Why I love leftovers: look at this gorgeous bowl o’ health made in 30 seconds by pouring various leftovers into one bowl using one piece of silverware. Minimal clean-up, maximum flavor and goodness.
Do y’all groove on tabbouleh like I do? It is verry good and very easy. You can make it traditionally with bulgur (aka cracked wheat), but if you want a gluten- and wheat-free alternative that’s probably even better for you, try quinoa. It’s an amazing ancient grain chock full of vitamins, minerals, protein and fiber.