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Saturday, January 12, 2013

Ham Cheese Avocado Garden Greens Sandwich

This sandwich is simply delicious and easy to make. A tops of ten minutes. After a long work day and work out I wanted something quick to make, yet hearty and tasty.

I came up with this sandwich. It pretty much has all of my favorite sandwich garnishes. I hope you will enjoy it too!!
Are there any really tasty sandwich recipes you like?

Bread-2 slices of your choice (I used Butter Top Wheat)
Organic Micro Greens- Trader Joe's- A handful washed
A little mayo
Ham- 3 sliced
Asiago Cheese- 2 sliced
Avocado- 4 slices
Butter spray
*You could also make this vegetarian by leaving off the meat*

1. Spread one slice of bread with mayo, lay one cheese slice on top. Place the other cheese slice on the second piece if bread.
2. Add 3 slices of Ham, or leave off for vegetarian option.
3. Add 4 slices of avocado on top of the cheese.
4. Out a handful of micro greens on a slice on top of everything. Spread out evenly.
5. Close the sandwich.
6. Spray the butter spray on the outer part if the two sandwich bread sides.
7. Put the sandwich on a medium warm skillet on the stove top and grill each side for 3-4 minutes. Slice and Enjoy!!

Served with a spinach pomegranate salad.

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

pomegranate, strawberry, carrot spinach salad

A very tasty refreshing salad. This salad can be served as the main course, which I did last night, or it can be made with less ingredients to be served as a side salad.

Pomegranate seeds 1/4 cup
One sliced carrot
4 large sliced strawberries
3-4 cups of spinach leaves
Tuscan Italian Dressing- Trader Joe's

Combine all ingredients in a large bowl. Mix by shaking the ingredients together. Serve and enjoy!!

Thursday, January 3, 2013

Happy New Year

The New Year is here and I am excited for all another year brings.  This blog has been fun for me to look back on recipes, floral projects, projects I have tried this year.  This year one of my new years goals is to try to take a cooking course, and learn a few more recipes.  It would also be fun to learn how to make wind chimes or garden signs for herb and flower identification.

{Small Purple Flowers Blooming in the Snow- photo credit.}
The New Year brings a time for reflections, and growth.  I feel it is a time to reflect on all I am grateful  for and the beauty that surrounds me.  This year I am looking forward to new projects and learning more about different types of flowers.  What are some of your new recipes or floral ideas you would like to try?