I’m calling this recipe Angel Hair, firstly because I’ve been very inspired by the wonderful book, Angels in my Hair, which I highly recommend, and secondly, the dish resembles the type of pasta often called Angel hair. This recipe is a lovely way to ENJOY courgettes, which are now in season. They’re ninety percent water! Interestingly these slender mini marrows belong to the same family as cucumbers and watermelons, so it makes sense that they’re a perfect summer ingredient. Seriously refreshing prepared in this manner, I promise any pasta lover that this light linguine lullaby love joy will make your taste buds sing! Such is the beauty of this dish. Bake them, fry them, griddle them, roast them, though I’m sure courgettes taste best eaten raw.
When I want to feel great? REALLY GREAT!!! I meditate!
So while you’re washing your vegetables in the cold running water, empty your thoughts and let any worries swirl away, let go of them. Cooking is calming and without over egging the pudding, hang on this recipe I’m sharing is a savoury dish, carbonara perhaps! Keep your thoughts simple, food choices simple, company simple and watch the radiance and inner light glow.
BREAK THROUGH BARRIERS AND REACH FOR YOUR DREAMS!
Toxic friends who “make you feel bad,” are as cumbersome as processed foods, bad habits are nigh impossible to change without the occasional detox. Energy vibrates at different rates and has different qualities. Simply put, there is good energy and bad energy. Energy is magnetic. So it makes sense that when life is in flow, we attract more positive experiences. Our positive feelings attract abundance into our life.
The happier we feel, the more anything is possible!
Live the impossible, make your dreams come true! I dare you!
SLICE courgette into strips with a potato peeler.
SPRINKLE over lemon juice.