Mmmmm…garlic! This creamy garlic sauce was easy to make and very versatile. The recipe was for penne pasta and garlic sauce, but as you can see from the photos below I enjoyed mine atop of a potato while Rubes enjoyed his on tri-color pasta from Trader Joe’s.
Again, another hit from Happy Herbivore meal plans. Gotta love it.
So, last night was supposed to be a Grilled Corn & Quinoa Salad, which actually ended up being “canned corn thrown in a pan with BBQ flavoring, green onion and grape tomatoes, mixed with quinoa and cilantro” we also added some avocado which gave it a little flair, but I really think next time we’ll try to find a grill to do the recipe as it suggests…because what was created was a little boring. Which I’m not a fan of…OH WELL!
On another note, I found a really cute avocado.
Next up: Eggless salad *super yummy*
If this recipe could sing, it would sound like a choir from the most angelic place on earth. Who doesn’t love fresh wholesome ingredients? Who doesn’t LOVE heirloom tomato, zucchini & basil? And most of all who isn’t in love with truffle salt? I know this blog is mostly about oatmeal but I had to share this recipe, it’s that good.
Please try this at home.
Slice tomato into 1/4 inch slices.
Slice zucchini length wise with a mandolin or with a sharp knife (about 1/8 inch thick)
Cut sprouted tortilla into small triangles for garnish.
Start with a two slices of zucchini, side by side and spread pesto on top. Layer with the largest slice of tomato and add a little more pesto, then another two slices of zucchini, layer pesto and add a smaller slice of tomato. Continue until your stack is the desired height. Dollop a little more pesto on top, add sprouted tortilla triangles and a basil leaf. Sprinkle with truffle salt.
You will fall in love with this and almost immediately wish you had made more…
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Along our travels around the county this weekend, we found this tomato-apple-raisin spread that we thought might be interesting in om of the day. I have to admit it’s a little weird, but if you like tomatoes then you’ll like this. It’s sweet and salty and a little chunky!
1 C cooked oatmeal
2 T tomato apple raisin spread
Mix spread with oatmeal and enjoy!
mOMent: The phrase ‘take it with a grain of salt’ always interested me because it implies that one should maintain at least some level of skepticism. Being skeptical can help you maintain a balance of your own truth and the ideas others would have you believe.
So, I want to know…what are you skeptical about?