(Healthy) Shrimp Fried Rice

I probably didn't really need to put the parentheses in front of the title, but just in case you thought I was changing my focus... Here is the healthiest shrimp fried rice you will ever eat. After two weeks of beans and vegetables (even with very different tastes) and a lot of fried eggs, I … Continue reading (Healthy) Shrimp Fried Rice

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Spicing Things Up

I’ve spent the past few weeks enjoying meals spiced with garlic, cumin, and cayenne. Delicious, strong flavors that taste good with pretty much everything; I’ve been adding them to eggs, beans, onions, kale, and Brussels sprouts. Last Sunday, I made a big batch of cumin and garlic spiced beans and veggies that I ate for … Continue reading Spicing Things Up

Put an Egg on It

For the past two weeks, I have found myself getting home from the gym or work later and later. As much as I would like to cook up some fantastic dinner, I have nowhere near enough time, energy, or creativity left at the end of a long day. In a perfect world, I spend all … Continue reading Put an Egg on It

Cauliflower Pizza Crust

Who said pizza had to be unhealthy? This is a recipe I have always wanted to try, but, for obvious reasons, I was a bit skeptical. How would cauliflower ever work in a pizza crust? It’s usually just a crumbly mess. Well, I was pleasantly surprised. It is delicious! Whoever thought of putting cauliflower in … Continue reading Cauliflower Pizza Crust

(Post)-Thanksgiving Thoughts

It’s been a while since my last post about dorm baking. And so much has happened since then, I couldn't pick just one thing to write about for my first post back. Some more exciting news: there is an official, Will Run for Food email account! Email me at willrunforfood14@gmail.com. On the exercise front, I … Continue reading (Post)-Thanksgiving Thoughts

Salad Secrets

As promised, here are some of my favorite salad combinations for lunch. All it really takes is some lettuce (although arugula or kale are much more exciting), an assortment of cut up vegetables, and some roasted vegetables. While living at home, I often just make a refrigerator leftover salad. In other words, anything and everything … Continue reading Salad Secrets