Bacon Fettuccine with Fried Okra

Today, the other half and I trickled on down to the justice of the peace to get married. We decided it would be fun to have our marriage certificate to have October 31st on it as we plan to do a ceremony for everyone next year on that date. We married on Halloween, YES! For lunch today I decided to make one of his favorite meals I make. It’s a Bacon Fettuccine with a side of southern as I call it; fried okra. 

Bacon Fettuccine with fried okra from Mooshu Jenne #lovemyvinegar #shop

After making lunch we decided to watch Halloween H20 for some spooky fun! What do you like to watch on Halloween? I am always watching something. I know next year we won’t be because we will have our ceremony then! Very exciting. Just about as exciting as this Bacon Fettuccine my new Hubby is ecstatic over. We picked a theme now we just have to find a way to execute the idea correctly. I think it is going to be something very different and not a wedding that is over done like say Venetian or now the 1920’s. I am sure I will share the DIY projects we do for it here with you and of course plenty of pictures!

Bacon Fettuccine with fried okra from Mooshu Jenne #lovemyvinegar #shop

For dinner I think we might go on the quicker and lighter side with some Panzanella Toscana. I can use the De Nigris seasoned white wine vinegar over the panzanella toscana (bread salad) for tons of flavor. Make Halloween night on the run between Trunk or Treat and off to state it can be a real push to get a healthy dinner in. I will just be glad to be settle for the night watching some Ghost Adventures. What are your holiday plans? I would love to hear about them below. Now for the Hubby’s favorite recipe.

Bacon Fettuccine
Serves 4
Bacon fettuccine made with heavy cream, bacon, garlic, lemon juice and more.
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Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
25 min
Total Time
35 min
Prep Time
10 min
Cook Time
25 min
Total Time
35 min
Ingredients
  1. 1 - 15 oz heavy whipping cream
  2. 1/2 stick butter
  3. 1 lemon; deseeded and juice squeezed
  4. 3 cloves of garlic; minced
  5. 4 strips of bacon; diced
  6. 3 leaves of basil; chopped
  7. 1 package fettuccine
  8. 1 tablespoon salt
  9. 1/2 tablespoon pepper
Instructions
  1. In a large pot, bring water with salt to a boil.
  2. In a saute pan, add in bacon and garlic. Cook until bacon is done. Add in 1/2 stick of butter and juice from lemon. Add in heavy whipping cream and cook on medium until sauce starts to thicken. Toss in chopped basil. Stirring frequently, cook until mixture is thick.
  3. Add pasta to water and cook as directed on package. Drain.
  4. Add parmesan cheese to sauce, salt and pepper; stir well. Plate pasta and top with sauce and fresh basil. Serve!
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15 Bean Slow Cooker Soup

The fall weather is here! The windows open, watching movies, slow cooker going, and just relaxing while I work. The only other condition I would change is a bit of rain. My son even said to me “I am going for a walk and enjoy this beautiful day.” He went for a walk in the woods. He is my nature child. He is 19 and about as humble as anyone could be. Last night, I finally got him to try my 15 Bean Slow Cooker Soup. I told him it’s a must over cornbread. He actually liked my beans! He is not a bean eater.

15 Bean Slow Cooker Soup - Mooshu Jenne

About as close to beans as he gets is a bean burrito on very rare occasion. It was an honor to make his mouth tingle with something new. He is just so mellow though. I wish I could have his inner peace. Though, on days like this when it’s pretty outside and you can write by cool air and a good movie like Pompeii on the big screen it gives me a sense of inner peace.

15 Bean Slow Cooker Soup - Mooshu Jenne

The aroma of the soup slow cooking only allows me to be more in tune with that foodie side of me. I am planning plenty of meals at the moment. I don’t know which to start with first. I have the mother load of sugar pumpkins. They are decorating my counter tops at the moment. It looks as if fall rained down in my kitchen. It’s plastered with pumpkins, spooky cupcakes, and candy galore.

15 Bean Slow Cooker Soup - Mooshu Jenne

This 15 Bean Slow Cooker Soup allows me to put this all in the slow cooker extremely fast. Then I get to move on to other goodies without slaving over dinner. That’s the idea behind the slow cooker but flavor is a big detail too. Most slow cooker meals I try don’t have that OMG I want to eat tons of this flavor. I think that is why I want to share a few of my slow cooker recipes with you. Less ingredients and packed with massive flavor. That’s what makes this dish not only delicious but completely budget friendly.

15 Bean Slow Cooker Soup
Serves 5
Made with onions, 15 beans, garlic, cilantro, jalapeno, bacon and spices.
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Prep Time
15 min
Cook Time
8 hr
Total Time
8 hr 15 min
Prep Time
15 min
Cook Time
8 hr
Total Time
8 hr 15 min
Ingredients
  1. 1 bag 15 beans soup (remove seasoning packet)
  2. 4 strips of bacon; sliced into quarters
  3. 1 small white onion; sliced into rounds
  4. 6 cloves of garlic; diced
  5. 1/3 bundle of cilantro
  6. 1 jalapeno; deseeded and chopped
  7. 1/2 tablespoon salt
  8. 1/4 tablespoon pepper
  9. 1/2 tablespoon paprika
  10. 1/2 tablespoon cumin
  11. 1/4 tablespoon cayenne pepper
  12. Water
Instructions
  1. In a slow cooker, add in washed beans and bacon. Top with onions, garlic, and jalapeno. Add cilantro.
  2. Top with water almost to brim of the slow cooker. Add in salt, pepper, paprika, cumin, and cayenne pepper.
  3. Put on high until it starts to boil. Turn to low and cook overnight for 8 hours. Put to warm until ready to serve.
Notes
  1. This soup goes perfect over cornbread.
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Italian Parmesan Bacon Wrapped Chicken – Fresh Take

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Don’t you just love Easter with all the pretty colors? I know I do! Every year we always think of a new way to color eggs. It’s just a tradition in our house. I always make the traditional ham and mashed potatoes along with finding a new salad of sorts to make anew. I have to admit I think the teenagers are worn out on ham. Of course the other half and I would eat our weight in ham if we could. Sometimes it’s great to have another option for Easter or a simple spring brunch. These Italian Parmesan Bacon Wrapped Chicken legs made with Kraft Fresh Take are simple and easy. My teen helped me make these along with the Easter Egg Salad pictured in the back.

Italian Parmesan Bacon Wrapped Chicken - Kraft #FreshTake #shop #cbias|MooshuJenne.comThe Kraft Fresh Take was easy to find in Walmart in the cheese section. See below :) During the month of April there will be a printable coupon good for $1 Off Fresh Chicken When You Buy Fresh Take. Get the coupon by clicking here! #FreshTake coupon.

Kraft Fresh Take Store ShotItalian Parmesan Bacon Wrapped Chicken puts a twist on Easter Brunch. While you still have your ham flavor (bacon) you can change it up with an Italian splash. Serve it with easter egg salad or fresh spring greens for a nutritious dish.  Simply wrap the chicken in bacon like below. 

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Just open up the Kraft Fresh Take and mix the cheese and bread crumbs. Roll the bacon wrapped chicken in the mixture, lay into a baking dish, and bake for about 30 to 40 minutes.

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They will come out ready to serve to your family or friends for your Easter brunch or dinner. 

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Italian Parmesan Bacon Wrapped Chicken
Serves 4
Chicken legs wrapped with bacon and breaded with Kraft Fresh Take.
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Prep Time
15 min
Cook Time
35 min
Total Time
45 min
Prep Time
15 min
Cook Time
35 min
Total Time
45 min
Ingredients
  1. 1 package Kraft Fresh Take Italian Parmesan
  2. 4 chicken legs
  3. 4 strips of bacon
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F.
  2. Wrap chicken legs with bacon starting from the leg bottom to the top. Open Kraft Fresh Take Italian Parmesan and mix as directed on the package. Roll chicken in mixture and place in a small baking dish.
  3. Bake for 30 to 40 minutes as directed on package until chicken is done and outside is crispy.
Notes
  1. I cooked my chicken covered for one hour and then pulled off the cover and let the topping brown.
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 For more recipes follow along on Facebook, Google +, and Twitter with the hashtag #FreshTake or #CollectiveBias. I would love to hear what your Easter traditions are below. How do you do Easter?

