I’m married to a Jordanian/Russian who is mostly in touch with her Middle Eastern roots, so it’s safe to say I know my way around some pita bread by this point.
And while I’m usually smothering it in hummus, then cramming as much grilled meat into the bread as possible, Chef Brian has me going Greek with Week 16, Meal 2: Turkey gyro with feta cheese and tzatziki sauce. Continue reading Week 16, Meal 3: Turkey gyro, the diet hero
Everything I would need to say about Week 7, Meal 3: Lamb burger with grilled red onion, feta, bell pepper yogurt, tomato and greens is in that picture.
So, instead of rambling on, I’m just going to give you the jump. Continue reading Week 7, Meal 3: Lamb burger with grilled red onion, feta, bell pepper yogurt, tomato and greens
I got home a later than expected from work last night and decided that Huevos Rancheros — originally planned as Week 4, Meal 1 — was just not happening.
So I switched gears and decided to whip up Week 4, Meal 1: Frittata with spinach, mushroom, tomato and feta.
I’ve only ever had one frittata — essentially a baked omelette — and I wasn’t too happy to see this dish on the menu because my previous experience didn’t go well.
As always, Chef Brian came through with a simple, easy-to-prepare dish that whipped the pants off any restaurant egg dish I’ve had in recent memory. Continue reading Week 4, Meal 1: Frittata with spinach, mushroom, tomato and feta