This adaptation of a classic Turkish breakfast known as Cilbir takes only 10 min to make, and it is vegetarian and gluten-free. It features local eggs from Hinderer Farms, Bush Creek Creamery’s award-winning labneh cheese, and some spicy butter. You can find all of these ingredients at the Moscow Food Co-op.
If you have never tried labneh before you are in for a treat. Labneh is a thick Middle Eastern cheese made from yogurt. It’s creamy, tangy, and rich. Bush Creek Creamer
Things have been getting hectic again with another move coming this weekend. So, it is more quick and easy food these days and trying to sneak in as much nutrition while I’m at it. I grew up on egg sandwiches, so they are also kind of a comfort food, but the simple version doesn’t pack the nutrional punch I usually look for in a good meal. I’ve been in love with the fresh-baked Seeduction bread from the Moscow Food Co-op lately. Packed with whole grains and lots of nuts and s
Here’s a quick little treat to bust out this weekend! During our experience in Lesotho, we did not have a toaster. I know it sounds all “first world problems” but, I do like toast. I grew up with it, and after a solid year without toast, I started to miss it. At the same time, Shane decided to start one of his favorite exercise protocols, which called for a lot of protein. He wanted three eggs for breakfast, and I wanted toast. Enter, one of my childhood favorites: Egg in a N
The days are getting longer and warmer and it sounds like the local chickens (at least those at Link’d Hearts Ranch) are starting to ramp up production again. I call this the “Spring Cleaning Breakfast” because eggs, mushrooms, cilantro, green onions and the vitamin C in strawberries are all supposed to support the body in its natural detoxifying processes. This recipe is a pretty simple one – for each serving you will need: 1/2 c sliced mushrooms 1/4 c chopped asparagus 1/4