The next day, Annie Anthias invited Chloe over to hang out. They exchanged seaweed soup recipes and baked shrimp cakes. Annie wanted to go on the Keto diet together. She had gained some weight TV binging and hadn’t been to the gym in months.
“We can’t go on that diet! Where in the coral reef would we find cauliflower and cheese?” asked Chloe.
make peach cobbler.
I know I’m preaching to the converted, because people who read food blogs care about food, where it comes from and how it’s used. They also make sure not to waste. But I see too many occasions where food is thrown out. If you don’t like cobbler, you can wash the peaches, cut them up and freeze them. Later, you can throw them in a blender with crushed ice and vanilla yogurt for a delicious peach smoothie. There are many ways to utilize “leftover” food. It’s healthier and less costly. Some people think being frugal is the new “f” word, but it’s resourceful, healthy and better for the environment.
It’s also delicious!