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Healthy Snack Exchange at our Corporate/Metro Branch
Last Friday, our wellness committee at our Corporate/Metro Branch, put together a Healthy Snack Exchange! Samples were prepared and a friendly competition of who created the best recipe also took place. Congratulations to… Nabieha Miqbel (Corporate Estimator) for her winning veggie frittata dish! It was so good that a few had to really exercise portion control! Download your copy of the recipes from the Healthy Snack Exchange for you to try at home!
Veggie Frittata Submitted by Nabieha Miqbel, Corporate Estimator.
Enjoy as a snack or breakfast treat!
1 dozen eggs
4 Bell peppers
1 Small yellow onion
1 Small package of frozen thawed spinach
1 Container of sliced pre-washed mushrooms
2 Roma tomatoes Can of pitted black olives
1 Ricotta cheese Fresh herbs (parsley, basil, etc.)
Salt & pepper Cooking oil (coconut oil, olive oil, etc.)
Nonstick baking spray
1. Chop bell peppers (small cubes), yellow onion, and mushrooms. (set aside)
2. Slice canned olives and tomatoes (set aside)
3. Sautee onions with cooking oil and salt & pepper. Cook until tender, set aside
4. Sautee bell peppers with cooking oil and salt and pepper. Cook until tender, set aside
5. Sautee mushrooms with cooking oil and salt & pepper. Cook until tender, set aside
6. Sautee spinach with cooking oil and salt & pepper. Cook until warmed through, set aside.
7. In a large bowl, crack in 1 dozen eggs, beat together. Then combine bell peppers, onions, mushrooms, and spinach
8. Pour mixture into a baking dish
9. Drop spoonful’s of ricotta cheese into the dish
10. Sprinkle with sliced olives and tomatoes
11. Bake for 25 minutes at 400° F on the middle rack
12. Garnish with chopped herbs (optional)
13. Once cooled, cut into small squares
To download the Healthy Snack Recipes Book click on the picture below.
New Flag at our Metro/Corporate Branch
The average life of a flag varies depending on weather conditions, materials and so forth. After 2 solid years of withstanding these factors, the flag at our Metro/Corporate branch has officially retired. Special thank you to Jaime Nunez (Warehouse Manager) and Scott Smith (Purchasing Manager) from our Metro Branch for replacing the flag last week.