Courgette Pappardelle – Zucchini Noodles In a Garlic Almond Sauce

Zucchini noodles in a garlic almond sauce
Today’s post comes to us from the UK!

Some of you may have stumbled across Ash from

She is doing things different in this space. Not only does she post tasty recipes, she has a video to go along with each one! That’s something I’ve wanted to do but have always made excuses.

Plus, me being from the US, her accent is fantastic! :)

Here’s her take on pappardelle noodles using zucchini (which are apparently called courgette in the UK), done in a garlic sauce.

After the video I’ll have some links to things she’s mentioned in the video as well as some links to catch up with Ash around the web.
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photo by Lisa Picard

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Want to know how coffee can actually help you lose weight?

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old habits die hard

We look at a pair of jeans or a picture of when we were younger and thinner and think things like “if only I wasn’t fat, I’d be happier.” So we hang onto that emotion and try to get motivated by it. It works for a little while, but then cravings kick in and this vision we have for ourselves that’s far out in the distance isn’t enough to keep our hands out of the jar.

Unhealthy feelings about body image and food notwithstanding, the thing missing from it all is incentive.

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