I’ve always loved a good banana bread with chocolate chips! This time I decided to make a healthy version to have for breakfast with my coffee 🙂
Thankfully i had some super ripe bananas in my kitchen, so i looked for a recipe online and tweaked it a bit!
Check it out!
When I think about comfort food, it’s never lasagna, or pizza, or a burger. These are my indulgence meals. Comfort food to me is home cooked Lebanese food, whether it be stews (Yakhnat) or stews in oil (Bi Zeit), i absolutely LOVE them and can live on them. They are super healthy and nutritious!
Back from our summer vacation, and back to fully focusing on Mrs.Clueless!
I had gotten a recipe book (Comfort Food) before we left for our vacation and I didn’t have the chance to try anything from it! So yesterday night while we were watching Narcos Season 2, which by the way is SO GOOD, i decided to open up the book and make something for dinner.
This roast caught my attention because, well, i have a chicken in my freezer, and it seemed moderately hard.
Who doesn’t love a delicious, warm, fragrant chicken soup on any day?! It was my first time trying out my grandma’s chicken soup recipe, and i must admit i nailed it 🙂
Got an entire organic chicken, deboned it (probably not the correct way, you can watch the video here), made chicken stock, and chicken soup! Feeling super accomplished right now hahaha
As most of you already know, I will be going live on The Feed Feed’s Snapchat (@thefeedfeed) on Monday, June 13th (Time to be announced later on Instagram). I decided to make something that gives homage to Lebanon with a twist! Zaatar or Thyme is a popular herb mixture commonly used in the Lebanese cuisine. It is made of a blend of herbs, thyme, summac, salt and toasted sesame seeds.