22 July 2011

Mozzarella Squash Taco Bowl

My Lunch was made with Love today

I took a Brown Rice Tortilla and baked it to form a Taco Bowl 

Then re-heated leftover Roasted Kabocha Squash 
and Vegetables scrambled with 1/2 cup egg whites

And topped with a sliced of L’Ancêtre Organic Mozzarella Cheese

All served in my Inspiration Plate

I could definitely taste the "love" in this dish

Although as I am typing this, clouds have rolled in to cover the sunshine...

But today and yesterday has looked like this. The past week we've had RAIN 
and CLOUD and UGLYNESS! All while many people in the Prairies and Eastern 
Canada (along with most of the United States) have been experiencing heat waves

But we need the sun, so i'm going to be selfish 
and hold it in the sky for myself a little longer :)


Sara @ Nourish and Flourish said... [reply]

Your meals always make my mouth water and inspire me to try new food combinations. I love the idea of combining squash with egg whites and mozzarella...in a taco bowl! Mmm.

I hope you're able to hold on to the sunshine through the weekend! xoxo

Lauren @ What Lauren Likes said... [reply]

what a interesting combo! ugh these heat waves are killing me! I wish there was more sun, but its just been cloud and humidity....

Goldberry said... [reply]

Love that last photo! <3

Natalie @ Cinnamon Bums said... [reply]

beautiful lunch and beautiful pictures of you pinching the sun! love that, and hope it stays sunny =)

Jess said... [reply]

That looks like cheesy deliciousness right thereeee!

Marianne (frenchfriestoflaxseeds) said... [reply]

Hey, at least you got the sun out your way - we've been cloudy all day and it's freakin' cold!

Lisa Fine said... [reply]

Yum! What a great combination - I never would have thought to top my squash with mozzarella, and it sounds fantastic.

Have a good weekend, Kelsey. Hope you are doing well. xoxo

Anonymous said... [reply]

I would've never thought to put squash with mozzarella. Looks great!

Anonymous said... [reply]

Oh Kelsey, I love love love cheese and squash together. I havent had it since winter but this post made me want it right down to my core! Dangit!

Some Korean Website Highjacker said... [reply]

hi Kelsey, thanks a bunch for visiting me! you have a great space here, love the d-vine recipes total. nice that we are only a waterway apart form each other. i get over to Victoria a couple times a year and it's never often enough in my books. such a fab place!

isn't our weather system bugging out? i like your idea of sun captures though, way to keep it unique!!! happy weekend. ♥

Chelsea said... [reply]

I will gladly send sun and warmth to BC if you send some rain to Ontario. We need it badly!

Anonymous said... [reply]

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Sarah@The Flying Onion said... [reply]

Yummy meal!!!

And beautiful sunshine!! It's raining where I live, but it's such a nice break from the heat wave that we've been having. I feel like returning to my childhood, throwing on my bathing suit and running around the house. I'm just not sure how the neighbors would feel about this...haha! ;)

Sarena Shasteen - The Non-Dairy Queen said... [reply]

Oh wow, that is my kind of meal! I hope you enjoyed the sunshine!

Sonia said... [reply]

your lunch looks lovely! Food prepared with love is so much better (:
Enjoy the weather!

Carly said... [reply]

I stumbled to your blog, and am loving it! I live in Chilliwack, so the fact that we have sun today is a BIG happy point in my life. We need to mix some of the Ontario heat wave with our rain wave, it might just even out.

Mari Nuñez said... [reply]

Very unique tacos! I love the combination of flavors :)

Nice sun photos.

Jolene - EverydayFoodie said... [reply]

We had MAJOR heat waves for two weeks, but it seems like things are going back to normal now.

Those sun pictures are so cute! Must have hurt your eyes to take them though!

Anonymous said... [reply]

Oh wow that looks good!!!

Anonymous said... [reply]

I love the picture of you holding the sun! I've had lots of sun so far this summer and am so happy for it. I hope your clouds roll right back away and the sun comes back :)

Kristen @ notsodomesticated said... [reply]

Awesome photography!! I especially like the pictures of you holding the sun. You must be a strong lady. :P

Tara @ The Butter Dish said... [reply]

So glad you stopped by the dish Kelsey. I always love following the trail back to a new and amazing blog like yours here.

Delicious dish and I love the creative photography of the sun.

We see a lot of people do similar things with the giant EPCOT ball, make it look like they're holding it up. :)

Welcome back any time. I'll be hanging around here for sure.

Anonymous said... [reply]

I heard you guys were getting cool temps :( It's blazing here...

Thanks your for comment - option B hey?? But wait - what kind of mood are you in?! Hope your okay :(

Averie @ Love Veggies and Yoga said... [reply]

that looks glorious! not only the food but your photography is just stellar..so crisp, clear, vibrant...gorg!! :)

Anonymous said... [reply]

Thanks for holding the sun up today! It was very useful for my beach day ;)

Paige (Running Around Normal) said... [reply]

Hehe! I like the sun-holding picture:)

marla said... [reply]

You are hilarious holding up that sun! Loving this healthy squash taco :)

Sarah B @ Bake + Bike said... [reply]

Hahha I know what you mean about the strange lack of sunshine - I've been working on a farm in the Okanagan for about two months now and it's been overwhelmingly dark and rainy!

That taco looks so goooood. I bought brown rice tortillas for the first time yesterday (after seeing all your creations) and I'm so looking forward to trying some delicious wrap combinations.

Erica said... [reply]

mmm that looks fabulous! I love putting my tortillas under the broiler and creating a much healthier taco bowl. And the melted cheese is the perfect topper.

Gina; The Candid RD said... [reply]

Yum! I love creating fun dishes like this. This sounds wonderful. I have never actually made a "taco bowl" before. But I'm into it!

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