Brendan and I spent most of today playing around with how to film and edit videos – here’s our first one! Starting with the easy stuff. I love lemons and use them in just about everything. So cut these and try this simple lemon dressing.
Also, I’m a brunette now!!!!!
Pomegranates are awesome and a powerhouse of antioxidants, but if you’ve ever tried to de-seed one, you know how messy they can be. I’ve found that this technique works like a charm, without making your kitchen look like a crime scene with all the red pomegranate juice.
HOW TO: DE-SEED A POMEGRANATE
1. Get a pomegranate. They’re usually available in most grocery stores during the winter. They’re so pretty!
2. Fill a bowl with water.
3. Underneath the water, score the pomegranate, then pull the scored sections apart.
4. Working underwater (this keeps everything from being messy) separate the pomegranate seeds from the white “pith” part – they should all fall away pretty easily. The seeds will sink to the bottom of the bowl and the pith is light enough that it’ll float to the surface.
5. Drain the bowl, remove the seeds, and enjoy. Sprinkle them on top of the World’s Greatest Pumpkin Dip, yogurts, salads, or just eat on their own. I love everything about these.