This meal is the solution to the daily grind, the sluggish feeling you have after a long day when you really don’t want to do anything and barely have the energy to go to bed. It is one of those nights. We all have them.
“I made my first curry dish!” A grin spreads across my face as I turn more and more into a carnivorious chipmunk. I wonder how many delicious ground beef recipes and varieties are out there that I just have no clue about?
I could go on and on about the hypocritical nature of the holidays, but this year I told myself to suck it up, file it under #firstworldproblems, and go along with all of it, because I AM fortunate to be able to completely stress myself out like this and squeeze way too much into my already full schedule. But the problem is none of it makes me feel very cheerful. So I have come to be known for my bit of “sour holiday cheer.” There is not a red coffee cup in this world that can get me to feel my childhood holiday excitement – except for one thing.
It was short before Thanksgiving. At that time, my daily eating routines were scattered all throughout the day. I never honestly felt full after my meals, and I was always wondering what my next healthy food choice would be.