Good morning, Pookie Head! Happy Wednesday! Happy hump day! Things have been busy around here, so I thought I’d just post a random update about life on the ranch and at The Merc. I posted this on Instagram last week, but wanted to share here. This is my favorite shirt of all time. If I…
I put this together the other night and I thought I would share.
2 cans Goya Chickpeas
1/4 – 1/2 cup shredded cheese of your choice – I used a 3 cheese blend
2 tablespoons grated parmesan [kraft green can]
salt, pepper, garlic, oregano – to taste
Mix together and dump into an oven safe container – I used a pyrex. Bake at 375 for 20-30 minutes until chickpeas are hot through and the cheese has melted.
Makes a yummy side dish for pretty much anything. My kids love anything when you add cheese. If you wanted to make it a main dish you could always add more chickpeas and any kind of diced meat to turn it into more of a casserole. Chickpeas are more versatile than most people think.
My Wonderful Husband knocked Christmas out of the park this year. He did so with one simply item – a food processor. I hit at things every year – as us wives normally do – and my husband usually takes the “under advisement” and goes a different, just as thoughtful route. This year I received exactly what I asked for – thanks in part to my lovely Stepson who reminded his Father that they will get to eat whatever I make with it! I asked for the 7-cup but in hindsight and taken how much I love it I should have asked for the 11 or 13 cup work bowl.
This fantastic little kitchen appliance has made Chicken Spaghetti Squash Casserole, Yellow Squash “mac” and cheese, Hummus, Falafel style chickpea patties with spinach and ham, Sweet Potato, Carrot, Ginger cream soup, taken the tears out of chopping onions, and even made my kids beg for broccoli. You heard right, Dear Friend, BEG….FOR…BROCCOLI! Continue reading “Everyone needs a Cuisinart in their lives”
So, like so many people I have been fighting the masses of fast and over processed convenience when it comes to my food. It simply amazes me that I can get a burger and fries and a regular Coke for under 5 bucks at any fast food place, McDonald’s, Burger King, Wendy’s – take your pick. A Salad and a bottle of water – you better be ready to had over a $10.00 and that is just for you let alone the poor choices provided for your children. Continue reading “More Veggies”