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26.01.2015
This post is sponsored by Blue Apron.  Thanks for your continued support of Daily Garnish! Last week was our first week back from our Florida vacation, and it was perfect timing for a Blue Apron box!  I wasn’t quite ready to dive back into massive meal prep or creative cooking, so I was happy to let someone else do the leg work for me.
Blue Apron helps you learn to make new recipes and cuisines, and teaches new cooking techniques along the way! Blue Apron is working to develop a sustainable food system and use high quality ingredients.
Blue Apron now offers a recycling program!  You can learn more about how to recycle your packaging here. If you are new to Blue Apron and want to try it yourself – the first 25 readers will get two free meals in their first box when you click here! Just as I did last time, I ate all three meals myself this week.  Casey has been eating a lower carb diet recently, and he’s also been working some off-hours, so it was easier for me to just eat and prep the meals myself!
And then I enjoyed my pasta dinner on the couch watching Survivor with Casey.  Wild and crazy! Served along side some green tea kombucha, while plugging away at work and my always-looming inbox. My second Blue Apron meal of the week was the Vadouvan Chickpea Burgers.  We make a lot of homemade veggie burgers at our house, so I was interested to see what would make these different! Almost immediately, I messed up the instructions.  I was supposed to add the curry spice blend to the onions and garlic I was sauteing, and accidentally added it to the yogurt sauce instead – OOPS!
I ended up deciding to scrap the buns since I felt like there were enough carbs offered between the bean burgers and the side of roasted sweet potatoes.  I never like when bread overwhelms a sandwich!
I plated up serving number one into a Pyrex and stored it in the refrigerator for the next day. And the rest was left for me for dinner!  The roasted sweet potatoes and chickpeas were perfectly cooked and lightly seasoned with a curry sprinkle – so good!


The next day it was lunch al fresco – delicious leftovers to help me refuel after a busy morning out with the kids. The third and final meal of the Blue Apron box was the Zucchini & Parmesan Quiches with Red Leaf Lettuce Salad! The crust was very light and not overwhelming at all, and there was a ton of lemon zest in the filling that really brought some complexity to the dish.  I will definitely use lemon in eggs again – such a tasty combo! As for the salad on the side, I didn’t feel like keeping a salad overnight since they tend to get wilted and soggy, so I just ate the whole thing for dinner myself.  There is no such thing as too much salad, right?
Eaten outside as the sun set over our twinkly patio.  Can you tell how much I love summer time?
To reheat the extra quiche the next day, I just popped it back into the oven for about 10 minutes on 350 degrees.  It felt so fancy to be eating quiche at lunch time on a weekday! Since I’d eaten the whole salad the night before, I made myself a new one the next day out of simple spring mix, balsamic, and blue cheese crumbles (current obsession).
It was another delicious week, and a great way to east back into cooking after coming home from our vacation.  This week we finally dusted off our grill, and we’re ready for outdoor cooking season! Here’s a sweet deal if you are new to Blue Apron and want to try it yourself – the first 25 readers will get two free meals in their first box!  Many thanks to Blue Apron for a tasty week of dinners and lunches – looking forward to seeing their new summer recipes in the coming months. Graham can’t follow the directions yet but he loves to watch, and sometimes I’ll do them with them and offer to “help” Graham (meaning I draw the whole thing and he watches).  Can you tell we are into Inside Out right now? Any bunk bed or room sharing advice from experienced parents is much appreciated!  Hope you guys had an awesome week, and have a wonderful weekend ahead. We have t-ball, the Seattle Tilth edible plant sale, veggie garden planting, and I have a six mile run planned for tomorrow morning!  Going to be a busy one!
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