Wow, I’ve wanted to do this for a LONG time.
One of the things that spurred me forward on this journey was the fact that it is really hard to find prepared, frozen meals that are actually good for you. Meals that don’t contain any number of difficult to pronounce ingredients, along with artificial colours, flavours and zero taste.
I can’t tell you how many times I have stopped at the grocery store to pick up something that I can “just throw in the oven”, and left empty handed.
We don’t always have the time or the energy to cook every meal–sometimes it is just so much easier (and/or necessary) to reheat something for dinner and get everyone on their way to soccer, piano, brownies, fill-in-the-blank…I don’t think that should mean that we must be destined to eat items that don’t taste very good, have very little nutrient quantity/quality or are filled with crap you can’t pronounce. I don’t think that we should have to choose inferior items, simply because some days are really busy.
So that being said… I am so happy to announce that Foodivore, will now be offering ENTREES! Yeah!
Delicious dishes, made with love and local ingredients (wherever possible). Nutritious. Easy. Tasty.
Dishes you can feel really good about feeding yourself and your family.
Please, click on the “Delicious” link above and see what is available for you. Keep in mind, dishes will be added weekly depending on availability and the inspiration that may strike me–if you have any requests, please let me know!
~here is a quick pizza recipe for you…just in case you don’t stop by and pick something up this week 🙂
Margherita Pizza a la Me
1 batch Pizza Dough (if you don’t have a bread machine to make this in, feel free to use your stand mixer, food processor or knead by hand–all of the methods will provide great results)
thinly sliced fresh tomatoes
Basil leaves rough chopped
fresh mozzarella or bococcini, sliced thinly
1/4 cup olive oil
1-2 cloves garlic crushed
1 tbsp balsamic vinegar
Mix olive oil, garlic, pepper and vinegar. Set aside. Stretch our pizza dough on a large baking sheet, as think as you like (I think the thinner, the better :). Top with oil mixture, spreading evenly over dough. Add sliced tomatoes and cheese. Top with chopped basil leaves and a sprinkle of Parmesan cheese if you like. Bake at 425 degrees for about 20 minutes.