I’ve been away for a while I know. Not really away, because really I was here but I haven’t had the muse or the inspiration to sit down on my butt and write a post. I’m sure you know this doesn’t mean I haven’t been cooking or baking – because I have been, non stop. I just wasn’t in the mood.
Maybe it’s because after coming back home from visiting my family it kinda felt like something was missing. Maybe it’s the weather and the never ending winter or maybe it’s just life, I’m not really sure.
I’ve continued exploring the amazing world of food of course, reading blogs, watching cooking shows, reading books and experimenting in the kitchen, and lately I found out that I’m fed up with junk. Yes – some people might call that junk food or dessert or a treat, but I have to just come out and say it: People – frosting? is not good for you, those cheese loaded (seriously loaded) – are not good for you, food colorings? – don’t even get me started, and there’s so much more. I’m no saint, I admit it, I’ll eat something cheesy once in a while, but I mostly do my very best to eat healthier and maintain a balanced diet, and when I see online websites, blogs and Facebook posts that are ONLY frosting, fat, cheese, colors etc. it makes me both mad and sad. Mad because I don’t get how so many people are not aware or just don’t care, and sad because there are so many of them.
But hey, I finally post something and it’s a rant, come on! let’s discuss food – like these delicious super easy amazing wings; AND they’re baked! so good! My son and I just set down and devoured a whole bowl together, minus the beer for him – he’ll have grape juice thank you very much.
- 600gr/ 1.5lbs. Chicken Wings
- 1 Tbsp Ketchup
- 2 tbsp Maple
- 2 tsp Garlic Powder
- 2 tsp Paprika
- ¼ tsp Salt
- 1 Tbsp Olive Oil
- Preheat oven to 425F (220C) and prepare a baking sheet layered with parchment paper.
- Put all the ingredients in a medium mixing bowl and mix everything together (using your hands will work best and make sure the wings are fully covered).
- Place in the preheated oven and bake for 25-30 minutes.
I’ve been away for a while I know. Not really away, because really I was here but I haven’t had the muse or the inspiration to sit down on my butt and write a post. I’m sure you know this doesn’t mean I haven’t been cooking or baking – because I have been, non stop. […]Read More