I am officially sick of salad, but I’m praying that you aren’t like me and eat the same meal once a day for two weeks (excluding breakfast. The same breakfast everyday is a-okay with me.). That means that when you look at pictures of this salad, you think “YUM” and not “not again.” Even though I kinda frown at the spring mix in my fridge at the moment, it still definitely is possible that I think that this salad is delicious. Just look at those pictures. So many colors! It’s not just pretty, though; the normal, veggie-filled healthy entree is dressed with a Thai dressing, and it’s the secret that really makes it great. Continue reading “Thai dressing and dipping sauce”
So, it is now soup season. However, I don’t really like soup. Stews and chilis, I’m okay with, but I can’t get the least bit excited when I hear someone say that soup is for dinner. There’s so much liquid, so little substance in many soups; they never seem to actually fill me up, and they all seems to lack in the flavor department.
One of my coworkers started talking about soups the other day, and then she started to wax poetically about broth. “Are you serious?!?” I exclaimed. “WHO LIKES A BOWL OF BROTH! THAT IS EATING NOTHING!” I’m quite incredulous about this. It is just beyond me to look forward to a big bowl of nothing when meal time rolls around. Continue reading “Thai coconut curry soup”