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This chopped Greek salad has the perfect bite every time since everything is the same size! There are a few special ingredients to make it extra special – spoiler: mint and crumbled pita takes this salad to the next level.

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Ingredients: (serves 2 meals, or 4 sides)

1 can garbanzo beans
1/2 cucumber
1 small tomato
1 bell pepper – any color
~10 mint leaves (or swap for 1 teaspoon fresh oregano)
~1/4 of a red onion
2 tablespoons oil/red wine vingear or 2 tablespoons Italian dressing
1 cup pita chips
Optional: 1 tablespoon creamy caesar + 1 tablespoon Tahini

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Chop the cucumber, tomatoes, peppers, mint, and red onion. Drain and rinse the garbanzo beans. Soak the onion in cold water.
Add all the veggies, herbs, and cheese into a bowl.

Chopped Greek Salad - The Three Bite Rule

Drizzle in the dressing or oil/vinegar, salt and pepper, zatar spice or Italian seasoning, and toss well. Taste and adjust as needed. Just before serving, crumble in the pita chips.
Optional: stir together the caesar/tahini mixture and drizzle over the top.

Chopped Greek Salad - The Three Bite Rule The mint and the crumbled pita chips are the true stars of this salad. It is flavorful, filling, and has all the textures. I ate this for lunch – and can totally picture throwing it together for dinner on the baseball sidelines! It’d be great to bring to a party.

March 2024 Recap 0

March was a celebratory month – my birthday! I had a fun family dinner, a really fun night out for indoor mini golfing and dinner with friends, and booked a getaway with my college roomies. Highlights this month was a work trip to NYC and a very fun hibachi dinner for my nephew’s birthday.

These Chicken Cordon Bleu Rice Bowls were the best thing from my kitchen – the kids were wayyy more into this than I expected. I gave these blueberry pie smoothies a facelift since the 2014 debut! Orzo with boursin and sundried tomatoes was so good and couldn’t be easier.

I cannot wait for April vacation and we’re ready for some springy weather. I have a breakfast idea, maybe a salad, maybe something Mexican-ish. The Big Kid:
He is doing indoor baseball clinics and is loving it. Any item in his hand becomes tossed into the air. I’m helping his class with bookclubs and like we all know, the teachers are not revered or compensated as they should be. His teacher was getting them reading that days chapter for 3 different book groups, helping with vocabulary words, giving discussion prompts, keeping kids on task, allowing bathroom trips, and having some read aloud to her all while they wiggle, drop pencils, and repeated ask which graphic organizer they’re supposed to use. They are very fun to chat with about their books.

The Little One:
She went to a Frozen Tea Party Sing-Along which was very cute. She survived pink eye – the medication drops just about did her in. We are trying very hard to get more food into her and are focused on calorie dense options. She learned her whole ballet and tap dances for the recital in May. The kids are very into walkie-talkies and the closet forts continue.

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Year of small businesses/artisans/writers: I got a whole bag of local treasures from my bffs. It was perfect.
Buy Xanax Cod Overnight More meatless meals: peanut sesame noodles & edamame sandwiches and salads: we had Jersey Mike’s one day and made our own salad bar
Buy Diazepam Next Day a focus on going to new or places we don’t get to all the time: We went to Puttershack for my birthday and I loved every second of it!
redo photos – blueberry pie smoothies! what I’m reading: I read ‘West with Giraffes’ for bookclub and found it very captivating. For a non-fiction pic, I read ‘Extremely Online’ and it was very well done but so dense. ‘Lucie Yi is Not a Romantic‘ was a palate cleanser and pretty cute. I did not like ‘Good Material’ it wasn’t for me.

Chicken Cordon Bleu Grain Bowl

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The classic crispy thin chicken rolled around ham and swiss gets a weeknight makeover in this grain bowl. I included all the usuals but in a very assemble your own rice bowl. This was a hit for everyone, and the kids can go either way on rice lately. Cordon bleu translates to blue ribbon so let’s all agree these flavors are winners.

Soma 350Mg Carisoprodol Of course, pounded/breaded/fried chicken cutlets made at home would be better, and a subtle and from scratch sauce would be lovely, but this is the speedy way! Chicken Cordon Bleu Grain Bowls
Ingredients: (for ~4)

1 1/2 cups arborio rice (or any grain you like)
2 cups chicken broth (as needed for your rice/grain)
~3 cups breaded chicken – chopped or popcorn style
~4 slices of deli ham
~4 slices of swiss cheese
~1 cup arugula (or green beans or broccoli or other veg as you like)
2 teaspoons mayo
1 tablespoon dijon mustard
1/2 teaspoon water
salt & pepper

Cook the rice/grain. My risotto takes 7 minutes in the pressure cooker.
Cook the chicken, again according to the package if fully cooked or not.
Chop the ham, cheese, and arugula.
Mix together the mayo, dijon, and water to a dressing consistency and sprinkle in salt & pepper. Assemble the bowls with rice as the base with rice, ham, cheese, greens, chicken and finish with a drizzle of the mustardy sauce.

Buy Legit Valium Online I was pretty jazzed that everyone was into it. I don’t think either kid opted for any of the mustard sauce but it always means something for everyone – each kid ate some of everything and one kid was very into the chicken and the other was all about the ham and cheese. I’ll take it.

Grain bowls are such the perfect meal for me and I have more in mind! Some other favorites are veggie burger ones & a chicken BLT one & a chipotle shrimp one & others. That reminds me, this winter veggie grain bowl needs to be added to my meal plan ASAP!

February 2024 Round up


February wrapping up brings us that much closer to my birthday! It was a fun and full month. School vacation with a getaway to NH was the best!

In the kitchen, I made chicken bacon & ranch meatballs

I love this tomato jam and it is perfect in a grilled cheese!

Lastly, I did a hot chocolate dip for dessert. It could have been cutely shaped like a football but we just dipped regularly.

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For March, I will definitely share a grain bowl, and maybe a could be a side/could be a main. I’m not sure what else. I will have some birthday festivities and maybe a quick work trip.

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He is having a good time at basketball which was supposed to end but magically has 2 more games. His food obsession is bananas. He and I went to see a play of Mr. Popper’s Penguins and it was so much fun. He’s watching all the basketball and all star games etc. He was thrilled to shoot hoops and play video games with his cousins. The Little One:
She likes dance class but has a hard time stopping playing to get ready to go. She lives in pjs if we’re not leaving the house. She is our adrenalin junkie and wasn’t at all scared of mountain tubing and the roller coaster adventure park. Goals for this year: Year of small businesses/artisans/writers: I bought heart earrings for Valentine’s Day! More meatless meals: hmm. I’m not sure we hit this.
sandwiches and salads: for the superbowl we had make-your-own BLT sliders a focus on going to new or places we don’t get to all the time: Our NH trip was new to us- we went to the Ice Castles and Cranmore for tubing and adventure park
redo photos – none this month
what I’m reading: I read One in a Millennial by Kate Kennedy and bravely went to the live show. Both were amazing. I fell for The Wishing Game which was part Willy Wonka & part ‘And Then There Were None’. A Lady’s Guide to Fortune Hunting was cute, perhaps predictable, and a fun escape. Lastly, I read The Guest List which was worth the hype.