Pardon this interruption...FOOD INTERMISSION

9:31 AM Keenya Kelly 2 Comments

Ladies Ladies Ladies!!! I know you all are wondering why I have a photo of Green Beans on a Natural Hair Blog...and the truth is because...IM HUNG-GARY and I Love Green Beans. And since this is my blog I can pause for an intermission. hahahahahahaha *takes breath* hahahahaha. I asked my girl Tricia how she makes fresh green beans..because I know she is health conscious, but still a food lover. She gave me the recipe and then decided...while I am at church that she wants to go ahead and make green beans for lunch..and tease me with a pic!!! "Thou Shall NOT tease people while they are about to receive a word from God." (j/k) Looks good huh? I know...that's why I had to take this intermission. If you're interested here is her recipe...don't publish it..because we WILL come after you in court. lol.

Recipe:
Start with fresh green beans from the market downtown (Richmond, VA), yum. I usually prepare mine in the wok by blending evoo (Extra Virgin Olive Oil, fresh garlic & onions then toss in the beans adding sea salt, pepper, cayenne pepper, just before it's done I add a little soy sauce & sesame oil. Fold everything a few times & serve. crunchy & full of flavor.

Then I am at work today and my girl Kim decides to bring in some food. Now...I am not a dessert or sweet kinda girl. I only bake because I know my friends, family and one day my hubby will want desserts..so when she came to my desk with the bowl..I just took one just because I really like her and wanted to try out her creation...FOLKS...I marched back to her desk and grabbed two more pieces!!!!! YUMM-O (in the words of Rachel Ray). "Chocolate Bark - White Chocolate' LOVE IT *in  my high pitch voice*

Here is her Recipe:

Melt 20-24 ounces of white chocolate in the microwave (mine took about 2 minutes).
I used a bag and a half – only because I was making two batches out of three bags. Stir in 1 heaping teaspoon of cake mix powder (straight from the box – do not make the actual cake batter!)
Stir in ¾ - 1 cup of rice crispy cereal. Pour over wax paper on a cookie sheet, add sprinkles, refrigerate until hard, and then break into pieces. Done and done!
Enjoying the Bark
SN: The average american gains 7 pounds during the
Christmas Holiday. 

2 comments:

  1. Ladies and Gentleman...introducing KIM!!! The maker of the Chocolate Bark!!!

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