First off: didja notice that the url to this site is now official? Thanks to the kind, honorable and supportive Bruce T. Herbert of Newground Social Investment, Iron Shawna has an official domain space in the interwebs! There are no words…
This week’s video is a follow up to a facebook conversation about oddball ingredients in eggs. Thekla told me that she often adds pumpkin (among other things) to eggs, and I suddenly remembered some pumpkin that some friends had grown and given to me in a freezable portion. I had also recently received some coconut milk and decided to treat myself for diligently exercising and taking care of my health as of late.
So: pumpkin in eggs? Sure. Pumpkin in pie? Yeah, ok. Pumpkin pie in ice cream? Hellzyess!!
- Pam Huber of Seriously Yum laughed with me about stocking pantries.
- My friend Susan Keene from Mountlake Terrace, Washington told me about how she and her husband get creative on a Paleo diet during their hectic working and studying schedules.
- My friend Luisa Walmsley (who is in town visiting from her exciting life in Afghanistan) let me hit the record button while we cooked fresh, egg-less noodles with arugula pesto, cranberries, Beecher’s Honey Blank Slate cheese, and buttermilk. Let’s just say we used a vodka bottle as our rolling pin and leave the rest to your imagination for now…
Can you just taste the new material? I can. For now, here is how I made my pumpkin pie ice cream:
– Opening/closing song: “Neon” from iMovie
– Time lapse song: “Smash Sketch” by Kevin MacLeod from incompetech.com
**Nominal Nutritional Information:
Coconut milk is high in iron, manganese, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, copper, selenium, zinc, folate and vitamin C. It also contains vitamin E, vitamin K, thiamin, vitamin B6, niacin, choline, pantothenic acid and calcium.
Pumpkin provides a large dose of vitamin A, as well as trace percentages of vitamin C, calcium, and iron.
Honey carries some amounts of vitamin B2, vitamin B6, iron and manganese.
Vanilla extract contains no vitamins and only small amounts of the minerals magnesium and potassium.
Cinnamon contains a fair amount of fiber and manganese with a somewhat smaller amount of calcium.
Ginger is a very rich source of pyridoxine (vitamin B-6), pantothenic acid (vitamin B-5), potassium, manganese, copper, and magnesium.
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