The most common meal I have to prepare is a hearty bowl of rice with a side of meatballs and steamed vegetables.
I’m often tempted to try out a new food or dish when I get home, but I often regret it the next day.
That’s because I’m always thinking, “Is this actually good for me?”
This article is a guide to make that decision and find out whether or not it is.
In the end, I’m pretty sure it is, and it may be worth the extra effort.
When I go back to work after a few weeks, I may eat more vegetables and rice, but the meat will be gone.
Food by me is a comfort food menu that was created by a friend of mine.
It’s like a Chinese menu that allows you to prepare the basic meals you need at home.
I started by cooking a variety of traditional meals in my kitchen, including a traditional meal for a husband and wife.
For the first week, we used a mix of rice, vegetables, and meats for the dinner and later switched to rice and meatballs for the main meal.
After a few days, I switched to the traditional Chinese menu, which consisted of noodles, chicken, and a side dish of tofu, which I think is a little more filling than rice.
We were pleasantly surprised by the taste of the dish, and we’re now planning to make it again.
I hope this helps you to make your own meal plan and find comfort foods you can prepare at home instead of having to go to the store.
What foods do you find yourself craving at home?