It's funny to me when I hear this question (kinda frequently). It seems that I think about food all of the time between planning blog posts, reading others' food writing, creating recipes and cooking. In my mind, there are so many choices of what to cook and eat that I sometimes get overwhelmed by choice.
Because I'm busy living my life, I forget that to others our diet might seem wacky. My kids and I are vegan (so is our dog), and my husband is probably 97% vegan. (He occasionally eats some cows' milk cheese if he's out.) We also have a nut-free household. Although we do eat gluten and soy in our home, we try not to over-rely on them, and eat a variety of gluten-free and soy-free foods, too.
I know from talking to other folks following special diets, that they also are asked a lot about what they can possibly eat.
Well ... the list is endless, really.
Fruits and Vegetables all sorts of ways
Seeds and Beans and Whole Grains
Soups and Stews
Muffins and Breads
Pizza and Pasta
Cakes and Pies
Risottos and Casseroles
Snacks and Dips and Chips
And so much more!
"What's Cooking?" has so many answers that I can only quietly chuckle when someone asks about what we eat. The question in my head is, "How much time have you got?"
What have you been eating lately?
Kim and Megan