Saturday, August 27, 2011

New Home New Food

It's been a while since posting, but it should be worth the wait, because I am now living in Whistler and have a new set of kitchen supplies, meaning some things are totally unavailable but others are introduced! More below...
I'd like to start off with a big thanks to Lenny and Larry's, as they are on board for 2012 and my cookie supply is stacked! I had a before bed binge the other night and consumed 1 of each flavor with a bowl and a half of Coconut Bliss Chocolate Hazelnut Fudge Ice Cream. Lemon takes the win for my favorite flavor. The end of my season break before switching back to super healthy (below)...
Best part of B.C. = Wild Salmon
I love the availability of quality good Salmon. You can get it fresh, flash frozen for sushi (like above), smoked, or in jerky form.  Since last time, I've been a fan of getting some filet's meant for sushi and just enjoying them in a salad. 
The farmer's market up here is quite epic. Wednesdays and Sundays, lots of local from right around the corner Pemberton. 
  • Salad mix with rainbow chard in it (first time eating it raw, delish)
  • Blueberries (holy crap! best blueberries on the planet, makes such a difference)
  • Heirloom Tomato
  • Cucumber
  • Rice Cake Puffs
  • Simple Flax Oil, Pepper, Lime Juice Dressing
Don't Judge a Book by It's Cover
This Oatmeal Breakfast Cookie was actually quite tasty. Just a little green because that's just the way brown rice protein is (I don't recommend it, just using it up).  Inspired by The Edible Perspective blog.
The Underside
  • 1/4c thick oats
  • 1/4c blueberries
  • A date
  • Cinnamon
  • 2 scoops vanilla rice protein
  • 2T chia seeds
  • 1-2T coconut
  • A bit of AB
I'll definitely do more overnight/20min+ in advance cookies in the future. Just mix all the ingredients in a bowl or on a plate and add just enough water or nut milk for everything to mold together/get soft but not turn into overnight oatmeal. The blueberries were once again out of this world, and the date as well (but I already knew those are always delicious). It's actually a lot like a big cookie!
Egg's go with seaweed very well. Thank's to epic Ramen Bowls I am well aware of that. Squash and the tastiest Green Heirloom Tomato from the farmer's market for my veggie fix. Pistachios, Nutritional Yeast, and TJ's Everyday Seasoning to spice things up. Partially enjoyed wrap style, or like Japanese Huevo's Rancheros?

That's all you get for now, but there's plenty more awesome farmer's market foods and new eats to come!

1 comment:

  1. mmmm love nutritional yeast! that farmer's market salad looks AWESOME.


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