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International Journal of Obesity and Related Metabolic Disorders
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Elettra Wiedemann, founder of the Impatient Foodie blog and author of its eponymous cookbook, is here to tell us. Elettra takes us on her unique path that includes founding a pop-up restaurant, jumping in as the Executive Food Editor at Refinery29 and strategically boosting her triathlon performance. Plus, some Human Venn Diagram wisdom from a psychic!
Hey everyone! So this is going to be my first post in a series of student-friendly recipes I’ll be posting. This is kind of a mash-up of like 3 different veggie omelette recipes I saw, so this is by no means an original recipe. Hope you enjoy!
Prep: 5 minutes
Cook: 10 minutes
You will need:
2 large eggs
½ cup cooked + chopped baby spinach (I use frozen spinach for convenience)
½ cup shredded parmesan
2 cherry tomatoes, diced (or ¼ cup canned tomatoes will work as well)
¼ cup white onion, diced
¼ tsp. garlic powder
Salt and pepper to taste
Heat some vegetable oil in a medium skillet on medium-high,
saute onions and spinach until the onions are slightly golden brown. Take it out of the skillet and set aside.
Beat eggs together in a bowl.
Add sauteed mixture, diced tomatoes, and parmesan to eggs. Season with garlic powder and salt/pepper to taste. Mix until well combined.
Pour the mixture in skillet over medium-high heat and cook until the edges are brown
Flip and cook for 2-3 minutes
Add as many vegetables as you like! Green bell pepper and/or mushrooms will work well in this recipe
If you would like some spice, this is amazing with some Sriracha
That’s all I have! Feel free to send me an ask if you have any questions/comments/concerns. I’d love to hear from you! :)
The Yashim detective series features an intrepid Turkish sleuth
who whips up marvelous feasts in between solving crimes. In the novels, new dishes
pop up often enough to leave readers perpetually ravenous, and many readers
wrote author Jason Goodwin to beg for the recipes. Now they have them – Goodwin’s
new cookbook is called Yashim Cooks
Benefit of pre-ordering? You can get a FREE 5x7 print of your choosing!
Just put a link to the art (of mine, cough) you want in the notes
during check-out and bam, it’s yours! (Offer ends April 17th, so hope on
that if you want it!)
Up and Eat 2! is the follow-up to the first Shut Up and Eat!, with a
complete meal written for each episode of series 9, from the prequel of
The Doctor’s Meditation to the 2015 Christmas special. With over sixty
recipes (more than before!) following the course of the season,having
everything from entrees to desserts to beverages for all ages, there is
quite a lot to feast on and try. Recipes are easy to follow and are
great for all ages (just be sure a parent is around to help little kids
Any questions you got I’ll be happy to answer. Thanks everyone for your support with this and with the previous cookbook! OUTRO LINK!
On your resolution list you say you want to cook more. Would you like us to submit some recipes? What kinds of foods do you like (/can you eat)
oh my gosh i love??? this idea???? i mean the caveat here is that i am a TERRIBLE COOK, like really really bad, like imagine if you were teaching a 4-year-old to cook and didn’t trust them with knives or around electrical sockets. that’s….about where i’m at.
THAT BEING SAID i would LOVE TO GET RECIPES FROM ALL OF YOU! i’m a pescatarian, so i eat seafood, dairy, and eggs, but otherwise don’t eat meat. what if we made 2016 The Year That Tumblr Taught Molly How To Cook? i’m obsessed with this idea. would you guys…want to do that?