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Agave Roasted Cashews with Rosemary and Raisins

Today, I was in a snacking mood and was craving something salty, sweet, and savory so, I made up this recipe. 

In a baking dish, mix the following: 

  • salted cashews
  • raisins
  • rosemary, fresh, cut
  • agave nectar
  • butter

Place baking dish in the oven at 350 degrees and bake until nuts are browned and raisins are plumped. Remove and let cool. 

[HINT] For a healthier version, just leave out the butter and use honey. 

Simple. Yummy. Done.

Tomato and Avocado Salad with a Rustic Roll and Olive Oil

So, my presentation of this simple salad was not great but, the truth is, I was hung over when I made it and needed something healthy and nutritious fast and in a hurry.

Here’s how I did it: 

  • Avocado
  • Tomato
  • Onion
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Olive Oil

To calm my stomach, I also added a rustic roll and a saucer of Greek olive oil with a bit of cracked pepper. 

Even though I just so happened to make this after a certain someone took me out drinking and insisted I have tequila all damn night, this is a great snack for any day and any reason. 

I am a big proponent of snacking throughout the day, so long as those snacks are nutritious. This is my version of that. 

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Cheat of the Week: Candied Bacon

So, every once in a while, I have a craving for something I don’t eat anymore because it’s not particularly healthy. I think it’s safe to say candied friggin’ bacon is one of those things.

So, I made it my Cheat of the Week. 

This is easy. Sprinkle brown sugar on your bacon and place it in the oven. By the way, you should always cook bacon in the oven. It’s easier and less dangerous that pan frying it. 

Either way, I like my candied bacon a little burned or over caramelized. 

Enjoy (but not often).

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