Have you ever been on a first date to dinner? They’re the worst! You’re eating, probably with food falling out of your mouth, all while trying to be both witty and graceful, as well as, avoid spitting food across the table at your date. This is why I say, 1. don’t bring a girl on a first date to dinner, and 2. bite-sized food is where it’s at.
Bite sized foods don’t have to be french fries and chicken nuggets either, they can be a little classier than that. Take my stuffed mushrooms for example. And when I say take them, I mean one gracefully delicious bite at a time.
- Container of Mushrooms
- 2 Radishes
- 4 Strips of Bacon
- Handful of Spinach
- 1 or two slices of lemon
- Set your oven to 450 degrees
- Get your Quinoa cooking (I use chicken broth instead of water)
- Wash mushrooms and pop the stems off
- Put some olive oil at the bottom of a baking sheet and put them in the oven for about 10 minutes
- Wash and chop your radishes (chop til you drop, they should be very small pieces)
- Wash and chop spinach
- Cook your 4 strips of bacon and chop them up as well
- Mix everything with the Quinoa
- Add some lemon juice for a little extra flavor
- Once your mushrooms are done in the oven, fill the hole with your mixture
- Share with all your friends
- Radishes contain antioxidants and contain vitamins A, C, and K, so the consumption of radishes are great for both cell production and cell repair. They’re also great for eliminating toxins from your body ANDDDDDDD they’re great for hydration. Go radishes!
- “Spinach contains neoxanthin and violaxanthin, the two anti-inflammatory epoxyxanyhophylls that regulate inflammation. And like most leafy green vegetables they contain vitamins A, C, E and K.”
- Mushrooms are great for hydrating your skin, they also contain antioxidants, and anti aging properties.
“14 Best Benefits and Uses Of Mushrooms For Skin, Hair and Health.” STYLECRAZE. N.p., n.d. Web. 20 Oct. 2015.