when you set a calendar reminder two weeks in advance for Whole Foods’s lobster sale AND showed up before 10:30 am to make sure you got there WELL before the lobster were all sold out.
Buzzfeed’s impeccably curated list of life-changing quesadillas is not to be missed.
Do you have any advice/recipes to share that would help me use this up?
Rice flour, oatmeal, bran, sunflower seed, olive bread. Or some such.
I just saw: “tomato, feta, avocado, olive oil, garlic salt dip”
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Looks like Mama just got herself a bucket list. Thanks, Food and Wine!
I’m looking at you, food bloggers! Maybe you replaced oil with applesauce or butter with greek yogurt, but that doesn’t make your cookies/bread/cupcakes healthy. (See also: every pinterest recipe called “Healthy Chocolate Chip Cookies” or some such…)
That word is usually reserved for something with actual nutritional value*. And the cup and a half of stevia you want me to use sort of negates the small benefits of the trace amounts of applesauce and greek yogurt (which, granted, have in this case a teeny tiny amount of nutritional value) that will wind up in a serving of this recipe.
What you mean is, “this cookie/bread/cupcake has fewer calories, or less saturated fat,” but your recipe is not healthy.
Of course, now that I’ve said all that, I’m happy to cook the full-fat, full-sugar recipe, I just wanted to get out some frustration with the mis-use of the word ‘healthy.’
*As determined by the health benefits the food can provide.
Some book came out awhile ago about how women can “have it all.” All, I think, meant a job, and kids, and a house, and a husband. I don’t know, I didn’t read it, it sounded fucking dumb.
I like tumblr’s version of having it all, where all means simultaneously watching “Breaking Bad” and the Emmys, gif’ing the latter, hate-sharing celeb tweets, posting photos of adorable baby animals, and still managing a fair number of fashion and snack food posts.
We have it all tumblr, we have it all.