abbiecornish When I woke this morning my body was craving warm cooked greens and an easily digestible carb. So... For dinner I ended up making a Broccoli, Celery and Kale Soup with a side of Pesto Rice. I have to say this really hit the spot! Remember to nourish your body and tune into what you need right now, and use whatever you have in your kitchen. 💚✨ I freestyled this but here’s a rough recipe: In a large saucepan with a steamer basket and lid, bring one cup of water and 3 cups of vegetable stock (I like to use my own stock) to the boil. While the water and stock is heating, prepare about one and a half to two whole heads of broccoli by separating them into florets (I like to use my hands to break off the florets, and I also use the meaty half of the stalk, cutting off and discarding the bottom or end half). 2 stalks of celery broken into 3 parts so they fit in the steamer, and 2 pieces of kale. Once the water and stock is boiling place the veggies in the steamer. Cover. Cook for about 6-8 mins. Transfer the steamed veggies to a blender (setting aside the water/stock) and add a tablespoon of melted butter to the blender (or more if you like) and a pinch of salt and pepper. Then, add to the blender about one to one and a half cups of the water/stock combo you used to steam the veggies. Now blend, starting on a lower speed and working the speed up until you can blend on high for a couple of minutes. Blend till the soup is consistent and smooth. Poor into a bowl. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Add shaved Parmesan on top. And garnish with parsley or coriander if you have/or desire.
For the rice, cook the rice, then add pesto (I also like to use my own) to a rice of your choice (I used white Jasmine rice today) and stir. Together they really are delicious. I like to get a little rice on my spoon and dip into the soup. Xx
abbiecornish Happy Earth Day!! This is an old pic of course... but just want to say “Hi!” to the trees, the birds, the ocean and the big blue sky ~ Beautiful Mother Earth... enjoy the calm : ) 🌏💖✨ #HappyEarthDay
abbiecornish Another day another tonic. This one darn near blew my head off! In a juicer I juiced lemon, ginger, garlic, orange, apple, and celery... and then added turmeric powder and oil of oregano to the juice. Stirred and bottled. A natural immune booster full of vitamins and minerals. This tonic is full of all the good stuff that helps you to stay healthy and strong, it’s also an anti-inflammatory and wards off sickness. I like to have a shot in the morning and another in the afternoon. 👊✨
abbiecornish #Repost @thefeelgoodkitchen
Everyday Magic Beans (How-to video in my highlights✨
Makes approximately 5 cups (925 g) or the equivalent of three 15-ounce (425g) cans of beans
1 pound dried beans, (optionally soaked) rinsed and drained
1-3 teaspoon kosher sea salt
3x1 inch strip kombu
½ onion, peeled and root end trimmed
2 to 6 garlic cloves, smashed and peeled
1 to 2 bay leaves
Herbs or spices (optional)
Place your beans in a heavy pot with a lid. Fill the pot with enough water to cover the beans by two inches and bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Skim off any foam that comes up to the surface.
Lower the heat to keep the beans at a gentle simmer. Add one teaspoon salt of the beans have been soaked in salted water. If not, add 2 to 3 teaspoons to taste. Add the kombu, onion, garlic, bay leaf, and any other seasonings you might enjoy. Be aware that adding any acid, such as vinegar or tomatoes, will toughen the beans and is not recommended until the end of the cooking process. Leave the lid off for firmer beans to use in salads and pasta dishes. If you want creamier beans for dips, creamy soups, curries, and burritos, cover the pot with the lid slightly ajar.
Check on the beans periodically. Add more water if needed during cooking to make sure the beans stay immersed. Give them a stir every once in a while to help them cook evenly and to make sure they don’t stick to the bottom. Continue simmering the beans until they are as tender as you like. Remove the onion half. Add more salt to taste, if needed.
Serve immediately, refrigerate for up to five days, or freeze in an airtight container for up to six months.
If you like, you can add hearty herbs or spices before cooking. Delicate fresh herbs can be chopped and stirred into the beans just before serving or used as a garnish. Some examples of what to use:
Hearty or Dried Herbs: fresh rosemary, oregano, or thyme; any dried herbs or herb blends, such as herbes de Provence or Italian seasoning
Spices: turmeric, chili powder, cumin, red pepper flakes, curry powder, berbere spice, black pepper
Delicate Herbs: basil, cilantro, dill, chives, parsley, tarragon (pg. 36) #pescan
abbiecornish DUSK is going LIVE❕on @earbudsmusic this Saturday the 11th at 4pm PST. 4pm Los Angeles time. A back to back playlist of an hour and 15 mins of good tunes. Follow @Dusk on the @earbudsmusic app. You can download the app for free and then log in using your Spotify or Apple Music account and listen for free too! For each listener @earbudsmusic will be donating money to those on the front lines and to C-19 relief to help us all through this. 👊✨
В поиске вдохновляющих профилей в Instagram? Крупнейшая база аккаунтов российских и зарубежных знаменитостей! Поиск по категориям, рекомендациям и подборкам набирающих популярность блогеров! Начни фоловить их сейчас, будь в тренде!
Все права принадлежат Instagram. Все фото и видеоматериалы взяты из открытых источников. Они общедоступны в сети и в случае возникновения каких-либо претензий, нарушений авторских или имущественных прав, просьба связаться с администрацией сайта