If you are a sushi lover (or even if you think you aren’t a sushi lover), you are going to absolutely love these homemade Spicy Shrimp Sushi Bowls. I have been making this for my family for a few years, and it is something my husband requests frequently. Think deconstructed sushi. That sounds so fancy. Maybe I should call this deconstructed sushi. Nah.
Makes 6 servings
Hands-On Time 35 min.
Total Time 1 hour, 10 min.
1 tsp. table salt
1 cup plain yellow cornmeal
1⁄2 tsp. Montreal steak seasoning
1 cup (4 oz.) shredded sharp Cheddar cheese, divided
1 lb. ground chuck
1 cup chopped onion
1 medium zucchini, cut in half lengthwise and sliced (about 2 cups)
1 Tbsp. olive oil
2 (14 1⁄2-oz.) cans petite diced tomatoes, drained
1 (6-oz.) can tomato paste
2 Tbsp. chopped fresh flat-leaf parsley
This project was super simple and cost me a total of $0.00 because I had everything on hand. Chances are you probably do too! I am a fan of cute paper… I have a large collection of scrapbook paper just because I think it’s…. colorful and cute.
I have to admit, I was hesitant to share this recipe. Only because it doesn’t look very appealing. But, it was so tasty and so easy to make, that I thought it would be silly to hold back. I’m also going to go out on a limb here and say this recipe boarders on the healthy side too *gasp*.
Eight O’Clock Coffee has come up with a simple recipe you can whip up in no time. Enjoy it in honor of this food holiday, or make it anytime to cool down this summer and get a refreshing jolt!
Do you have a favorite holiday cookie recipe? I know in my family, my grandfather loves to bake up some delicious cookies that we look forward to each year. I wanted to share with you some of our favorite cookie recipes below.
As parents we strive to bring up healthy, educated individuals who are endowed with all the necessary skills for living a successful and fulfilled life. We are responsible for our children’s wellbeing, and a lot of times a lot of our effort goes into making sure immediate, primary needs, are being taken care of. Chances are we are already well on our way to promoting healthy habits such as eating right and maintaining an active lifestyle, but there are other healthy habits that can stem from early childhood and for which we, as parents, are responsible. It is therefore advisable that we make it our best effort to instill those positive habits in our little ones.
Just by taking an informal survey out on the streets you would think that books have killed off the e-reader entirely. If you head out to the beach or on the train or elsewhere in public you will notice that more and more people are turning to books rather than those electronic companions. So what is actually happening?
This delicious dessert recipe for Molten Chocolate Cake comes from Everyday Food’s book, “Great Food Fast.”
Cake, cream, and berries combine in a treat that’s twice as delectable as the sum of its parts. The buttery cake soaks up the strawberry juices, while the whipped cream adds an airy richness.
You just gave birth! Whew. The excitement, turmoil, pain, sleeplessness, food cravings, and swollen feet are over, but you’ve got a whole new set of lovely challenges to face. You’re so in love with your little snuggle-box that you can hardly stand to be away from them, but you crave some time to get yourself back in order – how can a person be so emotionally torn? Is it possible that you need a Mommy Makeover?
Here’s the thing about Beef & Broccoli, when you buy it frozen at the store it is just not the same. Those little bags boasting restaurant flavor, being easy as 1-2-3. Eh, not really a fan.
Before you say “ew, yuck” on the flavor combination, just hear me out for a second. This ice cream is delicious and almost tastes like mousse. It is so creamy, fluffy and light, you would never know it wasn’t made in a maker. Yes, it doesn’t even need an ice cream maker or salt! It only requires a few things and will take less than 10 minutes to make! I bet you already have most of the things on hand!
This is a cool decorative piece if you have a bar area in your home…or maybe it would be a nice statement piece in your kitchen, besides, you could always make one with the word “Eat” or “Family” or anything you want. Perhaps your child’s name in their nursery? The possibilities are many!
With college expenses soaring into the upper stratosphere, you could buy a house for what it costs to send each of your children to college; so if you want your kids to attend college, it will probably take some financial planning on your part to make that happen. Consider the following 6 smart ideas for financing your children’s college educations: