I was super excited to leave work early today. After a record breaking number of patients yesterday and a lingering (although improving) sinus infection, I welcomed the break. Until I got home and realized that I had a ton of work to do. The BOY was out and so I also welcomed a quiet night at home…perhaps some Castle reruns?! BUT, the sun was shining and I haven’t been active in the mornings, soaking up the sleep instead.
So, I decided before attacking emails, yoga plans, and paperwork that I would unhook my bike and fill the tires with air. My bike ride was almost a really short one since it didn’t seem like my front tire would keep air. I decided to give it a try…a little fresh air is better than none.
I stopped a few times to check the tire and it seemed to be holding up. I took an easy pace thinking I would do a short ride and turn around. But as I got going, I decided to keep going…all the way around the 9 mile loop.
About 3/4 into the loop, I caught a glimpse of a few deer grazing in the woods. I never have my camera with me when I see the deer. But this time I did!
When I got back home, I got started on dinner sides and waited for the BOY to come home and grill shrimp. I have never been a cauliflower fan, but after the most amazing dinner we had a Sunda, I have been interested in the pale veggie. I thought it’d be fun to do an Asian cauliflower. The last time I tried, I burned more seasoning than I tasted. This time, I decided to mix it all in a bowl first.
Ingredients included…equal parts olive oil and teriyaki garlic seasoning plus a sprinkle of red pepper flakes.
How about that…an original recipe on a week day. It’s amazing to be home from work before 6pm. What a treat!
It was a bland colored but super tasty dinner! Followed by some much needed down time and TV : )
Roasted Teriyaki Garlic Cauliflower
1 head cauliflower
2 tbsp teriyaki garlic seasoning
2 tbsp olive oil
Red pepper flakes, to taste
Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
Wash and slice cauliflower. Place in bowl and top with garlic/olive oil mixture. Spread out on baking sheet sprayed with cooking spray. Then sprinkle with red pepper flakes.
Bake for 40 minutes, checking once to stir around.
What do you do when you get home from work early?