This morning I woke up with the beet greens in my mind. So this is result: Baked beet greens from my garden with baked egg on top.
Baked beet greens for breakfast
- 1 bunch of beet greens (cut in half inch pieces)
- 2 garlic cloves
- 2 tbsp oil
- 1 egg
What to do:
- Heat half the oil in the skillet, add minced garlic and bake for 2 sec.
- Add beet greens and cook for few minutes. Set aside.
- Heat reminig oil and bake the egg.
- Serve. Put on the top of the beet greens. Season with salt and peper.
When you woke up in the morning and feel “busy”, don’t be! Go out and play hide and seek with birds!
It helps me clear my head, prioritise my to-do list and makes me calm for the rest of the busy day!
Spending time with my family!
This is how we dye eggs – naturally. Using onion skins!
Happy Easter Sunday! Spend your time with your family and you’ll be happy
This is what’s happening outside my window
Have a nice day!
I DON’T LIKE SPIDERS!
And don’t tell me it’s only 5 millimeter in size….
Look at him…. brrrr!
It’s time to say goodbye to February and say hello to March!
Let’s take a look no my February Part I
Let’s begin.. 3…2..1..
Super simpe dish and everyone loves it! wholemeal pasta with Parmesan and some sunflower sprouts.
Don’t know what to do with a pulp form carrot juice…
..bake the cake. Delicious!
Pantry shelves are super clean and jars are shiny.
… And the lent started. This time gluten free, sugar free (no sweeteners too) for me. Interesting, I moved away all the jars that contains sugar or gluten… opss… let’s the new journey begin!
Breakfast: Millet porridge with frozen blueberries. It was delicious.
It won’t be me if I won’t try to bake something without gluten and sugar free. My first gluten free, sugar free cookies – from black beans. Super healthy!
… there will be more from February.
It’s me again… with January 2016 review. Part II
January 10th: Cleaned my pantry shelfs and washed all the pantry jars.
… lot’s of different recipes (to post here).
Cauliflower and butter beans stew
Warm Blueberry Soup with cottage cheese cream
And the funny bird – Eurasian jay looking through my kitchen window
Tea time! My super organic and natural self-picked tea from Latvian fields.
And the first bird near my bird feeder Parus major
… and my favorite – Eurasian blue tit
…and someone NICE bring us spring onions! So delicious!
This is The bird of the year 2016 in Latvia – Great spotted woodpecker
Oh, And there were snowy days and this was my outfit for snow shoveling
And where the snow there’s the visitor. This time whole family!
AND the last picture.
This is my name-day’s (we do celebrate name days in Latvia) smoothie, that looks like I made it out of tulips.
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