Not jeans. Not jammies. Work pants. AND A FORKING BRA. After a two week holiday I had to go back to work, and actually work in the office, so pants and a bra were required. I thought I’d go all out too – I wore heels. Putting pants on did make me feel better; wearing… Read More I had to put pants and a bra on today. And we had pizza for dinner. – A Short Story
I know, sushi doesn’t seem like a lazy dinner but I’ve made it so many times, that it doesn’t take much time at all anymore. Once you get the rolling part down, it’s quick and easy. Tonight’s lazy sushi was celery/cucumber/bell pepper/argula for the ladies and the same for the Spousal Unit except with added… Read More Lazy Sushi Night #dinnerwiththedeezys
The Spousal Unit likes pickled jalapenos with his eggs, so every other Sunday I make a batch while I am meal prepping. This is the easiest way to make them and they last in the fridge for a couple of weeks. They are NOT canned jalapenos. I repeat – this is NOT a canning recipe.… Read More Pickled Jalapenos – jalapeno, jalapeno, who’s got a carrot!?
My friend Mayra gave met this banana muffin recipe and after I tried it for the first time, I immediately threw away any other trace of banana muffin recipes that were in my kitchen. Just kidding. But seriously, these are the best and easiest vegan banana muffins in the world. Here’s a photo of them… Read More Easy Banana Muffins – make them or you’ll regret it forever
We were never really big hot dog eaters before we went vegan, so I don’t buy vegan hotdogs very often. But when I started seeing “carrot dog” recipes floating around, I was intrigued because I really do love carrots. And bread. So carrot dogs sound pretty good. I followed Tabitha Brown‘s carrot dog recipe (see… Read More Carrot Dogs – The Tabitha Brown Method
Today was a big gardening day. I pulled the rest of the potato plants and was pleasantly surprised to see how many we had. They were still small but there was a fair yield. I will definitely be planting potatoes again next year in larger and deeper beds so that they have more space to… Read More The Gardening Chronicles – June 7th 2020
Here’s a quick potato update! It’s only been a few of days since I pulled the first potato plant but I decided to pull the second batch of potatoes today because another one of the plots looks to be pretty dried up. This plant yielded more than the first did! Success! These potatoes are about… Read More The Gardening Chronicles – June 3rd 2020
The bell pepper plants are getting TALL but we don’t have any babies on them yet. I need to do some more research on bell pepper plants because they’re just kind of hanging out right now and I don’t really know what to expect from them. The baby sweet peppers next to them are still… Read More The Gardening Chronicles – June 1st 2020
Okay, just a quick update today. In the last 10 days, things have grown quickly! I really think that the homemade compost packed a punch and is helping my little babies grow even more. I made my own bug repellent because I didn’t want to buy any harsh chemicals to keep little friends away.… Read More The Gardening Chronicles – May 20th 2020
May 12th – a shit ton of spinach, baby greens, and kale (I had about half of this for lunch this day and stored the rest for later in the week) May 14th – 2 zucchini and 1 squash (this was the first harvest of zucchini and squash, yay! I gave it to my… Read More May Harvests!