Uh...I have a whole cabinet + 3 boxes full of tea at work (I'm just a little crazy about my teas). My current favorite is David's Tea "Super Ginger" (organic ginger + peppercorns, it tastes like a really spicy ginger cookie..perfect for afternoon break) and the one thing I will never be without at the office: my Breville variable temp kettle.
5 Teas to Keep in Your Desk Drawer
|3/12/13 3:28 PM|
I also eat primarily protein and veggies (and have lost 160+ lbs eating this way). Try cauliflower rice - its simple to make once you get the hang of it and can be used in any dish you would have previously used rice (in stir fry, with chile, topped with meats or cheeses...its all great). Here in central TX, we like to make "cheese rice" this way: rice the cauliflower in the food processor (using the cheese grater blade), steam it in microwave steamer (about 8 minutes normally for a large head of cauliflower), drain an 8oz can of green chiles& diced tomatoes (we use Rotel), melt 4 to 6 oz cheddar cheese. Mix the "rice", cheese and Rotel quickly, just after melting the cheese. Alternatively, combine the rice, drained Rotel and unmelted cheese and microwave until the cheese melts or stick under the broiler for a more casserole effect.
Recipe Ideas for a Restricted Diet of Proteins and Vegetables? Good Questions
|11/7/12 9:37 AM|
This one is AMAZING : The French Culinary Institute's Salute to Healthy Cooking. It has the most amazing food (best and simplest asparagus soup in the world), that works both for me (paleo, cooking enthusiast) and my husband (diabetic). This would be one of my favorite books, even if we were not cooking diabetic friendly.
Can You Recommend Diabetic-Friendly Cookbooks Aimed at Non-Diabetic Cooks? Good Questions
|9/17/12 10:40 PM|
Try Thibaut's Tea House collection - the Cantonese in pearl is stunning:
Sources for Chinoiserie Wallpaper Patterns? Good Questions
|6/27/12 9:00 PM|