It was another great week over here! Here's some things we have been up to.
On Tuesday, we had such a great live. We talked about one of our favorite books, Home Sweet Maison: The French Art of Making a Home. We are proud Americans over here, but we love sharing different things we love about other cultures! Thanks to Mr. Food Nanny being a pilot, we have been blessed to see so much of the world. It's no surprise that France has always been one of our favorite places to visit. We love the food, the culture, and just the way they live! If you tuned in for the live, you saw us make a new favorite dessert, fondant au chocolat. It is AMAZING! And uses ingredients we always have on hand. Here is the recipe, tweeked a little to be our own!
As of this week, our Amazon favorites list is ready to shop. We have been gathering a list of our favorite things for sometime now, and are so happy to finally have it available for you! To get there, either click on the link on our instagram profile, and select Amazon Favorites, or go to: https://www.amazon.com/shop/thefoodnanny . We hope you are as excited as we are about this!
And then for our Friday live, we let you decide between a bread and pizza. The people voted, and Bread it was! We decided to show you our delicious Hearth bread. Food Nanny Jr. almost didn't make it thanks to a crazy snow storm but luckily it all worked out. The Kamut in the bread makes it next level! It is dense, but has such a simple and delicious flavor. You need this in your life, especially if you love a good country white bread.
Thanks for joining us for another great week! Even though Food Nanny Sr. will be off on an amazing adventure, Food Nanny Jr. will be holding down the fort for us this week. We have some fun things planned, so stay tuned! And here's what we will be cooking:
Monday: 3 Bean Chili with Corn Bread
Tuesday: Pasta with Hot Italian Sausage
Wednesday: Fish Tacos
Thursday: Chicken Fajita Soup
Friday: Authentic Margherita Pizza
Saturday: Grilled Chicken Tenders with Brown Rice
Sunday: Tri Tip Roast with Red Potatoes
And remember... Keep Cooking, Your Family is Worth It!