Grilled Veggie Grain Bowl — Fabulous Fare Sisters

August 7, 2019 at 11:32 PM | Posted in Uncategorized | 4 Comments

I’ve been trying to serve more Meatless Meals lately…especially since reading an article about preventing Alzheimers. The article listed five main changes to make to your life that could possibly help…the first was exercise (done), the second was coffee, 70% chocolate, red wine (done, done and done), the third was sleep (working on it), the […]

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  1. good one…thanks for share

  2. Grilling veggies always makes the dish taste better!


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