‘ello food lovers! Happy Wednesday! Ever since last week I have had Greek on my mind. Yesterday when I left work, Mrs. Zesty called and asked what we were having for supper. We were tight on time because Tuesday is soccer night so I made a pit stop at the grocery store and went right back to Greece. I picked up some feta cheese, some tzatiki sauce, a few fresh tortillas, some roasted chicken already cooked and a Greek wrap was born.
Quick, easy, very tasty and filled the spot in 7 minutes. Basically the amount of time we had before soccer was calling out our name.
- Whole wheat Tortillas
- Chicken, cooked
- Tzatziki Sauce
- Feta cheese
- Tomatoes, diced
- Lettuce, washed and chopped
- Black pepper
- Smear some Tzatiki sauce on the base of the tortilla.
- Start with the lettuce and tomato, than layer some chicken on top, followed by some feta cheese.
- I add a little more Tzatiki at the top to hold it all together. Sprinkle with black pepper and wrap it up
Zesty Tip: Don’t overfill the wrap like I tend to do as it will be difficult to close and you make a mess all over your chin and shirt…. and no I didn’t do that.
Around the Blogsphere
A New Cookbook
Jeff Pirtle from Dinner Revolution has created an amazing e-book that is going to change the way we do dinner. He has included me in a special offer for all my readers. Normally the book retails for $27 but right now he is giving away Dinner Revolution for FREE for all the zesty readers.
What do you think of that deal? I say SUPER job Jeff and thanks so much for including zesty and all of you. To get your free copy of the book just visit here.
A fellow blogger, Susan from the Great Balancing Act, was recently diagnosed with Lymphoma and the food blog world got together with the organization from Janetha at Meals and moves and put together an online auction to raise money for Susan.
Read more about Susan and the auction that was over at Janetha’s blog.
The results were amazing, inspiring and very proud to be a part of. Zesty chipped in and donated to full blog makeovers which raised over $1050 dollars. Kind of exciting but the real excitement comes from the over $26,000 that was raised in a mere 12 hours through the online community.
The only words I have for that is AMAZING.
Alright, back to the grind for me. Have a super Wednesday and we will talk soon.