But in the meantime, what I can do is thrive in the situation I have and work to change things where I can. It is not overnight. And in the meantime, I have to insert my passions into the fray where I can. One such occasion was two nights ago when I cooked dinner for my sister and our friend Robyn. I had to take a page out of the Sandra Lee Semi-homemade school since I was short on time, kitchen space, etc. I threw together a homemade pizza, salad and a side of brussel sprouts (for good measure). The pizza was a hit and Robyn was keen to take the recipe and use it for entertaining later in the week! When it comes down to it, homecooking is not that hard no matter where you are or what you are up to. I lived for 6 months in London where all I had was a hot plate and I never missed a beat on the homecooking. No excuses!
1 store bought ready made Organic pizza crust
Sauteed / roast veggies ( I used a combination of caramelized onions, garlic, mushrooms, bell pepper, squash, zucchini)
Put a healthy layer of marinara sauce on the bottom, then the turkey pepperoni and a sprinkling of cheese. Artfully arrange the sauteed veggies and top with more cheese. Bake for 8-12 minutes, or whatever your crust insists. See easy. Throw together a quick green salad and you have a whole meal in no time flat.