I intentionally included seeds in the (admittedly unclear) instructions. You're good!
Oh boy, I don't like spaghetti squash, but I will try this this week!
WHAT. MAPLE BOURBON BUTTERNUT PULLED PORK.
Pack it up, folks, let's go to @ChefBryan's house.
JK the challenge is still on...
I mean, I'll never say no to a good pumpkin pie recipe. But it might be like playing on hard mode. If you've got a creative pumpkin pie, please share!
yes Yes YES
NO NO NO
I'm a fan of seasonality. If you're in the southern hemisphere or maybe a tropical region that doesn't do winter...
As I type this, I'm eating pumpkin bread (with plenty of spice, go Trader Joes!), so I'm all for pumpkins and spice (and cozy sweaters). I just wanted it to be challenging. Plenty of sweet recipes out there already.
or We Don't Need No Stinking Pumpkin Spice!
Take your family/friends/cats/army to the grocery store and bring me pumpkins and winter squash! Do what you like with the flesh or seeds. Bonus points for spooky photos and fun; I want those most of all. Now cook! Cook!
So in addition to the soup/smoothie ideas, you might look up some recipes for kids and people with gastro disorders like crohns. Things like meal supplement drinks and such. Definitely meals when he can, but if he's struggling or nauseous, might be good just to get him nutrients.
Wow that's not very hospitable of them. However, I know doctors receive no nutritional education, so it's possible they just don't have a "diet" that wouldn't work if the patient had religious, lifestyle, or medical needs.
Good health for your step dad!
Like chefwriter said, hospital should give you some options, maybe even some prescription meal supplements (though I bet those are more expensive and not really as good as homemade food). I think you've got a good idea with soups. Pureed soups are good for...
Alright here’s my entry. I am gluten free, and about the only other thing on the list that is common in my diet is dairy. I decided to make tacos because, well, they're tacos. But also because I grew up with a very standard taco menu: ground beef or chicken always topped with cheese...
Unfortunately arsenic at least is absorbed by plants. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0308814618318454. Dartmouth says vegetables are fine, but also warns, "If you are a home gardener in an area with high arsenic in the soil, limit the amount of lettuce, radishes, broccoli...
Same here. There's a lot of lead and arsenic in our soil due to manufacturing, and that's only what's been tested. I won't even eat the wild blackberries that grow in the city. :(:(:(
But I really love the idea. Just wish it were more obtainable.
Okay, so, I think I'm going to do this challenge. I'm always gluten free, and to be honest, the only other allergen on the list that's a challenge for me is dairy. So those are the challenges for me, but my menu will technically exclude all the listed allergens.
So far I want to make RR...
I live in a tiny apartment after moving a ton, so I don't have a ton of bakeware. I'm also gluten free, so if I want baked stuff, I have to make it myself. :eek:
If I were to go down to only 3 pieces, it would be a 18x13 inch sheet pan (plus a cooling rack), a 13x9 inch deep casserole dish...
I'm currently working on a few more gluten free recipes. Banana bread is already filmed and just needs editing, and I was planning on making a crumble but luckily received a handful of huckleberries, so I want to do some muffins first. If they turn out, I'll post them too.
And here's another crazy delicious recipe using buckwheat flour (and a whole lot of chocolate). Originally from Bien Cuit Bakery. I also cover a bit about safe sourcing of gluten free ingredients.
The original: https://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/bien-cuits-salted-chocolate-buckwheat-cookies