Pinto Bean Chili

Pinto bean chili is one of the simplest dishes that will feed a crowd. It will keep and keep! That just reminded me of cook on the movie Atlantis where he goes on about the beans and everyone thinks UGH because they are tired of them. He literally says “They will keep and keep!” We used to watch that movie all the time when my kids were younger. I need to obtain that movie on Blu ray. *Runs off to search and check food in oven*

I’m back! Does not look like they have it for Blu ray with a quick search. Might have to do a extended search to see what I can find and add Hotel Transylvania to the check out too! Anyway, back to the pinto bean chili! Does that cornbread just look delish!

pinto bean chili

Love how this comes together as just slow cooked beans and you can have them completely vegetarian or with bacon or ground beef. I am not a huge fan of ground beef so I always go to my favorite meat which is bacon. It adds a smokey flavor. It is also easy to add carrots, celery, or even stewed tomatoes. If you want to add vegetables then it is best to do them at the beginning when sauteing the onion, peppers, and garlic. If you want to add stewed tomatoes it is best to stir them in about 30 minutes before serving. My recipe is the basic recipe that allows you to add whatever you would like to it along with controlling the heat. If you want it hotter add more peppers and if you want it cooler then add less peppers. Mine is a tad spicy for the little ones but great for the teens and adults without setting mouths ablaze.

Pinto Bean Chili
Serves 6
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Prep Time
30 min
Cook Time
5 hr
Total Time
5 hr 30 min
Prep Time
30 min
Cook Time
5 hr
Total Time
5 hr 30 min
Ingredients
  1. 1 tablespoon olive oil
  2. 1 large white or yellow onion; minced
  3. 5 cloves of garlic; minced
  4. 3 jalapeno peppers; de-seeded, de-ribbed, and minced
  5. 2 lb bag of pinto beans; rinsed, not pre-soaked.
  6. 1 large container of stock (beef, chicken, or vegetable works)
  7. 1 lb bacon; sliced in halves; not cooked
  8. 2 tablespoons cumin
  9. 2 tablespoons paprika
  10. 1 tablespoon cayenne pepper
  11. Salt and pepper
Instructions
  1. In a large pot, add minced onion, garlic, and jalapeno peppers. Saute on medium heat for about three minutes. Add in cumin, paprika, cayenne pepper, salt, and pepper; stir well. Add rinsed beans and stir to mix the beans with vegetables. Add container of stock and bacon halves to pot. Fill the rest of the pot to the top with water. Turn heat up to high and bring to a boil. Once at a boil lower to a medium heat. Cook for about 5 hours until the beans are soft and liquid has thickened; stir often. Serve with cornbread or topped with cheese, sour cream, and cilantro.
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Today, Food Network and a group of bloggers are featuring Chili (for #Superbowl) for this week’s Comfort Food Feast event. Please stop by and see what everyone made:

Jeanette’s Healthy LivingCrock Pot Cincinnati Chicken Chili
The Heritage CookGluten-Free Green Chile and Chicken Taco Bowls
The Cultural DishCrock-Pot Chili
Big Girls, Small KitchenHealthy Chicken Chili With Barley
What’s Gaby CookingSmoky Chipotle Chicken Chili
Feed Me PhoebeChicken and White Bean Chili
Dishin & DishesLean Mean Game-Day Chili
The Lemon BowlBeef Chili With Black Beans
Devour4 Twists on Chili for the Super Bowl
Thursday Night Dinner3 Most Favorite Chili Recipes
FN Dish7 Chili Recipes for the Big Game

Fried Chicken Jalapeno Bacon Fettuccine Alfredo

Fried chicken jalapeno bacon fettuccine alfredo recipe is below but first a little story. Yesterday we went to see the final edition to the Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn Part II. I was not so sure how well it would match the book prior to watching the movie. The movie literally hit the nail on the head in comparison to the book. There was plenty rumors that movie is not as good as it’s predecessors. To be honest, it was one of my two favorites, the other being New Moon. If your a vampire or wolf fan let me know what you thought of the movie in the comments. No spoilers! No whining about sparkling vampires either ;)

On to the food! Below the food is the giveaway for Devo’s Jalapeno Fettuccine!

