As I mentioned a few posts ago, I've decided to get back in the kitchen and start creating. I mean, I've BEEN in the kitchen, but I've been mostly cooking other people's recipes since my cookbook, Cookin' Crunk, came out in 2012. That's a long hiatus!
I've had a few failed cookbook projects since then, but I've not been terribly inspired for several years. I'm not necessarily working on a new book this time. I'm just getting creative for the sake of being creative. If that turns into something bigger, GREAT! If not, still GREAT! As I've been doing my sacral chakra balancing, I'm finding that my creativity is coming back, so why not put it to good use?
Last Wednesday (WOK WEDNESDAY!), I created this yummy sunflower seed butter & coconut curry noodle dish with tofu and veggies. It was really awesome, and I can't wait to eat it again. I'm on a sunbutter kick right now, and I cannot get enough of the stuff! For the noodles, I used buckwheat soba, but rice noodles would work well here too. Or even udon!