This is a quick pasta sauce that every member of our family will love. The kale is a wonderful source of vitamins A, C, and K, as well as omega 3 and omega 6. You can use any kind of pasta you want when making this dish. It takes very little time to make, and using grass-fed beef and organic vegetables it’s still barely $3 per person.Pin It
Tag: Mediterranean cuisine
Here’s the menu for my family for the week of February 14th. As far as desserts go, we have Floating Hearts to enjoy today, and I’ll be making fruit pizzas (recipe to follow) for a night at church this week!Pin It
My house is in a state of “too much traveling in too short of a time” chaos. In an effort to help me in the only way that he can from so far away, my awesome husband took the initiative and posted four amazing and healthy pizza recipes so that I can take the week “off” and get caught up with life. And because he is much more diligent about details than me, you’re even getting nutritional information in these recipes!
This dish is wonderful served as a vegetable side dish or as a light lunch entrée. Brushing the inside of the tomato shell with Tabasco adds a robust hint of the Southwest.Pin It
I’ll admit that I have not yet made this dish. However, it sounds fantastic and it is more of a “when I add it to the menu” kind of thing rather than an “if I add it to the menu.” This would be an amazing brunch or lunch dish, a perfect potluck change from the normal pot of country beans, or the base for a vegetarian dinner. It is almost limitless as a dish. I cannot wait to try it.Pin It
We keep hummus in our refrigerator all the time. It is a delicious, healthy snack full of protein and just yummy goodness. I dip veggies into it, Homemade Whole Wheat Pita Bread, tortilla chips, bagel chips — whatever we have on hand. I often set it out as a starter for guests to snack on while I finish up dinner. This is a completely vegetarian dish and perfect for a Daniel Fast or Lent.Pin It