There’s nothing like a romantic dinner for two to help keep a romance sizzling, and this super-easy Mediterranean pasta is just the ticket. The recipe is so flexible, you can easily experiment with different ingredients and create your own unique meal. Best of all it’s simple to make, just add ingredients to the pan one at a time and toss together. In no time, you’ll have a meal fit for a goddess.
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½ cup cooked chicken, cut into strips
Fresh garlic, about 1 clove, chopped fine.
1 cup fresh mushrooms
½ cup grape or cherry tomatoes, halved
4 cups fresh spinach
Seasonings (I like Cavender’s Greek Seasonings)
In a pot, set the pasta to boil.
In a large heated saute pan, pour about 2 tablespoons of olive oil. Add garlic, saute until aromatic. Add mushrooms and saute on high heat until cooked through. Add chicken strips and lightly season. Cook mushrooms, stirring frequently, until they are lightly browned. Turn heat to medium. Drain cooked pasta and add it to the pan, mixing thoroughly with the chicken mixture. Add spinach and let it wilt. Mix with the pasta mixture. Add the tomatoes, mix, then remove from the heat. Divide between two plates, crumble some feta over it and add a few Greek olives.
The whole meal takes about twenty minutes to prepare, leaving plenty of time for your special someone.
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Hailey hates the museum. It’s creepy as hell and keeps her husband away from her.
James’ job requires him to stay after hours, but he’s happy to put in the extra time.
Home has become a battlefield of ovulation charts and scheduled sex. Every month feels like a failure and love hasn’t been part of the picture for far too long.
But Marguerite might change that. A night with this ancient goddess fires the passions of Hailey and James, reminding them what it feels like to be lovers. Marguerite might bring Hailey the desire she needs, and give James the one thing he wants most—his wife.
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