Erin Davis breaks it down how GV does it for Bleep Magazine. Starts on pg 79. Check it out!
I hope you are having a great Monday! As we are moving into our second week of High Point set up, we thought we would give you a sneak peek as to what is to come this weekend. You can visit our Pinterest board to see a few of our new items. link here: http://pinterest.com/globalviews/high-point-oct-2012/
Last night during Dallas market we had a fun tweet-up in the showroom. With the brilliant co-hosting help from Beth Dotolo of PULPdesign Studio and Abbe Fennimore of StudioTen25 we had a good time!
Towards the end of the event, we had drawings for 2 gift certificates. $500 for Global Views and $500 for Studio A.
Orecchiette with Broccoli Raab & Italian Sweet Sausage
Ingredients 1 bunch broccoli raab (about 1 lb) 1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil 1 pint cherry tomatoes 1/2 bunch parsley, chopped 4 garlic cloves, chopped 1/4 cup pine nuts 4 Italian sweet sausage 8 oz. fresh mozzarella Grated parmesan cheese to taste Salt and pepper
|Choose broccoli raab with a minimum of yellow flowers. Chop off the tough stems from the broccoli raab and any yellowed leaves. Wash, drain, and chop. Heat the olive oil in a deep sauté pan. Add the garlic and cook being careful not to brown. (Browning garlic adds a bitter taste) Add the broccoli raab and parsley and cook until it wilts down. Add the cherry tomatoes and cook another 5 minutes. Place the pine nuts on a cookie sheet and brown in a 350 degree oven. Cook the sausage on another cookie sheet until done. Be sure to prick the sausage on both sides before placing in the oven. When fully cooked, slice the sausage and drain the fat. Add the sausage and the pine nuts to the broccoli raab mixture. Cook the orecchiette pasta according to the package instructions. Orecchiette is the ear shaped pasta from Southern Italy, especially Apulia. Toss the pasta with the broccoli raab mixture. Slice the fresh mozzarella into the pasta or place individual slices on a plate and put the hot pasta over it. Top with grated parmesan cheese. Broccoli Raab (sometimes known as rapini) is a very nutritious vegetable, low in calories, and high in fiber. It has many cancer fighting vitamins and minerals including pantothenic acid, vitamin K, C, and the B vitamins. Sometimes I have made this recipe by substituting spinach or kale which are also extremely nutritious. In addition, I never miss an opportunity to add as much parsley to a recipe as possible. Vitamin pills are made out of parsley and it is a good way to get needed vitamins and minerals into your family and it doesn’t have an overpowering taste.|
It’s allll about the Peacock! April High Point wrapped up and although we are all so happy to be billigparajumperno.com home and sleeping in our own beds, It was a really great show. We had lots of fun things going on. But as always… we love spending time with our customers! Here are some of the Highlights:
- We set up a photo-booth with peacock props so billigparajumperno all our customers could “Show us How You Peacock!” Beau Stinnette of Dann Inc. won the silk Peacock Pillow
- We debuted our new partnership with DwellStudio! check out the entire 79 sku line on our website.