As a growing young man, I love to eat. I’ll eat almost any kind of vegetable and fruit, as well as most fish and poultry, and some meats. Mexican, Italian and Chinese are my favorite types of food. Out of those ethnic foods, my favorites are taco ring, tortellini and chicken with broccoli, Asian dumplings on the side. Because I love to eat, I also find it fun and entertaining to cook and bake my own meals. I also find it very relaxing. It’s fun being in control of what I eat and what I put in my meals, as well as seeing what goes into.
Not in the mood for spicy kimchi? Perhaps a traditional Greek food truck would better fill your tummy. Souvlaki GR food truck is so incredibly delicious that they now have a restaurant on the Lower East Side. Besides the customary pita souvlaki, you can also dine on a Greek burger, fries, salads, and choco-freta – a Greek chocolate wafer bar. Sometimes the simple food is simply the best!
Listen closely: that’s “mole freckle”. She is saying “mole freckle”, right? We think so. We hope so. Look, we’re not really fans of internet videos featuring precocious babies saying or doing precocious things– they’re usually just about eight pounds too “adorable” for our taste– but this one actually made us laugh out loud. Now if there was just some way to shorten that phrase with an acronym…
Shepherd’s pie. Traditionally the bottom layer was ground lamb, although in my family we used taco recipes, and this was followed with a layer of mashed potatoes. We also usually put cooked carrots in between the beef and potatoes. There are many variations to this though and also under the names of cottage pie and fisherman’s pie.
Next question, “Should any of the “common folk” care about the CPI index, and why”? Answer: You bet – everyone should care. In particular, senior citizens living on Social Security checks. Also, the AARP (formerly called, American Association for Retired Persons) should be very concerned and outspoken about CPI statistics. Their mission is supposedly to help seniors overcome financial problems. And, a declining purchasing power of Social Security payments ought to be on top on their list of concerns.
Lunch at Kincaid’s begins at 11 am to 3 pm on Monday through Friday with no lunch on Saturday and Sunday. On the lunch menu they offer a lunch combination to the guest wear they can purchase any two items that are available under the lunch combination or if you like you can select from some of the other popular items like the soup, starter salads, specialties such as the crispy fish tacos cerdo, sandwiches, entree salads, and other great foods.
Once you get used to it, the gluten-free diet becomes very manageable. Your child can still enjoy most of her favorite types of food. You just need to make a few minor adjustments to the ingredients. You do need take a few precautions, and become an avid label-reader. With practice and time, screening for gluten becomes second nature. It may take a while to find a safe version of all their favorite foods, as you are learning about what is safe and what is not. Be patient with yourself.
Grab a warm tortilla and top with the chicken, sliced avocado and fresh salsa. Simple, delicious, fresh. You can also slam two tacos for less than the calories, carbs and sodium in a so-called “healthy” frozen dinner. Why are you still reading? Make this now. Seriously, the salsa is so good that you could put it on a tire and still want to eat it.