Monday, March 31, 2014

Spinach & Feta Stuffed Portabella Mushrooms

Mushrooms may be one of my favorite foods.  There's nothing more I like as a side dish than a grilled portabella mushroom.  With it still being a bit chilly in Denver, the grill is not an option.  I stumbled on this recipe and altered it a bit.  This would make a wonderful meatless meal.  I served it with chicken and couscous and found it to be way to much food! This is a vegetarian's heaven.

Sunday, March 30, 2014

Hello Kitty Sushi ~Spring Rolls for the Young at Heart

I saw this on a random food blog during Christmas and have been waiting all winter to share it! I can't tell you much more than this video can and good luck! I would really like to say I've made them but not yet, so if anyone tries them please let us know how they come out! 

Sunday, March 16, 2014

Party Like A Leprechaun Who's Partied Too Much With These Non~Alcoholic Drinks!

St. Patrick’s Day is very near and we have to be prepared for a proper celebration. We all know for what kind of holiday we are talking about here, we know that almost every town in the US has his own green parade organized on the 14-th of March every year. On this day everybody wants to have some fun, to do interesting things and hangout with other people, but, not everyone wants to drink alcoholic drinks, that’s for sure. So, we have made a wonderful list of top 10 best green non-alcoholic drinks for St. Patrick’s Day to help you choose something more easily. Besides the fact that they are all irresistible and mouth-watering, they are very healthy too, so, come on, take a quick look at the article and we are sure that you will find your favorite for this special day.

Honeydew-Basil Nojitos

Top 10 Non Alcoholic Drinks for St. Patricks Day
We are starting to countdown with the honeydew-basil nojitos recipe, one of the most delicious drinks that you can find on the internet. It’s very easy for making, you just have to follow the instructions step by step.
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Luck Charms Party Cake

When I was a kid, the ditty went “pink hearts, yellow moons, orange stars, green clovers, blue diamonds and purple horseshoes.” The Lucky Charms marshmallow shapes have changed a bit through the years (I especially loved the addition of red balloons in the late ‘80s) but the quirky mascot Lucky the Leprechaun is still the same. And 50 years later, we’re still after his delicious Lucky Charms! 

Sunday, March 9, 2014

Irish Mashed Potatoes~Colcannon with Kale and Pancetta

I'm actually a little ashamed that I have not been making this regularly, this changes now~Enjoy and happy spring!