I love recipes that are healthy,
taste good, and make a lot of food. I try to bring leftovers for lunch every
day so that I have a satisfying lunch at a minimal cost that I know I will
enjoy. Here is a recipe for vegetable lasagna that I love to make on the
weekend – the prep and cooking time together take about an hour and a half and
the result is amazing!
1 jar of pasta sauce
16 oz 2% cottage cheese
½ cup grated parmesan cheese
9 whole wheat lasagna noodles
8 oz grated mozzarella cheese
4 cups mixed vegetables (I like to
use spinach, mushrooms, carrots and broccoli)
Perfect on any morning truth be told. So easy to whip up and add a little love from your favorite ingredient.
- A pat of butter
- A teaspoon olive oil
- 2 eggs
- 1 quarter of an avocado, peeled and cubed
- Sea salt flakes
- Freshly cracked black pepper
- 1 slice of toast (preferably whole wheat or a nice grainy type)
- Beat the eggs lightly with a fork just until homogeneously yellow.
- Heat the butter and oil in a non-stick skillet. When the butter has melted and the bubbles subside, pour in the egg.
As the bottom of the egg sets, push gently with a spatula towards the
middle, letting the uncooked egg run underneath.
made some fantastic stuffed bell peppers last night and thought I would
share. It’s definitely a nice kitchen project when you are in the mood
to play with food.
This is for 6 stuffed bell peppers…
24 ounces ground beef – the fattier the better
About 1 cup of plain bread crumbs
10 sprigs of chopped fresh oregano
1 finely-sliced bell pepper
2 stalks of celery, diced very small
1/2 onion, diced very small
Lots of salt (fry up a taster or your meatball dough to make sure it has a good, salty taste)
Hello Cast Men and Women!
The last five months have been so exciting. In addition to writing and designing our 8 (eight), yes EIGHT, RMCCI episodes, I transformed the official RMCCI front porch into a hydroponic organic farm!
Currently highlighting 16 vegetables and herbs and working for a half dozen more, the farm will supply RMCCI with all of the veggies in our wonderful recipes.
Even better, one of our episodes this Summer will be dedicated to teaching our viewers how to begin their own farm.
After last year's success and fabulous international attention, this year's season of Real Men Cook with Cast Iron will be filled with guest appearances from local foodies and members of the Lifestyle Management community.
Host Marc Hordon will continue to entertain his audience with a combination of style, humor, and of course, fantastic fresh and healthy meals for the family to enjoy.
Marc will also introduce his converted front porch which now houses a Hydroponic Nursery and Farm of over 16 Organic Vegetables and Herbs courtesy of Hydroponic Store,
The episodes concludes with Marc Hordon adding his secret sweet ingredient to the dish and shows the simplicity in cleaning cast iron. Please enjoy and meet us next week for Episode 2 of Real Men Cook with Cast Iron!
In this simple introductory episode of Real Men Cook with Cast Iron, cook Marc Hordon explores one of the most fundamental Cast Iron dishes in the history of Cast, Potatoes and Onions.
Zesting this dish is a local ruffage vegetable, the brussel sprout. The difficulty of pulling out the flavor in this vegetable while losing the hanging sour flavor is diffficult. Although Alton Brown may brilliantly suggest a simple spritz of nutmeg, Marc goes a different but culinarily equal direction using the qualities of sweetness to enhance the mini-cabbage.
Please enjoy the Real Men Cook with Cast Iron Theme eand Introduction.
We look forward to cooking with you this week!
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