140.4...Blog Break

As you’ve probably noticed, I haven’t been posting as much lately. Honestly, we’ve been traveling a ton and life has just been way too busy to keep up with my blog. I’d like to get back to posting on a more regular basis, but for now, I need to take a break. I can’t leave you with just that so I thought I’d share some photos from the cooking class I went to today with Phillis Carey at the La Jolla Community Center. 

The class today was “Spring Italian Dining”. Our appetizer recipe was Shrimp Bruschetta:

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The shrimp mixture was so delicious! It would be perfect on pasta too!

We did enjoy a cocktail….Limoncello Prosecco Sparkler:

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Might be a new favorite! So refreshing. 

Our main plate had three different recipes:

Porchetta-Style Stuffed Pork Tenderloins

Porcini and Button Mushroom Risotto

Haricot Vert in Arugula Salsa Verde

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While they were all fabulous, the risotto stole the show! It’s a winner for sure!

Dessert was Caprese Chocolate Almond Torta:

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So yummy…tasted like a candy bar!! 

So there you have it. I will be back, hopefully soon! Stay tuned!

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