Whether it’s Qdoba, Chipotle or Moe’s, building your own burrito in a bowl is a tasty treat. Save some money and do it at home. It’s easier than you can imagine. Continue reading “Naked Burritos”
Friends + Soup + Netflix = A Great Evening In. This soup is extra comforting when served with some warm, crusty bread. Continue reading “Quadly Cooking: Sausage and Kale Soup”
Part soup. Part stew. Part cabbage rolls. All served up in one wonderful bowl. Continue reading “Quadly Cooking: Cabbage Roll in a Bowl”
Folks, pay attention. This dish is so incredibly delish. And easy. I’m not confident in my fish-cooking skills, but I figured this was worth a shot. And I’m so glad I tried it. Continue reading “Quadly Cooking: Asian Salmon and Kale Rice Bowls”
I know what you’re thinking: “Cinnamon and raisins in pasta?”
I promise, it tastes as good as it looks. Continue reading “Quadly Cooking: Sicilian Pasta with Meat Sauce”
Let’s start off by defining Quadly Cooking. I’m a quadriplegic due to a C6-7 spinal cord injury. “Gimpy” or “quadly” aptly defines the function – or lack thereof – that I have in my hands. Thanks to several surgeries called tendon transfers, I have a decent grip with my left hand that improved my ability to cook.
For a variety of reasons I try to make meals from almost-scratch if possible. Not only is it healthier, but I avoid food intolerances by cooking meals myself. I use a lot of short cuts that make cooking do-able and I’ll share these in the videos and posts. Continue reading “Quadly Cooking: Coconut Curry Lime Chicken with Rice Noodles”