[This post is sponsored by my pals at Bob’s Red Mill! We’re using their amazing Gluten Free Organic Steel Cut Oats for these Quicker Cooking Steel Cut Oats.]
OATS!!!!! To say I’m excited about this “recipe” is a total understatement. Read More
Tis the season for those little brats who come to our doors and tempt us with those addictive chocolate/coconut/caramel cookies, those better-when-frozen chocolate/mint wafers, and those I-could-eat-1000 oatmeal peanut butter sandwiches. But I’m allowed to call them “brats” because I was one of those brats.
I think it’s kind of ironic that I went into business school after my lack of entrepreneurial prowess in the Girl Scout cookie trade. I always capitalized on my mom and dad bringing the order form into work and getting their co-workers to support their hard-working Girl Scout daughter. But walking around in the cold, knocking on doors, and having conversations with people I would otherwise never talk to? Yeah, that didn’t sound so fun.Read More
My name is Alexa Peduzzi, and I am an oatmeal addict.
I figured this was a respectable way to start Fooduzzi – an admittance of my obsession with the lowly oat. Believe you me; they will be making many appearances here. I can honestly say I have had a bowl of oatmeal every day for about five months. I apologize for being a 99-year-old woman.
I. Love. Pasta.
I love twirling it, spearing it, and scooping it.
I love it with creamy sauces, tossed in herby sauces, loaded with tomato sauce, and delicately mixed with oily sauces.
Pasta is one of those ingredients that I almost have too much of at all times – it’s always there for me at the end of a long day. A comforting carb friend, if you will.
And the fact I can get it from the pantry to the kitchen table (or, in all quarantine seriousness, to the couch) in under 30 minutes makes me love it that much more.
While I think we can all agree that pasta is incredible, what’s not incredible is eating the same red sauce from a jar 4x a week.
These are some of the easiest pasta recipes I have here on the blog so you could, if you wanted, eat pasta every day of the week…for two weeks.
Not saying that you should. But if you wanted to, you’ll be ready.
Let’s roll:Read More
So, what’s up?
We all know what’s up. And what’s up is a whole lot of weirdness, uncertainty, and staying indoors.
Since grocery stores are a bit of a madhouse right now and we’re all limiting our time spent there, I figured I’d show you what I ate in a day. Specifically this past Sunday!
My goal with this post is two-fold:
1. Entertainment. I not-so-secretly love reading “What I Ate in a Day” posts/watching “What I Ate” videos. Why? They’re entertaining and interesting!
2. Inspo. My meals are very much based in the staples we have on-hand. Oats, rice, beans, tofu, etc. Hopefully this post can help you get a little creative with your pantry this week!
Let’s do this.Read More
[This post is sponsored by my best foodie friends at Bob’s Red Mill! We’re using their Organic Rolled Oats for this recipe.]
Do you already have your Thanksgiving menu all planned and ready to go?
Yeah, I thought so. That’s why we’re in Christmas Cookie mode here on Fooduzzi.
The wonderful world of holiday eats never sleeps!Read More
YAY. My very first burrito on the blog ever.
I’m ashamed, but also very excited.Read More