Goat Cheese & Marinara Dip


Happy Easter!!!!

I don't celebrate Easter in the most conventional of ways. I don't go to church (I'm spiritual in my everyday life and don't feel the need for organized religion), I no longer get an easter basket (I'm old as hell), BUT! A girlfriend surprised me with an easter gift of a shirt that I was humming and hawing over, and bought it behind my back. What a great friend!

But I chose to have Easter relatively chill this year. Usually it's pretty quiet, but I needed it quieter. Too much vibration these days. Let's cook.

Shocker...I have another dip!

Sorry, not sorry.

Seriously, I just made another dip for an Easter get together today, and this goat cheese dip is extremely easy, and relatively inexpensive in retrospect to the decadent salmon dip I made today. So, I will share That one!

It's been a very busy couple weeks. Realization of some major spiritual growth, having the week off from school , and the mercury in retrograde (yes again, :::rolls eyes:::) it's been extremely educational in the least.

However, I have managed to get out in the world and do a lot of stuff I really wanted to do and have been putting off for one reason or another.

"Tye Dyed" Eggs

I went to my first auction and bought a few of my most favorite current obsessions....

She & I were meant to be.

Then I went to the public museum that I have been dying to go to and had some experiences...

A butterfly that decided to hitchhike on me throughout the museum for a good hour, unbenounced to me.

This dip is sooooooooo easy! Especially, if you buy a jar of great organic marinara and a log of goat cheese. Done! See! Effing easy!!!

Serves: 2 Little Easter Bunnies

Ingredients:

1-2 Cups of jarred Marinara

Half a log of Goat Cheese-sliced

A pinch of red pepper flakes

Sprinkle of dried Oregano

Generous drizzle of Olive Oil

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Spray a small baking dish with PAM. Pour the marinara into the dish, place sliced goat cheese on top of marinara, sprinkle of red pepper flakes, oregano and a generous drizzle of olive oil over that.. Bake 25 minutes or until bubbling.

Serve with crackers or bread.

Then, of course, enjoy!


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