After a quasi-eternity in cryofreeze, I am pleased to announce that, not unlike Captain Steve Rogers, the Crispy Cupboard is back in action!
It’s been a long period of excessive busyness, life changes, and the overall unpleasantness of adulting, but it’s time to brush the dust off my trusty li’l laptop and get back to inflicting my kitchen experiments on the unsuspecting public.
To celebrate, I’m posting this spur-of-the-moment creation that almost (but not quite) jumped out of my semi-empty fridge and threw itself together.
The best part of starting up a new week is savoring a steaming cup of caffeinated happiness. The challenge, of course, is resisting the sugary siren song of the neighborhood Starbucks. Fear not my beloved froo-froo coffee-drinkers! You can have your latte and drink it too. This nourishing alternative to a coffee-house latte is ready in 20 seconds, and will keep you fueled for hours.
I am the proud owner of a drool-worthy stash of organic leeks, courtesy of my CSA share. They are beyond doubt my current obsession. Leeks are the super-model cousin of the familiar onion: slender, elegant, and irresistible.
Together with some simple spices, they are the star of today’s dinner feature: a one-pan salmon bake that you can throw together in 5 minutes. All you need is 7 ingredients, a baking dish, and a cutting board, and you’ll be on your way to a fragrant, savory omega-3 extravaganza. If you think you don’t like salmon, this recipe may convert you.
This is officially my first blog post. Which means it needed to be special! And celebratory. And fun! So logically that means it needed to involve chocolate. Chocolate fudgey gooiness, to be precise. Even better…chocolate fudgey gooey high-protein, primal-friendly, grain-free, low-carb happiness! In other words…
These babies have infiltrated Super Bowl parties and camping trips without once blowing their cover. They are that good…