I will have to get pics later since I'm doing this a couple weeks since I made this but I'm due to make it again soon.
Pumkin or similar squash
I bake a pumpkin, acorn squash or butternut squash & let it cool & then peel off the skin, scoop out the seeds & chop it into cubes. In a large pan I pour in a can or two of light coconut milk & add curry to taste, any curry will work, then I throw in the squash until heated through. As a soup I usually add a little stock to thin it out a bit. Serve with Rice, Noodles, Flatbread, ...
This recipe is super versatile, you can add tons of other ingredients, Chicken, Tofu, Fish, Shrimp, Chickpeas, Lentils, Cilantro, Chiles, Peas, Asparagus, Beans, Bell Peppers, ...
You can also use canned pumpkin for a nice smooth sauce and of course it's faster. ;-)
Chuka Soba noodles or Spaghetti
Shredded Cabbage, carrots, celery and onion or a precut bag of coleslaw
Any other veggies, meat or tofu you want to add
Crunchy noodles &/or nuts(I like almonds or cashews)
Cook the noodles, drain, then add a couple tablespoons of oil in the bottom of a big skillet or stir fry pan and throw in the noodles and as much as you want of the veggies and soy sauce.Top with some sliced almonds or other typing of your choice.
This recipe is very versatile, you can use just about any veggies and meat you like and there are plenty of other sauces you can use for flavor, even just garlic and a some fresh cilantro is delish.
Add any veggies and proteins you like: potato, peas, carrot, chickpeas, chicken, tofu, fish, onion, cauliflower, bell pepper, lentils, cilantro, lime, coconut, cashews, ...
(Saag is a yogurt or cream curry with lots of Spinach)
Basmati or Jasmine Rice
Biryani is a rice curry where you add the curry and other ingredients right into the rice. My husbands favorite is a coconut cashew with golden raisins but there are as many variations as you can think of. I recommend going to an Indian restaurant for inspiration. :-)
Nothing is easier than a great stirfry! Put a couple tablespoons of oil in a wok or large pan and when it's hot throw in your veggies and anything else you want. It can be as simple as adding a bunch of garlic or soy sauce or you can buy or make up any number of sauces to add. Some of my favorites are, cabbage with garlic, any frozen veggie mix, and broccoli with soy sauce.
Totally Feels Like You are Cheating Ramen:
Lots of veggies and anything else you want.
(I also cook the ramen and then drain the noodles before adding the spice packet and then add veggies and such and sometimes add plain yogurt or sour cream to make it creamy.)
I was shocked when I read this FB post and Frontier Airlines responses.
There are a lot more comments but this gives you the general idea, at every turn Frontier Airlines spouts policy instead of using this as an opportunity to reach out and win potential customers over.
Here is how they handled her baggage:
Jonna Borough Wilson "Jonna, her bags will be held in our Baggage Service Office at her destination. They can be retrieved once she arrives. ^JR" No one seems to be in the baggage claim area to help us retrieve her bags. What now? Will they be delivered to our home?
And in response to a suggestion that they take 2 seconds to call out the names of anyone who has checked in but not boarded:
Frontier Airlines Miriam, Minors names are not called, they are escorted on before. Our unaccompanied minor ends at 15 unless a parent wishes to have them escorted. ^BZ
Not only did they handle it badly initially but they made her pay a fee to change her to the later flight which was then delayed for three hours and didn't offer any concessions, no food vouchers, nothing. I am utterly APPALLED that Frontier Airlines doesn't train their personnel better than this and that policy is more important than customer relations.
This is the kind of behavior that loses you a LOT of customers, I know that I won't go near them with a ten foot pole now and I'm going to make sure that others know to never use them either, thankfully in this world of technology and communication her FB post being shared by many and even my little post on my little blog can together be seen or shared with enough people to make a decent dent peoples awareness of how some companies treat their customers; as numbers instead of people.
This post was shared with permission from the original poster. The daughter she refers to is her daughter in law.