Tonight my friends at Whole Foods outdid themselves with tender and delicious Turkey Tetrizzini, Roasted Vegetable Penne Pasta, BABY SPINACH SALAD WITH BALSAMIC DRESSING, and the vibrant hues of the Roasted Vegetables gild the plate as though they were jewels.
Come eat dinner at The Whole Foods Market.
Families can all choose what they like mothers and fathers will rest assured their kids are getting balanced nutrition with produce from local farmers, fish caught in ways where dolphins and whales are not harmed and meat, chicken and pork is served hormone free.
It isn’t just Whole Foods Market but a way of living and a healthy philosophy.
Did you know the seafood section will cook anything for you for free? They will!
Did you know you can buy anything in our frozen section and prepare it in our microwave to enjoy while watching a show on one of our plasma TVs? You can!
Talk about dinner and a movie….every day you can take your family out to dinner and have a different meal every night without repitions or worrying about leftovers.
After all, we only have one planet, let’s take care of it and ourselves.
Did you know Whole Foods has one of the most fabulous bakeries around and all the breads are baked with organic unbleached flour, and in most cases whole wheat flour? They are.
Try Miss Polly’s personal favorite the focaccia bread in two large loaves. What amazing sandwiches they produce.
I love this place so I wrote this ad to encourage more people to try it out and enjoy.
Paulette Le Pore Motzko
It’s been a while, eh? It’s about time I posted a recipe on this blog.
So we’ll get to that in a minute. But first let’s chat about what’s been going on.
Not this past weekend, but last weekend I went to a wedding of a friend I went to University with and it was awesome! It was such a beautiful day and their ceremony was lovely and it was amazing seeing a bunch of old friends, some of whom I hadn’t seen since graduation. Plus I got to get dressed up, drink wine, dance to some classic maritime tunes, and stay in a hotel. Fun times!
But after the emotional high that came from being social and having fun came the low. But thankfully I have discovered Songza, which is only like THE BEST website there ever was. I’m pretty sick of my own iTunes library, and…
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My trip to Tucson, AZ last month turned out to be a total disaster with me having the doors slammed on me by a Sun Tran bus, having my eye glasses broken, and getting a contusion on my right foot!
Can you believe the idiot that drove the bus didn’t even ask if I was alright, even though many people witnessed it and were screaming? I am suing them for damages and want the bus drivers trained so people get off in as good a condition as when they get on! Seems like an easy thing to expect, huh?
Anyhow, in Arizona they have lousy bus drivers and it may be hot enough to fry an egg on your head (without a skillet), but they have FOOD CITY that I wish they had here.
The bakers do some amazing things there and these are a few of the delights in the baker’s case.
This couldn’t be more simple and the idea comes from the great famous Italian appetizer I love called the Caprese with basil, tomatoes and fresh mozzarella. I take a loaf of the airy, brioche-like Ciabatta bread, that I rate the best from Whole Foods Market. (You can buy them in packs of two huge loaves for a little of nothing, made that day.)
Cut the loaf into long sandwich size pieces, then cut that in half cross-wise to make a sandwich. Spread with some 365 Organics Pesto as you would mayo. (I like it better than mayo really!)
Then add some slices of organic heirloom tomatoes or fresh tomatoes from a Farmer’s Market, then some fresh Mozzarella & garnish with a few basil leaves.
Slap it all between the other half of bread and you just created Polly Motzko’s Caprese Sandwich!
Last and best part is ENJOY it!
June 1st, 2013