COOKBOOK COOKING ON MONDAY
work week cooking can be a real struggle. honey badger and i keep our weekends pretty eventful -we also tend to dine out across our wonderful foodie city during the weekend- so when the work week rolls around we struggle with having time and energy to cook fun things during the week.
why is this a struggle -we both work until 5p, commute to and from our job sites of town, both belong to gyms on the other sides of town, most nights are not both home until 8p. even if we are home we still have the typical home stuff to do; laundry, spot cleaning, dishes. by the time we get to make a meal and eat said meal, we are in the 10p hour, -we act like we're still in spain-this is pretty normal for us. in recent months we have learned to narrow down our evening meals to grilled vegetables, salads, and sandwiches, all things that are easy to prep and cook.
however, since we can't stop drooling over our latest cookbook Jerusalem, we have been laying down some late hours going to town on the recipes, somehow this cookbook has made us not care.
BEST SALAD EVER
time to dine
JERUSALEM, A COOKBOOK found here