Fried Chicken Jalapeno Bacon Fettuccine Alfredo

Big thank you to Devo Olive Oil for sending out a package of jalapeno fettuccine. It was absolutely delicious! The fettuccine is a perfect pair with my bacon alfredo sauce. I still cannot wait to try the pumpkin fettuccine and chocolate fettuccine. These are perfect for customized culinary gift baskets.

The jalapeno fettuccine has just enough kick to add the right spice to this meal. There is no burn for me although I can eat pretty spicy food. It was more like a tickle and I think that is just perfect for a pasta dish. The pasta would pair well with Cajun dishes featuring shrimp, crab, or crawfish.

Fried Chicken with Jalapeno Bacon Fettuccine Alfredo
Serves 6
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Total Time
1 hr 30 min
Total Time
1 hr 30 min
Ingredients
  1. 2 large chicken breasts; sliced lengthwise into thin fillets.
  2. 1 container Italian breadcrumbs
  3. 4 eggs
  4. Oil for frying
  5. 1 package Devo Olive Oil jalapeno fettuccine
  6. 1 small container of heavy whipping cream
  7. 2 tablespoons butter
  8. 2 - 3 cups shredded Parmesan cheese
  9. 1/2 white onion; minced
  10. 3 sliced of bacon; cubed
  11. 3 cloves of garlic; minced
  12. 1 tablespoon olive oil
  13. Salt and pepper
Instructions
  1. In large frying pan, heat oil to medium-high heat. Preheat oven to 200 degrees F.
  2. In a small bowl, add eggs and beat. In a medium bowl add breadcrumbs. Dip chicken filet in egg and then toss in breadcrumbs covering the entire filet. Set aside on dish. Repeat with the remainder of the chicken.
  3. Fry chicken for 2 to 3 minutes each side until cooked. Set cooked chicken in a casserole dish in the oven when done frying to keep warm. While chicken is frying you may start the sauce.
  4. In a sauce pan or deep saute pan, add in bacon and cook on medium heat until it is crisp but not fully cooked. Add in onions and garlic and cook until onions are caramelized. Melt butter over bacon, onions, and garlic. Add in heavy whipping cream and cook on medium low heat for about 15 minutes until heavy whipping cream begins to thicken and coats the back of a spoon; stirring frequently. Salt and pepper the sauce.
  5. Meanwhile, in a large pot, bring water with one tablespoon olive oil to a boil. Salt the water.
  6. The chicken should be finished frying and the pasta should be boiling. Go back to the sauce and add in Parmesan cheese little by little, stirring frequently, until all cheese is added. Turn sauce down to low.
  7. Remove the noodles and drain. Plate noodles with one piece of fried chicken and top with alfredo sauce.
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Honey Bacon Potato Pops

Today is our gathering of the communal table for Thanksgiving for the FN Dish on Food Network. Please take a moment when you are done reading this post to visit the other links below and enjoy other dishes at our communal table. To follow along on Twitter please use the hashtag #PullUpAChair. You may also join in by having a look at our communal table on Pinterest. My recipe for Honey Bacon Potato Pops is below.

Honey Bacon Potato Pops

Thanksgiving is a time of togetherness, family, and the season that prepares us for Christmas. Fall is my favorite season of the year! The trees change colors, everyone is cooking or baking, and the air is busy with cheer. The pumpkin, which is a super squash, decorates yards with a multitude of colors and scarecrows dance in the wind! Most of all, I love the Macy’s Day Parade! I love picking out my favorites and feeling like a kid again with my teenagers. It is very important to always have a bit of kid left in you.

FN Dish Thanksgiving #PullUpAChair

I hope you will all #PullUpAChair and enjoy my appetizer recipe for Honey Bacon Potato Pops. These are perfect to munch on while waiting on the turkey. Please feel free to leave me a link in the comments to your favorite Thanksgiving dish.

