Leftovers for breakfast. A beautiful thing.
Zucchini Quiche Cornbread tastes even better after a night in the fridge.
With plenty of peaches. Iâ€™m trying to tear through an entire box before they go â€“ I think Iâ€™m the only one in the house who really likes peaches. Iâ€™ll accept responsibility for saving all the peaches. Someoneâ€™s gotta do it!
Meals by the Book
I saw this easy â€˜recipeâ€™ â€“ really a formula â€“ on Runners World this morning and wanted to share. Iâ€™m always a fan of formula meals because they are so flexible, and if you donâ€™t have all the â€˜rightâ€™ ingredients, thatâ€™s more than okay. This dish is simply a combo of protein, beans, tomatoes, spices, and greens. The idea is you make a big batch once and have lunch all week long. Score!
The style of the recipe reminded me of this great page on No Meat Athlete â€“ a general formula for an excellent smoothie, no matter what your ingredients. He also has a formula for the perfect energy bar.
Most of my dinners are formula meals â€“ stir-fries! All you need is a base (rice, quinoa, etc.), a protein (cast iron tofu, lentils, beans, or meat if thatâ€™s your thing), veggies, and a sauce. Easy, easy. Thereâ€™s a chart of veggie bowl combinations in the Healthy Tipping Point book, too. Clearly, I love formula meals. Do you?