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Now here we go – I’ll catch you up on what’s been twisting in my kitchen the past week. …Coming soon… Keywords “chocolate” and “mint.”
You’re probably wondering, “Chocolate Mint what?” Well, just chocolate mint. Mint leaves with a bit of chocolate smell and flavor. I got some last week at the Farmer’s Market. I couldn’t resist it, even though I didn’t know what to do with them. Finally, I decided to dry them.
The leaves made enough for about 3 cups of tea. But three wonderful cups of chocolate-mint-sweetened-with-honey-and-added-cream-too tea.
My husband loves sweet potatoes, and I found some of those, too — when we were up in Eugene the weekend before last. I peeled and diced them and cast iron skilleted them in coconut oil. They needed nothing else. So good.
This is a quiche that really puffed up. It was yummy – fresh herbs, fresh sauteed vegetables, homemade cheese. Doesn’t get much better.
And finally, some tender, chewy sourdough bread bites. Before they went into the oven.
So that’s it for me… what’s twisting in your kitchens? Join me again on Thursday to link up your probiotic breakfast ideas in the new series: Probiotics: Every Meal.
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