I'm going through a little corn-on-the-cob phase. Does anyone make it a special way that's yummy? I'd love to have some new ideas! :-)