Ain’t that the truth! It’s time to unite, share, collaborate, support, inspire, heal, educate, and motivate one another if we aren’t doing it already. Sometimes it takes a village, and sometimes it takes just a handful of dedicated women to make magical shit happen. I’m in. Are you??!! Check out the “Women’s Networking Event” I posted yesterday! Join us and bring your tribe! ♀️♀️♀️♀️♀️
stuffed baked potato with asparagus
pictured: * mushrooms * garlic * sweet peppers * asparagus & a little sesame drizzled on top •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
then i used some spanish beans (red kidney beans cooked in a little water - sofrito & saźon) •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
i cooked this for about 20 mins pan fry (i like everything to have a crunchy texture)& baked a potato at 350 for 90 mins. * if you don’t want to wait that long get a plastic bag put the rinsed potato in- tie up bag- make a small hole & microwave for about 4 mins
then slice & scoop out some of the potato so you can place the bean-pepper-mushroom mix inside
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This is a one of a kind “Sacred Heart” pyramid that I created last year and it needs a home!
Inspired by the Christian Sacred Heart symbol which represents “Love for all of humanity.” It is designed around an anatomical heart and stones that promote patience, perseverance, nurturing, understanding and well being. Swipe for details!
Made with Amazonite, Blue Apaptite, Tiger Eye, Desert Agate and Carnelian.
This is a gorgeous piece for anyone who appreciates the ancient symbolism behind the Sacred Heart.
This pyramid was originally 85$, but will now land at your door for 65.00 shipped.
Let me know if it speaks to you. #sacredheart#energypyramid#tolerance#love#acceptance#peace#humanity#jesus#healingjourney#artist#handmade#etsyseller#losangeles
good fats like avocado contain acids that can help lower cholesterol and boost heart health — that is why they say avocado oil is the best to use among coconut & sesame. @thatzawrapp
prep time: 10 mins
* 2 avocados
* salt (use to taste)
* pepper (use to taste)
* half of a tomato
* quarter of an onion
* a few leaves of cilantro
* 1 lemon •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
how to: dice up ingredients, mash up avocados & mix together. the greatest thing about guac is that you can eye ball the recipe & use as much of the ingredients you like to either make it a chunky or creamy. then squeeze the lemon over it and bam! - guac can be used as - * dip * spread * substitute for any condiments * an add on to make any meal more flavorful
// to give a creamy texture you can add a little sour cream!