Right now I am housesitting for my aunt and her dog and cat. This is Railey the dog. Isn't she adorable? I don't have a picture of the Creamsicle the catbecause he doesn't like me.
I was supposed to attend a BL get-together. I whipped up some delicious and healthy treats. This is some "healthy" artichoke dip. Instead of mayonnaise, it has silken tofu and greek yogurt. This is blended artichoke hearts, jalepenos, tofu, and garlic. Then you mix in the yogurt, parmesan cheese, salt, and, if you like things spicy, a little cayenne pepper. Sprinkle more parmesan cheese on the top, and bake. Unfortunately, I was unable to go to the BL happening that night, so I ate the dip myself on tortilla chips. Fancy! (The recipe came from 101 cook books, an awesome recipe site.)
This is what the counter looked like while i was cooking. You will notice all of the most important cooking ingredients. Onions, garlic, and lemon juice. Also, a bottle of kombucha, because my aunt was kind enough to stock the fridge for me before she left. I also made a dish that DJ Kelly Kel and I invented in a campground outside of Santa Cruz on our road trip. Since we managed to make it over a campfire using utensils scavenged from the world's sketchiest thrift store, it's pretty simple. Main ingredient: cous cous. Ooooh look! Green cous cous! Green (or any kind of cous cous, really) is mixed with olive oil, lemon juice, pepper, sauteed onions, garlic, and tomatoes, fresh tomatoes, and if you like it spicy, some (a lot of) pepper flakes. It's even vegan! Next time I think I'll try adding some lentils, and maybe making it with quinoa, so it can be gluten free.