In fact, several avocado recipes allow you to lose weight, and you should explore them. They allow you to taste great snacks without gaining the whammies of unwanted extra pounds you've always been scared of.
Published 4 months ago
Originally published on my blog: gitanaeleni.com
So far in this series we've talked about the history of Santa Maria Style BBQ and some of our traditional cuts of meat, and how they're cooked on our open pit... now it's time to talk about some of the sides, which Filthy Filly's has put they're own SMSB spin on.
I’m a fly by the seat of my pants kind of cook, so I quite literally threw this recipe together in two hours, from concept to the table. I have to pat myself on the back, because these chili boats came out AMAZING!! It satisfied every craving you could think of, and while it’s hearty and has a complex flavor, it’s also light enough to leave you feeling energized and healthy. This is the perfect meal for a dinner party, especially for the upcoming fall, as sweet potatoes and chili seem to warm people up and make them feel festive.
In my last article, I introduced you to the West's answer to BBQ (Santa Maria Style BBQ) and the long-loved tradition of cooking our meat over a red oak open pit. The traditional cut of meat used is a sirloin or top block; however, we became even more solidified in our own brand of BBQ when in the 1950s a local butcher took a usual throw away piece of meat, he called the Tri-tip (for it's triangular shape) and threw it on the open pit with the usual simple Santa Maria style of seasoning we've always used, and still use today. This series will visit these cuts of meat and how to prepare them, as well as introduce you to different cuts of meats, dishes, and flavors families all over the central coast have brought to the pit, which have become a tradition in their own right.
Saw this drink advertised in Starbucks… Iced espresso and tonic.
I love chocolate cake, I used to love the original version of this and have finally got around to adapting it. I have been meaning to do some experimenting with Fiber Flour for a while and in this it gives a good texture. If you have no Fiber flour replace with 150g of ground almonds or almond flour.