When life gives you potatoes and failed curry, make curried mashed potatoes. (Yes, you can mess up making curry, even when you make it all the time.)
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Faux Pho: a TC special instead of going out to eat
Yes, I know that “pho,” the Vietnamese noodle soup, does not rhyme with “faux.” This recipe is also hardly authentic. Sue me.
Continuing the theme of “so basic it shouldn’t need a recipe and I’d rather be writing” posts, here is the vegan and gluten-free fried rice recipe TC makes for me when we have leftover fried rice.
The Biotics from Mass Effect 2 say, “Take your probiotics!”
Art modified from Andersoncathy on Deviant Art.
TC and I couldn’t find our usual non-dairy probiotics at Sprouts this week, and he’s been playing through Mass Effect 1 again, hence this picture. Today’s recipe has nothing to do with Mass Effect, unless I said it was some ancient Asari cake recipe. LOL.
First, we bought a package of rice wrappers. Then TC’s dad brought us a package of rice wrappers. Then we forgot about the rice wrappers for a while. Finally, we decided to make them a few weeks ago for dinner. My protein for the meal was scrambled tofu in San-J Polynesian sauce and the men’s protein was yoghurt-ranch marinated grilled chicken. The salad dressing marinade was my idea, for the record.
Corporate wellness programs, my specialty, hinge on that awareness. People are only going to participate in their company’s wellness program if they believe they can benefit, if they believe the program can help them solve their problems, and improve their quality of life, in and out of the workplace. Articles such as these can nudge that seed of awareness to sprout, and a wellness program tends the plant. Work in general can cause the seed to die or be choked by mangy weeds if one lets one’s stressors grow untended or loses sight of how one works.
Linda Kavelin Popov’s A Pace of Grace confirmed my ideas that my energy and focus during an 8-hour workday is going to fluctuate. For the sake of the self and of others, the most self-caring act one can do is to respect those fluctuations; otherwise, face the energy disorder consequences. I know when to do non-intense work and when I have the energy to focus hard. This awareness makes me a far more productive employee, as long as I have control over when I do most of my tasks, than if I tried to write reports after 15:00 and file in the morning–not gonna happen.
Except when TC makes it: grilled tofu, sauteed peppers and onions, served over black rice, with grilled pineapple skewers.