Sometimes, you just have to make biscuits. Sometimes, you don’t want to buy a whole big thing of buttermilk to make biscuits. This, my friend, is why God created plain yogurt.
This baby is a no-brainer in my quest to make the family eat less meat.
Because when you mash up a cauliflower? It’s almost like a potato or something. It becomes magical.
This super easy recipe is perfect for my little magical family. I hope it’s perfect for yours, too.
This recipe is completely adapted from An Edible Mosaic.
MAN VERDICT – There is not nearly enough of this.
CARRIE VERDICT – I didn’t get to eat any.
DOG VERDICT – Neither did we!
Writing and Other News
I do art stuff. You can find it and buy a print here.
People call it a cross between Harry Potter and Percy Jackson but it’s set in Maine. It’s full of adventure, quirkiness and heart.
The Spy Who Played Baseball is a picture book biography about Moe Berg. And… there’s a movie out now about Moe Berg, a major league baseball player who became a spy. How cool is that?
It’s awesome and quirky and fun.
FLYING AND ENHANCED
Men in Black meet Buffy the Vampire Slayer? You know it. You can buy them hereor anywhere.
OUR PODCAST – DOGS ARE SMARTER THAN PEOPLE.
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Drain the balls on paper towel. Eat them all. Forget about serving size. Just eat them all.