Remember that granola I made the first day? It's coming back to play! It's a totally Megan-simple breakfast morning — granola cereal, and I'm going to share with you the trick my dad taught me for making scrambled eggs with only ONE dish to wash afterwards. For lunch and dinner we're making a "delicious sauce thing" and the "vaguely Middle-Eastern dinner."
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Hey Homies, I know I said that I would post the results the day after I made all my foods, but… I recorded myself making today's breakfast — the granola parfait — and I thought you'd want to see how poorly my first day is going.
I have a feeling that making this frittata is going to take me FOREVER, and it's going to be too big for just one Megan to eat on my own for breakfast. So we're going to make this recipe a two-fer: breakfast and lunch. Then, since it's Tuesday — the day the lord hath made for tacos — Jessica gave us her recipe for a meatless taco salad. Of course, feel free to use real meat, it'll taste just as delicious!
Hey Homies! I know it's a Sunday, and we rarely ever post anything on a Sunday, but it's a special week on Offbeat Home & Life. It's the week of Megan's Cooking Challenge, the second. Here's how we're breaking this down…
This probably won't surprise any of those who were around for the first challenge, but I'm SUPER anxious, you guys! Last time, I didn't have to think about the challenge until it was plopped on my plate. This time I'm having a hand at making the menu and it's giving me all kinds of night terrors, knowing the fresh grocery shopping, cast iron skillet-buying, "what the fuck is chiffonade" hell that is to come.
It's been three nights since the Home Cooking Challenge came to an end. Let's check in with Megan and get the answers to all your questions, including one from her mother and the one that's been on ALL of your minds.
Over the weekend my cooking challenge came to an end. Here's a quick rundown of my experiences from Day 6, with a menu all planned out, and Day 7 with no menu and the instructions to, as Ariel put it, "go off-roading." It resulted in one awesome Star Wars-themed picnic!