If you’re an egg roll lover, you’re in for a special treat. Today, Dan is sharing his famous egg roll recipe! Here goes nothin’:
• 1 lb lean ground pork (or the meat of your choice) • 1 tsp garlic powder • 1 tsp ground ginger • Pinch of salt • Veggies of your choice (We used carrots, cabbage, snow peas, celery, and onion) • Egg roll wrappers (found in the produce section) • Seed oil of your choice
1) Brown meat in pan with garlic powder, ground ginger, and salt. Set aside in large bowl.
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While in Seattle last week, we spent the day exploring Pike Place Market. If you haven’t been, this is definitely a must-visit destination if love fresh, whole foods. You can find a little bit of everything there!
While exploring the market, we stumbled upon many cool things that were new to us. One of those things was rainbow carrots.
Being completely honest, the Reid family does not like carrots. There, I said it. We’ll tolerate them cooked in
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Salsa is one of our favorite condiments. Not only is it healthy, but it requires minimal ingredients, minimal work, and you can eat it on anything.
Last night we made a tasty Golden Pepper Salsa that we wound up using again this morning. Try it out!
1 medium yellow pepper 1 medium orange pepper 1 medium green apple 1 bunch of cilantro Lemon juice Salt and pepper to taste
Seed and dice the peppers. Core and dice the apple. Chop the cilantro. Add all ingredients together,
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Lessons & Traditions: Road Trip Style
For the first two weeks of our trip, we didn’t have any refrigeration in our Airstream trailer. We relied on coolers to keep our perishables chilled. While using the coolers wasn’t so bad, it did make meal planning more of a chore than ever.
Teaching moment: Driving through the plains of Oklahoma without that crucial “modern conveniences” had me thinking about the first settlers in that area. Those brave men and women roughed it without so much as ice. I wondered what they
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Cereal Can Be Healthy!
Cold cereal — whether good or bad — has never been a big part of our family breakfast. But I recently purchased some Kashi brand cereal for a “Snack Wars” event, and Marshall discovered it. This is what he made:
He layered mango, low fat plain yogurt, and Kashi cereal in a sundae glass. Then he drizzled a little honey over top! It is so yummy we have eaten several days now for
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Simple Ingredients Yield Delicious and Nutritious Dinner
A simple combination of spices and common ingredients (at least in our pantry and refrigerator) brought forth this delicious and hearty Indian Stew. It is vegetarian but we added a garnish of crispy bacon for those members of our family that require meat in every dinner dish. As with all of our recipes they are not hard and fast follows. You can modify any way you wish. If you don’t have sweet red bell peppers, don’t worry about it.
Ingredients Cooked rice of your preference, enough for
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