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Hey Steph – I noticed you fell off my Facebook page, and I just hope that everything is ok – we were sharing recipes last week – I actually went to give you another one this morning that I found last night, and – no you on my page?
Hey Kathryn! Everything is good! I just decided to take a mini break from Facebook, so I’ll be back in about a week. It was a huge distraction for me, and my brain needed a media break. I figured I’d do an experiment to see how I felt without it. I’d love another recipe though!! What’s in it?
You have no idea how stressed I’ve been all morning – I didntt know if I’d somehow been offensive (or maybe you just hated my recipe?) – how was it by the way? Hold on. – in gonna figure out how to cut and paste it.
Its a spinach and artichoke roll – i was thinking about the first time i saw this episode, when my son was about a month old, and how i HAD to make this recipe…then i thought, this is a totally simple and kid friendly food that lasts a couple of days! Hou could take it to school with you! Couple of tips to make it easier – i buy the pizza dough in the brown paper bag, cant remember where its from but they have a whole wheat option and you can get it at market of choice and winco…it rolls out nicely. I roll mine kind of thin, because it lasts longer. Then you fill it with the frozen spinach (frozen thawed works better than fresh, ive tried both ways) and rachel ray will show you the rest when you click the link. Its amaaaaaaazing. I actually made like ten of these when i catered a wedding about four years ago…they were a hit. What I love about this recipe is that it seems labor intensive, but it so isn’t – and the leftovers are so easy to take to school with you! http://www.rachaelrayshow.com/food/recipes/artichoke-spinach-rolled-stuffed-bread/print/
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Hahaha, no not at all! Usually the things you write on Facebook I can completely relate to, and the recipe was delicious! I’m making them into those wonton wrap things today. I just pictured someone getting so upset over a recipe that they defriend someone…lol. I just got to the point where my brain felt super overstimulated, and I kept mindlessly checking my phone for FB updates. I thought a break would be good, especially since I had a few projects due fpr school this week. Those wraps sounds so good, I’m a hugeee fan of artichoke and I think I might actually have some in the fridge.
Yay! And I hear you about the aimless checking of the phone – I’m so used to being constantly wired in at work that now I don’t know what to do with myself!!! I’m forcing myself to leave my phone at home when I go on bike rides, leave it in the house when I’m in my garden…amazing how it’s glued to me. Having to be extra mindful!
So, stay in touch, and in the meanwhile, enjoy the recipe. Glad you liked the cabbage and bean sprouts – when you’re feeling like a meat dish, you can throw ground sirloin in there (about a quarter of a pound is way more than sufficient – its filling (the cabbage helps with that) and gives it a different flavor. And is still ridiculously cheap, and a great way to feed more than one kid!
Have a great day, good luck with the school projects.
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