I have settled on an all-purpose smoothie as my consistent work-day breakfast. Two cups go to work Monday through Friday. One with hot milk for making coffee at the office.
The other is the "Who needs to spend $5 on JambaJuice" smoothie that I manage to make in the morning, and still get to work on time. And then the "second shift" of either husband or birdie has the other half.
One important caveat on the aesthetic of a slightly less than freshly-made smoothie. If you store the second serving in the fridge, it will separate and look really quite gross after a couple of hours. IT IS STILL TASTY! Simply give it a good stir. Close your eyes if you must, but trust me, as long as you have it within the same day, it will be yum. Click here for recipe.
My New England (Mass and RI) ohana is simply awesome. As much as I would love to, I cannot eat lob-stuh, due to food allergies, Jane's Baked Scallops give me that seafood fix in a simple, comfort-food fashion.
Nothing fancy, just good fresh food that is easy to make. Click here to make it this week.