Honey Bacon Potato Pops
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Total Time
1 hr
Total Time
1 hr
Ingredients
  1. 1 bag mini red potatoes, fingerling potatoes, or small yellow potatoes
  2. 2 oz. honey
  3. 6 strips of bacon; uncooked and cut into thirds
  4. Popsicle sticks
  5. Toothpicks
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350F degrees. Soak bacon in honey and wrap over potatoes. Secure bacon with toothpicks.
  2. Bake until potatoes are tender and bacon is cooked. Pull them from the oven and remove toothpick; add lollipop stick. Careful not to break potato. Drizzle potatoes with honey and serve warm.
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Desserts:

Baked Potato Soup

I have two favorite soups. Minestrone and baked potato soup! Just love all the toppings you can add to baked potato soup :)

baked potato soup topped with cheese and spring onions

One week till the last Twilight Saga film Breaking Dawn Part II. How many of you plan to go see it? I’m definitely NOT doing the midnight showing. Might be a Saturday morning flick. It’s the start of Thanksgiving vacation and I am just counting the days till that week gets here. I thought this might help warm up those that are freezing on the East coast. I feel for you all. Next week I have a Fall festival to attend and I plan to bring 48 cupcakes and 2- 3 dozen cookies. Any suggestions?

Baked Potato Soup
Serves 7
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Total Time
1 hr
Total Time
1 hr
Ingredients
  1. 1 bag of russet potatoes; peeled and cubed
  2. 1 large container heavy whipping cream
  3. 1 32 oz box chicken broth
  4. 1 tablespoon flour
  5. 3 cloves of garlic; diced
  6. Salt and pepper
  7. 1 bag grated sharp cheddar cheese
  8. 1 bundle of spring onions; chopped
  9. 6 to 8 stripes of cooked bacon; crumbled
Instructions
  1. Peel all potatoes and dice them into 1/2 inch cubes. Add them to a large pot and cover with water. Salt and pepper the water. Cook on medium/high heat to bring to a boil. Once boiling, lower to a simmer, and let cook for about 10 to 15 minutes until potatoes are tender. After potatoes are tender drain off water and reserve a small amount to add thickness to your soup.
  2. Replace pot on stove and add 1 tablespoon of flour. Stir in flour and add two cups of chicken broth. On a low heat, mash potatoes, and add more chicken broth as the potatoes are being mashed. The soup should be a thick consistency. Add one large container of heavy whipping cream and bring to a boil. Lower to a simmer and cook for about ten to twenty minutes until soup thickens.
  3. Once the soup has thickened it is ready to serve. Top with crumbled bacon, sharp cheddar cheese, and spring onions. Side with garlic bread.
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Halloween Countdown – Day Four

Last weekend we had our Halloween party and I though I would share with you guys and gals as my Halloween countdown. Not very many people came out though we still had tons of fun. We had sinister cider with voodoo heads, buttered corn (popcorn), eyeball punch, caramel apples, and petrified pizza. Maybe a few late night tacos from Jack in the Crack (ie: Jack in the Box) for the drinkers; at least we had the sober driver go and get them! Never drink and drive.

Chase Windham

Today, I want to share with you a DIY project on how to make wood grave stones and a recipe for the classic caramel apples with bacon or with nuts.  But first I want to scare the crap out of you!

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This would be my brother whom scared the piss out of the my teens and their friends at our Halloween party. He came through the house in the pitch dark while the movie was on and stood behind them. It’s was a class A scare!

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This year I decided to go with a literary/science Halloween theme.The gravestones I crafted feature Poe, Tesla, and Shakespeare. What I seriously love about wood stones is they do NOT blow away in the wind. Just take a long piece of plywood and cut into three. Lowe’s will do this for you for free if you ask and don’t have a saw at home. Stencils are great for the lettering. I used spray paint in black, one to each slat, and acrylic white paint for the lettering.  Used wood fencing pieces and adhered them to the back with screws and a drill to insert the stones in the ground to stand upright. These stones are better on the environment as you can use them year to year and they don’t blow away in the wind like the Styrofoam stones you can buy at the store.

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Halloween can’t be without a treat! These were requested by the other half.

We chopped up our own nuts and added bacon to a few. I used Fuji apples. Four days until Halloween! What do you have planned?

