Challah French Toast.

So my husband has started a new hobby with baking bread. And cinnamon rolls. I love to cook and read cookbooks and magazines and put a lot of thought together and then throw shit together. He’s a chemist, so he likes to be methodical. I teach 7th grade Humanities (SS and LA). But I used his challah bread and made an amazing French toast. 🙂

I used 8 eggs and about a cup of milk. I whisked them with a tablespoon of cinnamon and a splash of vanilla. Oh, also a shit ton of butter; a stick in the batter that was already soft and more in the pan each batch. I also made bacon, because duh.

First Summer Farmers Market!

So the farmer’s market near me has been open for a few weeks. Today is the first day I went… it was glorious! I went a little vegetarian crazy and got veggie samosas, mushroom matar curry sauce, paneer butter masala, veggie tamales and green medium sauce and a couple of veggie pies. I also got a few beautiful foraged mushrooms that I might add to my paneer masala.

Wow Poke N Juice

First time visit, but not the last. Tofu, chickpeas, carrots, spinach, black olives, pineapple, sesame seeds, brown rice, and quinoa. Delicious. Came with a miso soup. I got 2 juices, the Sweet Madam (pineapple, apple, strawberry, orange, and ginger) and the ABC( apple, beet, carrot, lemon).

Hands down, best miso soup ever! and the bowl and juice were full of flavor with sesame oil and the house sauce. There are lots of sauces, but these were my favorites.

If you have one of these near you, check it out!

Family Dinner- Lasagna

We had a great Saturday night family dinner. I made 2 lasagnas. All the noodles were boiled and cooled. The meat one was beef with all the Italian spices. The sauce was Barilla. The Cheese one contained a whole tub of ricotta. I have done these before on the blog. The best part was the family. Best friends and Uncles and Aunts to my girls.