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Sauteed Chicken _ #yummy #foodie


2chicken breasts sliced
1 white onion sliced
1 GREEN CHILI sliced
1 Red, orange, yellow or red peppers, sliced
2 tablespoons olive oil
Salt and black pepper to taste
Lemons, to serve
2 tablespoons lemon juice or natural orange juice
1 clove garlic, minced
½ teaspoon cumin

🔥Dr. Rodolfo

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19 Valentine’s Day date ideas. #love #valentinesday


Because you love his romantic side. And he loves seeing you smile.
  • After all this time, you are still each other’s favorite person to spend time with.

    So why not use this February 14th as just another reason to spend that time together doing something fun?

    Need some ideas? Here you are!

  • 1. Cook something yummy together

    Find a new recipe you both want to try. Or take a cooking class together. Watching his inner chef come out will be cute. And in the end, you get to enjoy a yummy meal together.

  • 2. Take a dance class

    So your cha-cha might not be the smoothest thing ever. But he thinks it’s cute. Try learning some new dance moves together that you can use at home later on when your favorite song comes on the radio.

  • 3. Visit a farmer’s market

    Pick out some fresh ingredients for salsa, or grab some fresh fruit. Or head to a winter market for squash and jarred goodies.

  • 4. Go on a dinner cruise

    A delicious dinner while surrounded by water and stars – need we say more?

    Or, if this doesn’t fit the budget at the moment, spend the evening planning the details of a future vacation, and then start saving so you can take it.

  • 5. Visit a museum or art gallery

    Pick one that you both think sounds interesting, and see what new things you learn.

  • 6. Go bowling

    Winner gets to pick where you go for dessert.

  • 7. Take a hot air balloon ride

    Unless one of you dislikes heights. You want this to be fun, remember?

  • 8. Re-create your first date

    Take her to the restaurant you first took her to. Talk about when you first met. Reminisce about the little details of that time together.

  • 9. Make s’mores

    And snuggle in a warm blanket under the stars.

  • 10. Go to a play

    Dressing up for a nice evening out can be refreshing and fun for both of you.

  • 11. Visit a new city or town together

    Go exploring and see what cool places you discover. Find an old town to walk around while holding hands, or try a new restaurant you stumble upon.

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  • 12. Make ice cream sundaes

    Go shopping together beforehand to pick out all the toppings. Or grab some root beer and ice cream for root beer floats.

  • 13. Go hiking

    If you go often, go to a new spot you’ve been wanting to try together. Maybe even bring along a picnic.

  • 14. Play tennis

    It’s a date and a great workout all in one.

  • 15. Go swimming

    Find a heated pool or some hot springs or hot tubs and relax.

  • 16. Have a spa night

    Book a couples massage or some facials.

  • 17. Have a perfume/cologne date

    Go out and smell some new fragrances, and then help each other pick one that you both like. You’ll have a cute date and get your Valentine’s Day gifts for each other picked out at the same time.

  • 18. Try a couples yoga class

    Because why not use Valentine’s Day to de-stress, stretch and feel great afterward?

  • 19. Attend a sports game

    A night out with a little cheering while eating good food may be just what you both need.

    Give one of these a try this Valentine’s Day – and then use the others for regular date nights with your spouse, and see how much closer you become.


Article by  Kelsi Jones
Kelsi graduated with a journalism degree and is passionate about the written word and the power it has to bring more good into the world.
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Hot Dog In The Oven #Foodie #brazilian


5 eggs
2 cups milk and 1/2
3/4 cup oil
1 tablespoon baking powder
2 cups flour
3 tablespoons grated cheese

500 g of sausage ( or meat of choice )
200g mozzarella cheese
1 can tomato sauce
Grated cheese

Blend together all the dough ingredients
In a large bowl place the half of the dough and then put the sausage, tomato sauce, mozzarella and cover with the remaining dough
Sprinkle over the grated cheese and oregano Bake for about 30 minutes or until stick with a fork and comes out clean
Serve it hot


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10 Best #Foods to gain muscle mass

10 Best foods to gain muscle  mass 


  1. Lean Beef
  2. Skinless Chicken
  3. Cottage Cheese
  4. Eggs
  5. Whey Protein
  6. Tuna and other Fish
  7. Oatmeal
  8. Whole Grains
  9. Fruits and Vegetables
  10. Healthy Fats

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What kind of tea should you be drinking? 



  • Chamomile Tea – If you’re about to go to bed, or you’re angry 
  • Green Tea –  If you’re tired, trying to lose weight or felling sick
  • Chai Tea –  If you’re feeling sluggish or you have a stomach ache. 
  • Oolong Tea – If you’re burning fat or breaking out. 
  • Peppermint Tea – If you’re prone to headaches or just sore. 
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Secret Ingredient When feeling Sick #foodie


You know when you have that nasty cold and all you want to do is relax?

eat that comfortable food and sleep?

I love making and eating this soup

Vegetable and Noodle soup


3 potatoes.
1 Zucchini
3 Carrots.
1 Onions.
1 tomato.
1 Bell Pepper.
2 Tablespoons margarine.
2 cloves of garlic
Pasta and salt.

