So, I hear a lot of time about how people don’t have the time to eat healthy and make the meals that I post. I know things change with kids involved and days get busy but honestly it just comes down to planning and your priorities. I would rather spend an hour in the kitchen making a nice meal that is good for me than an hour in front of the television. I’m probably a little strange because my days begin and end with food, that is all I can think about. I know that isn’t the case for everyone but it can be, you can change your habits, you can do things to make healthy cooking easier. I would love to help you if you are interested.
So in full disclosure, I need to come clean on this recipe. I am guilty of concocting this in my head while in the middle of church last night instead of focusing wholeheartedly on the message. I would like to think I have a healthy obsession with food, but I’ll try to get my priorities straightened out. The good news is that I didn’t spend that time brainstorming this recipe and to have it be a dud. The steak was delicious but the quinoa risotto was the best I’ve ever made, no lie. It had a sweet and creamy factor to it that made it seem like there was a ton of butter and cream in it.
Steak Roulade with Balsamic Mushroom Sauce
Acorn Squash Quinoa Risotto
The Cook & The Coach
Healthy is a LIFESTYLE.