Originally pinned from Juanita’s Cocina, although the pin we got this one from actually takes you to a list of a ton of apple recipes, one of which is our lovely breakfast guest.
These little darlings have been staring at me from our Food 2 Test QueuePinterest board for a while now. So, one Saturday afternoon I decided it was as a good time as any to give them a shot. That and I actually had the apples to sacrifice to the cause.
I’ve been eyeing this one for a while. Just to make note, this recipe is slightly different from another roasted carrot recipe we have in our Food 2 Test Queue. We’ll get back to Martha’s carrots at a later date…but for now, this lively colored side dish’s number is up!
The original can be found here. It seems like a great idea doesn’t it?
Let me start off by saying that I am not a big fan of Valentines Day. I feel like it’s an excuse to have a scheduled day to show your love and appreciation for your special someone. On the other days you can be an ass, as long as you did something for the big day. And if you are single, then it’s even worse. The society already tells you that you are less of a person if you are single. On top of that, Valentines Day tells you that you don’t deserve to feel special because you have no one to make you feel special. But since we can’t avoid Valentines day, I call everyone to spend it loving themselves (whichever way you take that). So in the spirit of self-loving, I decided to make my nails all lovey-dovey.
Even though our final product didn’t look a whole as gorgeous and enticing as the original pin’s, this one totally grabbed our attention as soon as we came across it. It most certainly didn’t have to wait long in our Food 2 Test Queue on Pinterest. As I may have mentioned before, anything with mushrooms will automatically peek my interest. Now, when you add chicken and pasta, that’s pretty much a done deal. When I read the recipe and realized that garlic was also involved, it was destiny! This was happening!
Out of all possible bar foods, hot buffalo wings are definitely among my top three (along with a good queso dip and potato skins). So, when I came across a baked ground turkey version of the same I was VERY excited, especially since my bar food guilty pleasure just got a LITTLE bit healthier! So, without further ado, let’s dig in and see just how promising these bad boys are!
OK, if you noticed the delicious salmon baked in aluminum foil post from last week you’ll realize that this talapia-baking business is a very big step for me. I’m actually becoming a little more adventurous when it comes to fish (read: I actually started preparing fish at all)! Scary, I know! So, when I saw this delicious-looking talapia recipe on Pinterest I knew it just had to happen! Even though the pin itself doesn’t lead to the recipe itself, I managed to dig it out and ventured into talapia baking! You ready for this?