Quesadillas on chipotle tortillas with sweet potato, feta & cilantro puree with spinach, avocado and havarti cheese. It came with a roasted red pepper Greek yogurt dipping sauce.
If you visit Olives Facebook page HERE every Tuesday through Saturday you will find pictures I've taken similar to the ones above of our wonderful lunch specials! Or you could just come to Olive on the aforementioned days, have lunch, and say hello!
"A capsule hotel is a hotel system of extremely dense occupancy in Japan. A guest room is truly just a human “capsule” providing room to sleep and little more, although facilities usually include a television and other electronic entertainment. These capsules are then grouped and stacked, two units high. Luggage is usually stored in a locker away from the capsule. Privacy is maintained by a curtain at the open end of the capsule but noise pollution can be high. Washing facilities are communal and there are often restaurants, or at least vending machines, and other entertainment facilities.
This style of hotel accommodation was developed in Japan and has n
ot gained acceptance outside of the country. The Japanese capsule hotels vary widely in size, some having only fifty or so capsules and others over 700, and are often male only. Clothes and shoes are exchanged for a robe and slippers on entry. The benefit of these hotels is convenience, and price, usually around $25 a night."
BROWNIE CANDY CUPS
CAUTION: If you are not a serious chocolate lover beware. This is SOOOOO choclatey and it is also filled with EXTREME peanut butter cup deliciousnesssss. You’ve been warned.
1 Package ‘Duncan Heins Chocolate Lovers: Extra double fudge brownie mix’
(Or something fairly similar)
1/3 cup water
¼ cup vegetable oil
Roughly 30 miniature peanut butter cup candies (wrappers removed)
-Preheat the oven to 350 degrees
-Remove all of the wrappers from the peanut butter cups and set aside.
-Fill a baking sheet entirely with 2 inch foil cupcake tins.
-In a large bowl combine brownie mix, eggs, water, and oil.
-Blend/stir this mixture until well blended.(make sure there are minimal lumps if any)
-Spoon about 2 level tablespoons this mixture into teach of the prepared foil tins (I fill my cups about ¾ of the way up)
-Place the baking sheet into the oven for 10 minutes
-When the ten minutes are up; remove the sheet from the oven
-Quickly push 1 peanut butter cup in the center of each brownie cup cake until they are even with the surface of brownie. (Don’t push the brownie too far in to the cupcake or the brownie will be caved in when it comes out of the oven the second time)
-Place the baking sheet back into the oven and bake for another 5-7 minutes longer.
-Remove from the oven and transfer to a baking rack – cool completely
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