Food Love

|Watermelon Update Part Two|

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Sad day. We went out and checked our melon, creamy white on the bottom so it was ready to eat!

Cut in to it and this is what we get:

I think the outside was deceiving me! It wasn’t ready or maybe it was a dud, I don’t know. On a brighter note, it tasted good. Just not as “watermelony”… is that even a word?? Ha!

I blended it up and made ice pops for the boy. He loved them! All in all, I guess it was a win. ๐Ÿ™‚


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|Fried Green Tomatoes|

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‘Tis the season for fried green tomatoes. My boss gave me about 6-7 green tomatoes and instead of letting them ripen, I decided to bread and freeze them until I was ready to eat them. Best. Decision. Ever. 

Breading consisted of equal parts bread crumbs and corn meal with a little salt and pepper. Dip in egg, dip in batter. Place on sheet pan in freezer and then place in ziplock bag when frozen. 

What makes this even better? When you are ready to fry them babies up, you don’t even have to thaw them out! Place them directly in your hot oil. 

I served mine on toasted sourdough bread with thinly sliced purple onions and cilantro lime mayo. 

Cilantro Lime Mayo

[For two sandwiches]

  • Juice from 1/2 of a lime
  • 4 tbsp mayo
  • 1/4 cup chopped cilantro

Completely satisfying to the very last bite!

Until the next tomato fries,

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|Spicy Korean Chicken Wings|

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Blue Apron has yet to disappoint me. This meal has to be by far the โ€ขeasiestโ€ข that I have made over the last five or six weeks that I’ve been subscribed.IMG_1345

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Doesn’t that look just absolutely delicious?? Well, it was! When I say it was super easy, it was super easy, and surprisingly quick to make. The most work was tapping my fingers on the countertop waiting for the oven timer to go off while the chicken was roasting. Total time? Probably 40 minutes, and 30 of that was cook time for chicken. Tommy and I were both skeptical about the “Bok choy and rice cakes”, but it paired perfectly with the flavors of the chicken. Obviously this meal is kid friendly, at least my kid ate it! Rhett absolutely tore the rice cakes up! [I’m pretty sure he ate more than I did] Great meal! Two thumbs up!ย I keep raving on and on about Blue Apron, but I have yet to find a negative within this company. It truly is worth the experience.

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