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What’s Happening in Letty’s Kitchen-March 2021 Musings

Hey, hello, hola, and Happy April Fool’s Day!

Orange flowers above and around blue door in Baja Mexico.

Here’s your March newsletter. Well, it was March, and now it’s not. How on earth did the calendar kick over to April so soon? Would you call that an April Fool’s trick on me?

>>>> 15 easy and safe April Fool’s pranks that’ll give you the giggles. Families with kids in diapers, #8 is last minute doable. Yum.

We’re still in Baja, but not for long. Robbie’s crossing off all the details for closing up the trailer and hauling it to the storage yard, and I’m trying to use up all the food we still have in the fridge and pantry. That’s meals for the next 4 days, plus, like we did on the way down, salads in jars for 3 nights on the road.

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Roasted Asparagus with Cilantro Chimichurri Sauce

Lush green spears blistered to golden and tender, served with a serious drizzle of verdant green sauce, this simple roasted asparagus with cilantro chimichurri sauce speaks earthy elegance. It’s a winning easy vegetable side dish!

Roasted Asparagus with Cilantro Chimichurri Sauce on white platter with glass pitcher of sauce
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How to Make a Matcha Oat Milk Latte

What’s frothy, pale green, and loaded with energizing goodness? A matcha oat milk latte! Here’s how to make them barista-style, without an espresso machine, at home, with just 3 ingredients!

clear glass mug of green foamy hot matcha oat milk latte

If you’re looking for a clean stimulating buzz that lasts longer than coffee and doesn’t let you down like coffee, try matcha. Matcha tea contains caffeine but it doesn’t give you the jitters. A matcha latte gives you that energy boost without the crash.

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Vegetarian Chard Enchiladas

Filled with tender chard, both the leafy greens and their stems, crumbly salty cheese, and meaty black olives, these chard enchiladas are more than amazing! Rolled into softened corn tortillas and bathed in a mild red chile sauce, with a final sprinkle of mild green onions–this is one delicious combo of flavors and textures. You will love them!

Vegetarian Chard Enchiladas with fork and piece cut out

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Monthly Musings –What’s Happening in Letty’s Kitchen!

Carlos the dog looking out the trailer door.

Hola from Baja Mexico!

Close your eyes. Pause for a moment. Think about the best thing that’s happened to you today. Say it out loud.

My best thing? This morning I took two Zoom classes, first was strength training and then an hour later, yoga.

Zoom! For me, the online live video communication app is the best thing that’s come out of this pandemic. Zoom has been around for longer than a year, yes, but I’ll venture to say that as people all over the world went into stay-at-home mode, Zoom became the elastic to hold us all together.

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