Leftover butternut squash, beans, and corn, make their way on to my breakfast platter (in the form of a sautéed spinach salad). Plus a simple cheesy omelette, topped with tomatoes, and capers.
@ForksOverKnives recommends serving this summer stew over brown rice, but all I have is the good stuff :) ((Kidding.)) ((Not really.)) YOU get a meal prep! YOU get a meal prep!
((I had to chop a butternut squash for this, so I will be awarding myself a few points; tyvm.)) For this summer stew recipe, I used butternut squash, pinto beans, corn, onions, garlic, fresh basil, salt, and pepper.
Another mise en place of pain. ((WHAT MELISSA MAKE?))
Melissa is... (what's the word I'm looking for here?) fucked. ((Melissa is fucked.))
Meatloaf meal prep, plated. ((Melissa can't be clever all the time; Melissa gets tired.)) ((Don't you get tired?))
If you are my friend in real life on this day (in the past) -- you are getting some free mixed veggies to go!!! HOORAY!!!
Whole Foods has a frozen "coastal blend" of vegetables, with carrots, corn, broccoli, and edamame, which I use frequently, but I happened to have all those veggies on hand today (in the past), so I made my own coastal blend (plus...
Homemade burrito bowl. ((I'm comin' for you, Chipotle.))
Last of the refried beans (finally), plus some left over corn, and half a potato latke from Whole Foods. ((Bit of a clean-out-the-fridge kind of breakfast platter, but a breakfast platter nonetheless!))
Honor thy meatloaf and microgreens.
Turkey meatloaf meal prep with LOTS of veggies: peas, broccoli, and green beans (from frozen, from Trader Joe's); potatoes, peppers, and onions (from frozen, from Trader Joe's); corn, carrots, broccoli, and edamame (from frozen, from Whole Foods). ((See, that wasn't so hard.))
Una fiesta de tacos (con pollo) ((from my BBQ sauce challenge)) ((...my challenge de BBQ sauce)). ((Ridiculous.))
Very recently, I would have told you I don't like beans; I order my burritos without beans; I order everything without beans -- I don't like beans. But then...
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I tried a papusa. If you don't know what that is, all you really need to know is there's cheese in the middle.