looks too good to resist

Hello all, Mary Ellen again.

Was trying to catch up on my e-mail and blogs this morning and came across a photo of this recipe at Pat Sloan’s blog (our upcoming seminar teacher). (BTW have you signed up for your class yet? We’ll be mailing supply lists out soon, if you want to get yours the easy way please register this week!) Anyway this recipe really appealed to me. I have loads of fresh basil in the garden waiting for the right recipe, and have been overdosing on fresh spinach in my toss at salad bars. If you made your own bread crumbs from Fiber 1 cereal (click here), this could be a very WW friendly recipe.

Have a look at the photo and see if you can resist. click here. The text in the blog entry that goes with it is amusing too. I think the ingredients will definitely be on this week’s grocery list. Are there any other quilters out there like me, who like to eat more than to cook ? Hate to chop stuff up (that’s why I go nuts at a good salad bar) but love to enjoy the finished product. Let me know if you try this recipe out.

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One response to “looks too good to resist

  1. Janet Reilly

    Your right that recipe looks terrific. I want to try it but I have to figure out what to do about the spinach–there is no way my husband will eat spinach.

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