Warm Chicken Salad with Peppers, Pears & Toasted Pinenuts Leftover roast chicken, wrapped in foil and re-warmed at 350 (save juices and drippings) 1 bunch of arugula, washed and torn 2 pears, sliced paper thin 4-6 small sweet peppers, slivered 1/4 c. pine nuts, toasted 2 Tbs. minced rosemary 2 shallots, sliced thin juice of […]
I love apple pies, and I can’t think of a better way to spend a beautiful Saturday evening other than baking these cute little apple pies I found online. I found the recipe at one of my favorite blogs Twig and Thistle. Not only do these make a great home made treat for the family, […]
I saw these beautiful naturally dyed Easter Eggs over at apartmenttherapy.com and had to share! Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs Hard Boiled Eggs, room temperature, or white and brown eggs, preferably not super-fresh 1 tablespoon white vinegar per cup of strained dye liquid Purple Cabbage (makes blue on white eggs, green on brown eggs) Red Onion […]
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Foodie Zulay Santana brings you fun, quick and easy recipes to help you stay healthy. Nutrition is the first step in keeping in shape!