The story of these breakfast sausage patties goes back a few years to when we were living in 2 countries at once. When we were first married, we had a fair bit of complications involving immigration that resulted in one of us on each side of the border for 4 years. So every weekend one of us would make the 6 hour trip, (one way) to see the other one for the weekend.
Somedays it seems distractions abound. I’m just sitting at my desk trying to think of the right words to tell you about how good this smoothie is. But for some reason, the words are slow to come today. So then I thought having a piece of chocolate might provide some inspiration.
Today’s recipe for Thai Green Curry comes to you by reader request. I love getting recipe requests, so if you’d ever like to see something in particular, be sure and let me know!
I’m not sure why I’ve never made lotion bars before, but I’m making up for lost time now! They’re even easier to make than homemade lotion because there’s no need to be emulsifying liquid together with oil. Lotion bars are solid, with no liquid ingredients at all, which also makes them incredibly shelf stable.
I had the idea for this recipe over a year ago, but I got hung up on my poor choice of title at the time, and the idea ended up on the back burner. I was just south of LA having fish tacos with my cousin at this absolutely phenomenal place. (Whenever I’m near the ocean, I make it my business to eat as many fish tacos as possible as they’re one of my favorite foods, second only to pizza.)
I’ve been mixing up my smoothies quite a bit lately, and it’s been lots of fun! The idea for this one is based off some rather unhealthy morning glory muffins I used to make. They had the best warm cinnamony flavor, sort of reminiscent of carrot cake, (which I have a healthier version of coming soon). And I thought those flavors would make for an awesome smoothie, especially when I’m craving something sweet in the morning.
I often find myself craving something sweet for breakfast, so I’m always working on new recipes to satisfy this craving and still be healthy. Nice cream is always a good place to start because it has the texture of ice cream and satisfies my need for something sweet, but it’s completely made from fruit. And really who doesn’t want ice cream for breakfast, or is that just my particular fascination?
I can’t remember exactly when I first tasted curried chicken salad, but I was hooked from the first bite. It was so much more fun than the straight up classic, and it became something I looked for on restaurant menus. However I do remember the exact moment I knew I needed to finally make my own version.