There’s quite an odd juxtaposition with tabbouleh (ta-BOO-lee) for multiple reasons. This isn’t one of your whip-it-up-in-a-pinch salads. It’s tedious. You have to really, really want tabbouleh. The zinger is that there are people who don’t enjoy tabbouleh. Parsley’s flavor is bitter and peppery, and its texture coarse and uninviting.
You either love them or hate them, and I probably already lost half of you with the title. They are a controversial vegetable. The smell alone causes great consternation among those living with you. For those who are still here, do I have a recipe for you! You can cook
Y’all, my family is in some serious need of a healthy meal. Juliana and I returned late, really late, like 3am late from visiting my parents on Sunday. If I’m ever away, my husband has a superpower that kicks in. It’s surviving off what I would think is an empty
I’ve had people ask me “what’s your favorite thing to cook?” and I never quite knew how to answer them. There’s so much to cook, how can I decide?! Welp, I think I figured it out–– it’s soup! It’s a bit anticlimactic, I’m aware. Heck, some people don’t even like soup.
Ya’ll, what’s with the kale trend? It’s so trendy that I keep having to stop myself from capitalizing the ‘K’! I mean, I get it. It’s quite delicious, abundant, and makes us feel warm and fuzzy in the health category. Do you ever wonder if other foods were as trendy