A Brown Rice Bowl Brimming With Fresh Veggies and Friendship

A Brown Rice Bowl Brimming With Fresh Veggies and Friendship

Editor’s note: Now that it’s a few days into the new year, I might finally be ready for healthful meals made with produce and other nutritious ingredients, like this vegetable-filled rice bowl from Alex and Sonja of A Couple Cooks. But it's not all brown rice and veggies -- an oozy fried egg on top will satisfy your indulgent streak. -- Jane

We enjoyed it so much that we couldn’t stop making it: first, for a delightful visit from Leah and Andrea, two college friends in town from New York and Argentina, respectively – and then again for a lunch with new friends Shanna and Tim, who we met through their blog Food Loves Writing, a lovely space that celebrates both food and the written word.


Rice bowl with kale, red pepper, and egg
Image: Courtesy of A Couple Cooks

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