Chicken Yakitori Bowls
An easy, healthy dinner paying tribute to one of my favorite cuisines!
How is it already Thursday??? I swear, these days I get to the studio at 9 (OK, maybe more like 9:10) but then I look up from my camera/computer and it’s already 3 p.m. Whew. Exciting work makes for fast work days!
Tonight, after a busy week at the studio, I’m relaxing at home with one of these babies:
Dave and I both have a few projects to work on this evening, so after some delicious tofu tacos, we’ve been holed up at the kitchen table with our laptops… and a cocktail, of course. This springy, St. Pat’s-perfect cocktail has been a lovely way for us to unwind, even as we finish up some emails and photo edits. Maybe later there will even be some leftover Pi Day Pie!
It’s a good thing the cocktails are so delicious. And that vase of daffodils is sure helping, too. It might be the best $7 I’ve ever spent at New Seasons!
The best part is, this lovely green drink is perfect for you to make for St. Patrick’s Day, and it’s easy enough to make that you won’t have to do a lot of extra work or shopping! The green is just from muddled basil, and an optional splash of Green Chartreuse if you happen to have some nearby.
If you’re looking for an easy and delicious cocktail to celebrate St. Pat’s tonight and this weekend, I highly recommend this one! But it’s also great for any day in spring — that green color is all natural, and there’s no reason to only enjoy this once a year.
This post is sponsored by Izze! All opinions are my own.