Currently Crunching On

It is commonly said that the best place to start is at the beginning…

But in this case that would be completely overwhelming and quite possibly boring. Scrolling through the pictures and recipes that Jonny and I have tried (successful or not) over the past couple years is fun and reminiscent, but to go back and work my way forward in time would absolutely kill my joy for all things delicious. Instead, I would much rather share about the yummy foods that we are currently and regularly preparing and enjoying.

In the current season of our lives, when we are working full time jobs, trying to hit the gym at least three times a week, and both taking online classes for our respective professional school prerequisites, fancy and time-consuming cooking is not a priority. Cooking has become a fun but also highly productive activity that we can do together in our free time and also not feel like we are wasting precious minutes. Especially on the weekdays, the meals we prepare are intentionally chosen to efficiently optimize cooking time, quantity, portability, and nutrition. Some of our favorite recipes, such as our Turkey and Zucchini Lasagna have been quite literally boiled down to a science.

Vanilla Greek Yogurt with Nectarine, Blueberries, and Granola

But every night we try to slow down, decompress for a few minutes, and enjoy a lovely fruit and yogurt dessert to end the day. Simple and refreshingly more delicious than any pre-cupped fruit-at-the-bottom Chobani, I highly recommend this customizable and healthy snack.

Following a recipe would be much more work than it is worth, so be creative and enjoy!


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