Let me just start by saying OMG this was fantastical. This one will definitely go down as one of the top 10 recipes we’ve tested so far. It is ballz-to-the-wallz amazing! And now I’m just going to stop yapping and just jump straight to it, because you need to just read this post and go to the grocery store immediately.
Guess who’s baaaaack? We’ve been total lazy a$$hats lately, so I’m going to stop guilt-tripping myself and just jump right in to a statement of how much I love my slow cooker now that I have this new full-time job and I can’t seem to find any free time for anything. So, when I saw this easy peasy looking recipe online that also provided one of the yummiest warm sandwiches out there, I just had to give it a try!
So, I have to fess up…figuring out where to get free time to write posts while adjusting to a new full-time job has proved to be a little more challenging than I originally thought. Additionally, loosing access to a computer which I can use to edit and watermark our images has also put a damper on a few things. I’m hoping to get the computer issue sorted out soon, but I’m still working on figuring out the time thing. Turns out being an adult kind of sucks and hobbies have to be planned out now.
Either way, I want to take this opportunity to apologize for being a total slacker and ease back in with a Pinterest find that comes with absolutely amazing step-by-step instructions with fantastic images, so this post will not feature our usual format. Instead, I’ll show you what I ended up with and give you a detailed review since there definitely were a few hiccups that I really think you should note before making this otherwise delicious home-made Thai delicacy.
So, the latest (I don’t really think I can call it a fad, since it’s a take on what our Stone-Age ancestors had access to over 2.5 million years ago…so they’ve kind of done it before it was cool) diet is a modern rendition of the Paleolithic Diet. Apparently, this modern version of what is assumed was an ancient nutritional plan shies away from the commodities brought by modern agriculture. According to Wikipedia this “diet consists mainly of fish, grass-fed pasture raised meats, eggs, vegetables, fruit, fungi, roots, and nuts, and excludes grains, legumes, dairy products, potatoes, refined salt, refined sugar, and processed oils.” Although the anthropological data isn’t necessarily backing this hunter-gatherer’s nutrition lifestyle, the world of Pinterest is definitely in tune, cause there is a crazy amount of paleo recipes available.
Let me start off by saying that though the picture doesn’t look remotely like what’s on the Cooking Light Magazine’s website, the recipe has passed the most scrupulous test. And that, ladies and gents is the test of taste buds in my husband’s mouth. Read more
Hey, guess who’s back!? Long time no read! Yeah, yeah I know I have failed you all miserably and you must have missed my ridiculously tempting Pinterest finds, but I promise I have a great excuse for the disappearing act – I got a brand spankin’ new job!! I am now a Marketing Specialist for a small consulting firm close to where I live and I’m super duper excited about this new opportunity!