Caramel & Bacon Apples
Serves 5
Caramel and bacon apples and some with nuts.
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Prep Time
20 min
Cook Time
15 min
Total Time
45 min
Prep Time
20 min
Cook Time
15 min
Total Time
45 min
Ingredients
  1. 1 bag Kraft caramel candies
  2. 1 large bag peanuts; cracked and chopped
  3. 3 strips of bacon; cooked and chopped
  4. Lollipop sticks
  5. 5 apples
Instructions
  1. In a medium pot, heat caramels with two tablespoons of water on low heat.
  2. Meanwhile, push lollipop sticks through the apples. It's fine if they pop out the bottom a little just slide them back up through.
  3. Once the caramel is melted dip the apples and set on parchment paper. Drizzle chopped peanuts or cooked chopped bacon on the apples. Freeze for about 30 minutes to an hour.
  4. Tip: I keep the apples frozen and pull them about an hour before they want to eat them as they last longer in the freeze!
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Classic Minestrone Soup

We had a short dip in weather last week. It brought on my passion for creating soups. Minestrone soup is one of my favorite soups full of  flavor and scrumptious vegetables. I’ll have to admit that my Italian side really shows through when it comes to noodles. It was an epic event to get the noodles for this soup.

minestronesoup

Ditalini noodles are perfect for classic minestrone soup. Many would use orzo’s but I believe orzo’s are great in chicken soup but get to mushy in a minestrone. What I love most about this soup is that I can hide the tender quarters of Italian zucchini in it and my family will eat it!

Classic Minestrone Soup
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Ingredients
  1. 2 zucchini (quartered)
  2. 4 carrots (cubed)
  3. 1 red onion (diced)
  4. 2 cloves of garlic (diced)
  5. 2 to 3 slices of pancetta (if you can't find pancetta you may replace this with bacon)
  6. 3 stocks of celery (quartered)
  7. 8 oz Ditalini noodles
  8. 1 32 oz beef broth (or vegetable for vegetarian)
  9. 1 can kidney beans (optional)
  10. 2 tbsp olive oil
  11. Salt and pepper to taste
  12. 1 tbsp rosemary (fresh is best; chopped)
  13. 1 tbsp thyme (fresh is best; chopped)
  14. 1 can stewed or diced tomatoes (it is your preference)
Instructions
  1. In a large pot add in olive oil and pancetta or bacon. Fry till bacon is almost browned. Add in onions, carrots, celery, and garlic and lightly salt. Stir fry for about 3 to 5 minutes till onions are sweated but not caramelized.
  2. In another pot boil water to cook you Ditalini pasta. Cook pasta 6 to 8 minutes as directed on package.
  3. Add in the tomatoes, rosemary, thyme, broth, zucchini, and beans (if your adding beans) and top with water. Bring to a boil then simmer for 10 minutes. Add in pasta and salt and pepper to taste.
  4. Minestrone is best served with croutons.
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BLTA

This is one of my favorite simple sandwiches. I can’t have just a BLT, it has to be a BLTA!  Avocado is a fruit just in case you were wondering. It is also a  aphrodisiac!  The Mayans and the Aztecs ate them to enhance sexual desirability. They have many vitamins and are extremely healthy for your body and  heart.  So why not add a little bacon to make it unhealthy?! Here is how I put together my BLTA. Let me know how you make your BLTA or BLT.

BLTA
Bacon, lettuce, tomato, and avocado sandwich.
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Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
10 min
Total Time
15 min
Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
10 min
Total Time
15 min
Ingredients
  1. 3 strips bacon (cooked)
  2. 1 avocado (sliced)
  3. 1 red onion (few round slices)
  4. red or green leaf lettuce (your preference)
  5. sourdough bread (toasted on griddle)
  6. 2 -3 slices mozzarella cheese
  7. Mayo or vinaigrette dressing
  8. 1 tomato (sliced)
Instructions
  1. Toast the sourdough bread on a griddle or in a toaster. After toasting the bread, add mayo to the bread slices. Skip this step if you are using vinaigrette. Add lettuce, tomato, bacon, cheese, onions and avocados to the slices of bread. If using vinaigrette dressing add to sandwich before cutting. Cut in half and serve.
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