It’s playtime at the Kick in the Tush Club!
This week, Janice Taylor, Weight Loss Artist, Coach – she who makes weight loss fun – offers up platters full of Pomegranate Hearts, Rosemary Capellini, Sage Advice and more!
Get Jiggy JigSaw: “Pomegranate Hearts,” is inspired by St. Valentines Day. As you click through and put the pieces together, think about love … all types of love. Love for family, for friends and neighbors; the love and appreciation of the color of the sky, the cold air, the warm air, the fog, the rain; love the sound of the train choo-choo’in on by. Just love plain n’ simple. First and foremost, however, love thyself!
And then … whip up this fabulous dish …
Capellini Rosemary inspired by The Goddess of Love, Aphrodite!
* when placed under your pillow it promotes pleasant dreams,
* when steeped in tea, it calms frayed nerves, and
* when the scent is present during certain amorous adventures, future hints of the heady bouquet will evoke a “Pavlovian call to love!” *Slightly thinner variation of recipe from “InterCourses: an aphrodisiac cookbook”
Rosemary, an aphrodisiac, can be found in early depictions of the Goddess of Love, Aphrodite, clutching or wearing a sprig of the fragrant herb.
BEGIN the love fest:
Start your evening with a hot soak in a bath scented with a few drops of rosemary essential oil will improve circulation to the skin and sensitivity to touch.
AND Then SERVE UP:
Capellini Rosemary a la Aphrodite, Goddess of Love, heavy on the aphrodisiacs
6 cloves garlic, minced
1/4 cup olive oil
1/2 cup chopped rosemary
1/2 cup chopped parsley
1/2 cup chopped chives
1 pound capellini
salt n’ pepper to taste
Heat garlic in olive in a skillet until nice n’ brown. * Stir in herbs and heat. * Cook the pasta until al dente. * Drain and toss with the herb mixture.
Hungry for more Jiggy FUN?
The FOOL (based on the Tarot)
Peonies, Paper Dolls and Love Potions
Brad & Angelina – Divorce of Pick up the Pieces?
Spread the word … NOT the icing!
Does your weight loss chart look like an EKG?
In need of a coach? Write Janice!