🌟 Welcome to the first of a new style of articles here at Jezebel’s Feast tagged as “Quick Recipe Tips.”
Alright, people! We’re trying something new. While writing about food is my comfort zone, this is a Sustainable Lifestyle Blog. Therefore, I am generally always working on a million projects, recipes and sustainable living articles simultaneously.
I love to write in-depth feature-style pieces, but I’ve come to terms with the fact that there just aren’t enough hours in the day. 🤷🏽♀️
The photo above was taken at one of my “secret” spots in Magnuson Park which has become a favorite cycling destination in Seattle. I have wanted to write about outdoor cycling for a while now, and must say that my experience of getting into it over the past year would not have happened if not for the Pandemic.
There’s only so much you can say to someone to create a picture of what you’re describing. while I think there is great value in the written word, I also want to show you what I’m talking about. If pictures are worth…
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Ribollita is a testament to cooking with sustainability in mind… ♻️
There are countless examples of dishes like this in just about every culture that has ever existed on our planet. The poor are forced to create meals out of what little they had, and over time, with ingenuity, these dishes arise like a phoenix from the ashes.
Scraps are reimagined and repurposed to delightful results… This is an essential aspect of what cooking sustainably is about.
Ribollita is one of my all-time favorite versatile vegetable stews. I was introduced to it while working in the casual fine dining Italian…
Most Green Smoothie Recipes Fail 🤷🏽♀️
They’re either too sweet, not sweet enough, or worse… watery. After spending years working professionally as a craft cocktail bartender, I’m probably hyper-aware of how important proportions are to creating a balanced drink. Dissatisfied, I set off on this journey not knowing I would discover the Ultimate Nutritious Delicious Green Smoothie.
Are you not disgusted by the sickeningly sweet taste of most bottled green smoothies found at the grocery store? Conversely, when you order a green smoothie at a juice bar, are you left with feeling there is a lot to be desired with…
The elusive DIY pizza.
It sounds like a fun project at first until you end up with a complete mess of a kitchen and lackluster results.
Don’t turn away from me. You shouldn’t be ashamed of past failures with making pizza at home. I nearly gave up myself on ever achieving restaurant-quality pizza.
The dough is never right (too thick, thin, soft, or hard). The sauce is off. Too watery, bland, or chunky.
Your pizza at home never has the same “look” as the pizzas you had enjoyed dining out (you know, when restaurants were still a thing).