Thursdays Treasures Week 68

Hello again and welcome to Thursdays Treasures.  We are so happy you stopped by.  We love to look at all your treasures and check up on the happenings in your neck of the woods.

Here at Food Done Light, I am trying to stick to some New Years “Goals”.  This week was about eating more Lentils and less meat.  I shared my Butternut Squash Lentils, an Indian dal, with butternut squash and mansoor dal.  I also rolled out some vegetarian recipes to help with our eating less meat.  Fennel, Orange & Pomegranate Salad is a fantastic, winter salad of fresh, shaved fennel, orange segments and pomegranate seeds all lightly dressed with fresh orange juice and a tiny bit of oil.  I also premiered my Roasted Tomato and Fennel Soup.  This is an easy soup to make of roasted tomatoes and fennel pureed in a blender with some vegetable stock.

Butternut Squash Lentils, Fennel, Orange Pomegranate Salad and Tomato Fennel Soup #fooddonelight

Here are some of the beautiful treasures that caught my eye last week:

Features Week 68Starting on the left side:

 

Smart School House – Drink This, Make That – Crafts and Cocktails

Starting Top Left, top right, bottom right, bottom left:

Sweet Little Bluebird – Apricot Gorgonzola Cheese Spread

Hot Eats and Cool Reads – Roasted Garlic Rosemary Chicken and Potatoes

Hezzi D’s Books & Cooks – Baked Quinoa and Chicken Parmesan

Chica Chocolatina Bakeshop – Churros Waffles

Now lets get this party started:

Link up a few of your favorite recipes or crafts.
Don’t forget to link up your actual post and not your home page.
Link back to Thursday Treasures somehow – on your post, side bar, party bag, you decide. Sorry, we cannot feature you without a link.
Follow all three of your co-hosts
Christie, Debi & Joan
Visit and comment on some of other lovely recipes and crafts.
Leave a comment to let me know you popped over.

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