Way of preparing:

Sauté the onions and garlic on the margarine. Cut the vegetables into pieces put in the pan, with a pinch of salt, stir-fry; Put water up to cover the vegetables, cook for 5 minutes; break small pieces of pasta and add to pan cook for 11 minutes.
Your soup is ready.

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How to Build an Empire with this Chicken Recipe #foodie


Calories: 490 per serving
Category: Chicken
Difficulty: Easy
Serves 6
Preparation time: Quick (30 minutes)
Type: Main course

· 6 chicken breast fillets
· Salt and pepper to taste

· 6 slices bacon
· 6 green beans
· 1 carrot cut into sticks
· 2 tablespoons olive oil
· 1 tablespoon of corn starch
· 1/2 liter of vegetable broth
· 6 potatoes cut in four
· Chopped parsley to taste

Method of preparation

Season the fillets with salt and pepper. On each fillet, distribute a slice of bacon, the beans and carrots. Roll as Swiss roll and secure with toothpicks. In a saucepan, heat the oil and brown the steaks. Add the cornstarch dissolved in the vegetable broth and cook potatoes until tender. Place the steaks on a platter, drizzle with the sauce and serve with the potatoes sprinkled with parsley.

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How to get in the habit of Making Room

A 365 Days Challenge Day #2

The Habit of Making Room

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How do you build a relationship with God? Like a friendship or a marriage, a great relationship with God doesn’t happen all at once. You build it over time. It’s a daily process of investigating and celebrating who God is, and sharing the grit and substance of your life with Him.

To build a successful marriage, spouses must find time for one another, enjoying a walk in the park, a dinner at a restaurant, playing a board game, working on a remodeling project, or any of a hundred other activities. That will look different in every marriage. But, without that shared time, any marriage slowly dies.
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Building a relationship with God also involves taking time out for Him. That might include singing songs of praise, silently pondering God’s character, or pouring out your thoughts and feelings to Him. You might take a walk with God or invite Him to join you at work. The key isn’t so much in how you approach God, but rather in the habit of making room for Him in your everyday life.

Lord, I want to make room for you today by…

I want to make room for God by praying, reading and separating my time of daily devotion to Him. I’m challenging myself to get this done for 365 days straight. Building a healthy relationship habit  with God is what will help me reach my goal of a happy and longer life.
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Doing Super Salad Recipes the Right Way ( #foodie )

Perfect Salad

Perfect Salad 

1/2 zucchini into small pieces
5 cherry tomatoes in 4
10 dried tomatoes
1 Lightly cooked broccoli
4 radishes sliced
5 black and green olives
1 bunch of arugula
1 half pineapple into thin slices 4
2 boiled eggs cut into 4
Cooked pumpkin into small pieces

Arrange all the greens, then the cooked and sliced raw, and garnish the dish.
Sprinkle with olive oil and flax seeds.

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What every #women needs

I love to read 🙂 and as I was exploring around, and doing some reading, I learned some cool tricks that I will defiantly be using. These are just a few things every woman should know. I personally think… We all need some; ” Sleep, Stress Relief, Energy buster, and something that helps with cold sores? Uhh, I Love it. I don’t get them, but my husband does, and I never knew a simple home recipe would help him out.  I’m glad I came across these tips. Of course, I didn’t come up with them like I said I was exploring around, online, magazines, etc. and that’s where I learned about it. So, credit to whoever was the genius 🙂

Erases Stress — A whiff of vanilla
The back-to-the-grind feeling that comes with summer’s end can trigger an uptick in the production of cortisol, the stress hormone that fosters chronic anxiety if left unchecked. Vanilla to the rescue! The aroma stimulates the production of alpha brain waves—electrical impulses that produce a happier mood. When you feel your tension increasing, simply take six (6) slow, deep sniffs of vanilla essential oil.


Heals Cold Sores — A Honey Salve
If you get one of these sores, try dabbing it with unpasteurized honey four (4) times daily this will help it heal 43% faster—plus cut risk of infection or scarring by threefold.


Deepens Sleep — Lettuce Tea
Summer sleep problems can rag into fall since it takes up to 5 weeks after the hot weather ends for the brain to start producing adequate amounts of sleep – inducing melatonin. Sipping 6oz of romaine-lettuce tea every evening can help. The leaves contain lactucarium, a natural sedative and muscle relaxant that can help you drift off within 30 minutes of your first sip, according to a study in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology. To make the brew, chop 2 whole romaine leaves and let simmer in 1 cup of water for 20 minutes.

Fall’s shorter days and erratic weather fluxes confuse the central nervous system, sabotaging its ability to produce energizing dopamine, say UCLA doctors. To chance away fatigue, massage the insteps of your feet with a dab of cooking oil for 2 minutes. This stimulates acupressure points that signal the brain to increase dopamine output.

Now with all these information who knew that these simple things that we all have around our kitchen could be so useful. Hope you all can use some of these and feel more relaxed I sure need it. How about you???