Healthy Quinoa Bowls

Lately, I’ve been making quinoa a lot. I love making big quinoa bowls for lunch or dinner. I’m pescatarian so I add tofu to get more protein in my diet. I found a few recipes I want to try. There is one for each of my favorite cuisines.

Greek Quinoa Salad (Two Peas & Their Pod)

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5 Ingredient Quinoa Mac and Cheese (Complete Recipes)

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Quinoa Tabbouleh Salad (iFoodReal):

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Crunchy Cashew Thai Quinoa Salad with Ginger Peanut Dressing (Ambitious Kitchen)

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Tomato, Mozzarella, and Basil Quinoa Salad (Averie Cooks)

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Asian Quinoa Salad (Two Peas & Their Pod)

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One Pan Mexican Quinoa (Damn Delicious)

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Bon appétit!

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NYC Lady Project Launch!!!

The NYC Lady Project is launching on October 3rd. The Lady Project organization is essentially an “Old Boys Club” for women. It’s a non-profit organization that hosts monthly events where women can connect, get inspired and learn about what other awesome women are doing in their cities. I am excited to announce that I am the social media chair for the NYC chapter (follow on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram).

I hope you come to the launch on October 3rd.

Join NYC Lady Project for our Launch Event on Friday, October 3 at Projective Space!
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Calling all women in the NYC area who are doing amazing things — join us on Friday, October 3 at 7pm at Projective Space in the LES to kick-off the first event of the NYC Lady Project.

Tickets include appetizers and drinks. 

We’ll have refreshments and plenty of time to mingle and network with fellow NYC Ladies. We’ll start with the NYC 3×3 – where three local women of different backgrounds, industries and career levels share their story in three minutes. 

The first NYC 3×3 will include:

Buy a ticket!

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About Lady Project:

The Lady Project connects, inspire and showcase women doing awesome things, through events, membership and community engagement. The first chapter, PVD Lady Project, launched in early 2012 and has over 250 members in the RI area. The second chapter, HVN Lady Project launched in New Haven in October 2013; and BOS Lady Project kicked-off in Boston in January 2014. Lady Project events and memberships are open to females or female-identifying.

The Lady Project strives to partner local community leaders with entrepreneurs to create powerful and meaningful connections. Members vary in terms of employment, with around half of our members pursuing some type of entrepreneurial endeavor. Our members range from scarf-makers to media gurus to graphic designers. Regardless of career background, all members bring a unique skill-set and background to events and help connect other members with their ever-growing networks.

The Lady Project aims to help event attendees connect with other awesome ladies outside of an industry-specific setting by bringing together women with different backgrounds and expertise. Each month, The Lady Project hosts events in various locations that are geared to inspire, connect, and showcase women throughout New York City as well as other chapter cities throughout the northeast corridor.

These events are full of mingling and networking, but the real excitement starts when it’s time for our 3×3, which features three unique women sharing their story within three minutes. Other events that The NYC Lady Project hosts include book clubs, active nights, workshops, and our annual Lady Project Summit, which occurs in Providence, RI each spring.

Each event that The NYC Lady Project hosts benefits a local organization or charity that is either run by women or benefits women or girls in our community.

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