What? You think because something is wrapped in Boston Lettuce leaves it couldn't possibly satisfy a man's appetite?
Just look at that free-range ground chicken breast, carefully seasoned with jalapeno pepper, basil and Thai fish sauce. Considered common street food in Thailand, this dish is called laab gai according to the special issue of Cook's Illustrated Light & Healthy from whence it came. They just call it Asian Chicken Lettuce Wraps. Let's see what Dan calls following the initial bite.
I think the proof is in the pudding, people.
Here is the printable recipe that when trimmed, fits into a 6 x 6 page protector as part of my free recipe album book idea from a few years back.
One of the things I am currently working on is to design the end-all, be-all digital recipe binder template, one that will allow me to compile all of my recipes into one functional, comprehensive binder. See below for my request from you blog readers to help me make it even more awesome.
In other food related news, following a dinner at my friend Gwen's house, where our delicious pear and walnut spinach salad was served up with the coolest salad tongs I'd ever seen, not only did I have to make them mine, but I bought a gorgeous acacia wood bowl to go along with them.
I was so geeked out about this new bowl that my sweet teenager pointed out to me it wasn't normal for a person to get that excited about a bowl.
Okay, 1-4…how about now?
No? Blue cheese, carmelized pecans and dried cranberries not your thing? (Thanks, Trader Joe's Baby Spinach kit!) Good. All the more for me to eat.
In my giant bowl.
Here's to healthy food and giant bowls.
And speaking of recipes…
As I mentioned above, I am beginning work on a new template series for the ultimate recipe binder. The binder I'm planning will be 8.5 x 11. What I'm wondering is what sections, tabs and functions do you wish you had in a recipe binder? Please, don't be shy. Share your thoughts in the comments today.