Do you have spots in your town that seem to be unable to keep a tenant?
There is a location in my neighborhood that has become a revolving door for restaurants. It is unfortunate, but the property owner has come up with a unique idea to combat the problem.
Let the people choose! Literally. They took suggestions and narrowed them down the the Top 5. Now we get to vote!
Since I obviously have a ton of influence… VOTE FOR THE HIGH END MARKET!!!
I loved Savi when I visited the Inman Park market a few weeks ago. Midtown has nothing like it. I would definitely walk to it 2-3 times a week if we did!
A week into the cleanse and we made the best cleanse meal yet.
By “we” I mean Mom. Though I added the kale and red pepper flakes!
If you are making your own sauce, start it first. It is better when the flavors have time to meld together!
We blended a container (750g) of Pomi chopped tomatoes and 3/4 C of basil, simmered the mixture in a pot, and added salt and red pepper flakes to taste as we went.
Sugar isn’t allowed on the Cleanse, but mom remembered that carrots add sweetness and combat acidity.
This was a great addition since tomato sauces often call for sugar to balance the acidity and eggplants can be on the bitter side.
Mamma’s Italian Stir-Fry
- 1 C wild rice
- 1 C water
- 1 C vegetable broth
- 1 red onion
- 2 carrots
- 4 garlic cloves
- 1/8 tsp habanero-infused olive oil
- 1/8 tsp EVOO
- 3 Japanese eggplants
- 1 C Shiitake mushrooms
- 3 red kale leaves
- salt & pepper, to taste
Bring water and vegetable broth to boil. Add wild rice and cook according to package instructions.
Chop onion, carrots and cloves. Heat the olive oils on stove top over medium heat. Saute chopped veggies until tender, place on dish, and set aside.
Dice eggplant into ~1/2 in pieces. Salt to taste. Place in saute pan used in step 2 (fewer dishes! 🙂 ), and cook eggplant until tender over medium heat (about 12 mins). Dice mushrooms and to pan to cook for last 4-5 mins.
Add veggie mix from Step 2 to the pan. Toss with kale and heat until kale is just wilted.
Plate the rice, add the veggie stir-fry, and top with your favorite tomato sauce!