My friend, Chef Ryan Hutmacher, won ABC’s The Chew Search for the Weight Watchers® Chef a while back. Before that, when he still lived in Chicagoland, he and I filmed a series of awesome cooking videos where we used fresh ingredients to prepare healthy recipes for all you wonderful peeps. Chef Ryan’s delicious taco dinner is $10 or less and very easy to cook, especially with freshness from your garden. It includes tomatoes and onions from my very own front lawn veggie stash and is one of the most delicious and inexpensive taco meals you can prepare. Above you see a “how to” video that features the amazing Sun Gold Cherry Tomato and onions I grew myself. Below is the delicious recipe.
To learn more about rain water cisterns and rain exchange systems for your garden and lawn that you see in the background where we filmed, please go to the sponsor for the “Living Lean and Green; How To Cook Healthy For $10 or Less” video series, Aquascape Inc., at www.aquascapeinc.com. They have an amazing website filled with ideas to help you live more sustainably by collecting and utilizing rain water, particularly to water a garden.
The “Living Lean and Green; How To Cook Healthy For $10 or Less”video series features Chef Ryan Hutmacher, The Centered Chef of Centered Chef Food Studios (http://www.centeredchef.com), cooking with me (Shawna Coronado) in my front lawn vegetable garden. Together, we are creating meals which cost a family of four $10 or less to prepare and features organic vegetables I have grown myself.
Today’s recipe features cherry tomatoes I grew myself. Tequila Glazed Fish Tacos with Avocado Salsa Recipe is TO DIE FOR! Cook it up!