nothing beats coming home to mom's homemade beef broth and noodles.
Making homemade dishes has always been a great part of my family. Growing up, my interest in cooking and 'fooding' was sparked by seeing and following my mom and grandma in the kitchen. They made simple, flavorful, household dishes, passed down from family traditions or the product of whatever we happened to have in the fridge. I remember asking my mom if there was a recipe she followed for a particular dish, to which she replied that you didn't need recipes for cooking, it was all up for experimenting and gaining experience each time. I learned gradually, through watching the people in my family cook. And although none of us are chefs, we enjoy the family bonding that comes with cooking for the people you love, and of course, eating hot steamy food together with them.
It is super easy to make your own economical veggie broth. Save your scraps in a freezer bag. When you have a full gallonish bag, put on a crock and fill with water. I put in salt, pepper and a bay leaf. Cooked on high for about 14 hours. Smoosh veggies to release extra flavor, strain and store or freeze. Scraps were mostly root veggies, some asparagus and a little cabbage....I balanced veggies going in. #broth #cookingiscaring #thrifty #thriftymama #economical #thriftycooking #recipes #nutrition
Ottolenghi inspired middle eastern rice salad. My go-to when I need to take a plate to a dinner party. It’s packed with veggies (and flavour!) and it looks great!
Roasted sweet potato cubes
Fresh chopped parsley
And fresh chopped chives
We use centuries old recipes and traditions to create hot pots that feel like home 🏠🐉
Get lost in the Laksa! Poached Shrimp, Tonkotsu Noodles, Curry Seafood Broth, Bean Sprouts, and a 45 Minute Egg! #getpeached
Do you discard the fat off the bone broth you make for your dogs?! I do, I have sensitive pup tummies here. They also get enough fat in their daily meals.
There are like fifteen vegetarian restaurants in Fortune Centre! Including this little juice spot that serves udon in a blended mushroom broth #amihealthyyet
It's no Momofuku but it ain't bad 💁 orinigal pork ramen @ the ramen bar
Announcing our new product, Bone Broth Noodle Soups! We are excited to feature this ultimate comfort food to our customers. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Crafted from hearty roasted bones, fresh vegetables and a family-secret blend of herbs, when you add Miracle Noodles, you have the perfect combination of nourishing bone broths and comforting low-carb, calorie, grain-free shirataki noodles made from the konjac plant. A truly hearty meal that warms your body and soul.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Chicken Bone Broth with Shirataki Miracle Noodles is Blood Sugar Friendly, Keto/Paleo Friendly and a great source of collagen-rich protein and good source of fiber.
Con el #Broth
pasando el rato 🤙
Whatever-was-in-the-fridge kind of soup•let’s piggyback real quick on my last post on bone broth and talk about soup•soup is so so nutritious for our body•it’s the best way to get all the nutrients and minerals from food without having to eat it raw•this is because all the nutrients are sitting in the broth•hence the reason why bone BROTH is so good for you•if there is one part of the soup you should eat, it’s the broth•when cooked at a low temperature, soup keeps all nutrients in tact and easily available to our body•soups are fantastic for people who have a hard time digesting or who are sick and can’t get much in from loss of appetite•this is the perfect time for soup too and it’s no coincidence•our body craves warm hearty foods this time of year to keep us warm•soups are simple to make•onion celery and carrots are the perfect base•I didn’t have onion or celery, and thats ok, but I added a lot of garlic and a whole bulb of fennel because that’s what was in the fridge, I roasted butternut squash and at the end I threw in thinly sliced kale, because that what was in the fridge•I used @bouforyou
veggie stock and lemon juice from a whole lemon•not sure what it is about soup but even Kai loves it more than anything•he won’t eat roasted carrots or sweet potato and don’t ask me why•but, if it’s in soup, the bowl will always be empty•and kale, oh never would he eat that raw, but he LOVED it, and not one leaf was left in the bowl•
My absolute favourite nut, almonds. These nutrient dense gems are a great snack, and are always in my bag. Full of fibre, protein, good fats, vitamin E (a woman’s best friend), magnesium and manganese. Organic or Insecticide Free is best, and even better if they’ve been activated. 😁
We now offer 24 hour pastured bone broth with a hint of lime and cilantro. It is available both locations all day.
Kulajda, pho, zelňačka, ramen, ... Miluju polévky, obzvlášť v tomto počasí. Ale jedna je favorit, vývar. A ne jen tak ledajaký, ten z uzených kostí od @lahudkarstvisvacek.
Kulajda, pho, cabbage soup, ramen... I love all soups, especially in this weather. But there is one favourite, broth. Not some usual broth, but cooked from smoked ribs from @lahudkarstvisvacek.
#glutenfree #lactosefree #lowcarb #lchf #broth #smokedribs #soup #soupoftheday #winteriscoming
What’s your staple sickness remedy?
SO as with every time of year, you may have seen from my story that I have developed a bit of the “man flu” and, while I know it will likely help to not train through it & only sleep 3hrs per night you know me, I’m not going to do that. Therefore, here are a few evidence based dietary strategies/foods that may help
🍯Honey: Research has shown that a single night-time dose of honey can have a small effect on cough and sleep in young children (Paul et al 2007, Shadkam et al 2010). Therefore, the addition of this to foods such as oats or even to hot water may be beneficial
🍲Chicken soups or broths have shown to contain a number of substances with beneficial medicinal activity and exert a mild anti-inflammatory effect thus aiding to reduce upper respiratory tract infections (Rennard et al 2000)
🍊Vitamin C: Vitamin C has been shown to have a preventative effect for the common cold with studies showing athletes who supplement with Vitamin C to cut their risk of catching a cold in half (Douglas et al 2005) along with then reducing the DURATION of a cold (if acquired) by 8-14% (Anderson et al 1974, Hemilä & Chalker 2013). Therefore, including more foods high in Vitamin C such as any fruit and vegetable (yellow/red/orange in particular) may be beneficial
🥩Zinc: There is a plethora of research showing zinc to have a protective effect against the common cold (Kurugöl et al 2006, Vakili et al 2008) thus including more foods high in zinc such as meats, shellfish, nuts/seeds & legumes may be beneficial
🌶Spicy foods: Spicy foods contain a phytochemical called Capsaicin which can help in breaking up mucous & clearing your airways when/if congested (McCarty et al 2015)
🍉Water/high water foods: Maintain hydration has shown to be beneficial for removing mucous & alleviating congestion (Miller 1991). Thus, apart from consuming water, foods such as watermelons, berries etc (+ soups) can be great for increasing water intake.