{the final meatless monday of 2013! – artisan lettuce wraps featuring organic polenta and a homemade red sauce}

30 Dec

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i like food you can consume without utensils 🙂

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and there’s something about the word “artisan” that makes things more fun and enjoyable to eat 🙂

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when i spotted this bag on sale at the market, i nabbed it up.  it looked super fresh and crisp and i had some leftover polenta at home that i just knew would go great with it.

so i made a simple red sauce with the remains of a jar of marina i had in the fridge.  then i tossed in some extra garlic, mushrooms, onions, carrots, and a little cheese, and boom! – i had a simple and delicious red sauce to pour over my polenta.

foodie side note : i only use organic corn products – corn is THE MOST genetically modified plant out there.  and it’s in everything.  do your own research, i highly encourage it 🙂

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then i simply took a few romaine artisan lettuce leaves and smeared in my cooked polenta…

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then drizzled on a warm red sauce…

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then inhaled each little wrap in about 30 seconds!  they were SO DELICIOUS! and so simple to make!

that’s how i roll… simply.

😉

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6 Responses to “{the final meatless monday of 2013! – artisan lettuce wraps featuring organic polenta and a homemade red sauce}”

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