Ralph Lauren's signature burger. At his New York City restaurant, they use a mix of chuck, brisket, and short rib. If you have an awesome butcher, ask him or her to give you a blend, but you’ll get great results with chuck alone.
Crack egg into custard cup. . Poke yolk 2x with toothpick. Pour in 1/3 c HOT water and a splash of vinegar. cover with paper plate. Microwave 80% for 60 seconds. Test. Add additional 20 secs at 50% until it's the way you like it. use slotted spoon
During the spring and summer, salads are on our table almost daily – especially once they start overtaking my garden! I make a different salad dressing every week, and that keeps taste buds happy and salads fun and interesting all season.
These wild blueberry snack balls are perfect for a lunch box or after-school snack, a grab-and-go breakfast or just a fun dessert. I rolled them in shredded coconut, but I bet cocoa powder or hemp seeds would also be delish. You could just eat them plain, too!
The base for this pudding is 1 cup of milk (any nut milk or even cow’s milk will do) with 1/4 cup chia seeds. Once you have this base, you can pretty much do anything you want. I typically add a few drops of liquid Stevia and some vanilla and go from there. You can use any type of sweetener you want, maple syrup or honey are great, too. I love to mix my pudding with yogurt. The creaminess of the yogurt just takes it to a whole new level. And then of course you need some fruit for texture, and I like to sprinkle on some kind of nut topping. Today I used hemp seeds, but sliced almonds would be good or even some chopped macadamia nuts.