This is the food you should be eating and not eat! Eat This, Not That! We met online to discuss some of our favorite recipes from quarantine to support one another during this challenging period of time.
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1. Dark Chocolate Chip Banana Nut Bread
“I made my mom’s recipe, however I added chocolate chunks of dark. Chocolate can make everything taste better. Bake the cake at 350F for about 50 minutes. The surface will become slightly crisper, but the inside will be soft and soft. The chocolate inside is delicious. Nothing is better than just one or two of them. I prefer the chocolate and walnuts. This bread is a comfort food and delicious.
“I was walking on a Sunday and came across my favorite Hummus shop open an open market for their products. They also had freshly baked pita bread. It made me want shakshuka. It was feasible to create the ETNT Shakshuka version or the Italian eggs-in-purgatory variation, however I decided to make my own using ingredients I found in my fridge and pantry.
Sauteed peppers and onions, garlic, tomatoes that have been roasted in the fire, as well as four eggs. Breakfast is finished off with the feta cheese and chopped parsley. I kept the pita breads in freezers and then toast each one according to the need.
3. Philly Cheesesteaks
My mom made Philly Cheesesteaks with onions and bell peppers. Mama served the potato with the baked potatoes. I like to dip them into the organic mustard from Trader Joe’s. I also added mayonnaise and cheese to my cheesesteak to increase the flavor. To make my meal more lively, I put strawberries to my plate. A note to the wise: Toasted buns are the absolute best choice.
4. Lentil Soup
While working from home, I’ve enjoyed lentil soup for lunch. It is possible to make it yourself using the ingredients you have in your pantry or purchase it ready-made and then freeze it. I’m an avid Ina Garten fan. We are actually in the same town. Since the beginning of last week, she’s posted recipes on Instagram. Her Stewed Tomatoes & Lentils recipe was the inspiration for my own version.
5. Egg + Toast and Grits
My husband and I have different work schedules differ. My husband usually sleeps when he comes home at night, while I get up early to start my day. We are now able to have breakfast with me while I work from home. Breakfast is usually eggs bacon, eggs, fruit and toast. Sometimes, grits might be served. It’s not extravagant, but it’s an opportunity to have fun together in a positive setting.