Things I cooked in May

This is the only social media thing I've ever kept up with. 3rd month in a row
  1. Chickpea okra salad
    It got slimey rullllll fast. But it was good. Tomato, green onion, chick peas, garlic, okra, and raw zucchini.
  2. Coconut chia pudding
    Ft. An elementary school plastic spoon. Just coconut milk and chia seeds over night. Then I mixed in honey and cinnamon and added a few blackberries
  3. Wine tasting night
    This does not count as cooking but I did cut up 7 different kinds of cheese. We did a scratch and sniff wine guide.
  4. Breffest
    Run of the mill veggie scramble. Kale, tomato, onion, bell pepper, jalapeño, eggs and cheddar.
  5. Tatum beans
    Hungover Sunday morning. My girl makes the best refried beans. I wish I could tell you the spice blend but it's a secret she guards very closely. I know it has garlic and cayenne and vinegar and shredded cheese involved.
  6. Zucchini veggie burgers + lemon basil aioli
    Black beans, zucchini, chipotle cayenne, egg, mushrooms. In patty form. They were too mushy though. The aioli is mayo, lemon juice, olive oil, basil, salt and pepper
  7. Artichoke night
    I boiled the artichokes this time and they were excellent. I boiled them for about 15 min with fresh basil, garlic cloves, fresh lemon juice, preserved lemon, salt and pepper. That's a lemon garlic butter sauce in the background too
  8. Veg tacos
    Crumbled vegetarian chorizo, sliced mushrooms sautéed with garlic, jalapeños and cayenne. Topped with kale massaged with olive oil, chipotle cayenne and canned chipotle chili liquid. Threw in a few heirloom tomatoes, onions, and cheese.