Look at this… Look at this. Doesn’t this just make your mouth water?! I created this towards the start of the school year, and am inspired to make it once again. Can’t do pizza anymore? Have it on a skewer cold. I won’t lie, these were toothpicks, but it was pretty for the picture;) Even stayed apart well for lunchtime, and I was able to add in a little bit of ham. All the more pink! This caprese salad was from PCC, but you can totally put together your own! However, the italian broccoli from their cold bar is hard to compete with. It includes garlic, and absolutely hits the spot! Finally, I included left-over fingerling potatoes, carrots, and caramelized onions. Once again, I just chopped and stuck the pan carefully in the oven with a drizzle of olive oil. That’s all there is to this yummy, flavorful dish!
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On a mission to share with the world ballet experiences/tips/adventures I've had, or are experiencing right now as a ballerina, and the fuel that keeps me going through that! Being wheat, rice, and oat free, people big on whole foods will want to read what keeps me energized having food restrictions! (If you follow my thoughts in the blog, it shouldn't feel like restrictions anymore, though!) I hope you enjoy my creativity through talking about the art of dance, cooking, and enjoying life, good energy, and movement! Incase the fondue piece still doesn't fully make sense... I LOVE food words starting with "c"... melted chocolate and cheese. Keep reading my blog, and explore the pictures in which I get to melt chocolate and cheese! As for the fondu without an "e", it's one of the ballet moves that can be hard to achieve! View all posts by fondufondue