The #Reiki Café #Newsletter Comes Out Monday

Monday!

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Here’s what’s coming in Monday’s Reiki newsletter:
Keep It Simple statements for what other people in our lives are doing.
Message Monday: how we can live an inspired life this week.
Book review: Archetypal Chakras by Arnold Bittlinger
Vegan Pumpkin Muffin Recipe
A new low-cost coaching call dedicated to intuitive eating.

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Peace and love,

Gina

There are several ways you can support The Reiki Café. You can buy a book, review a book, have a Reiki session, take a workshop, study Reiki, tell your family and friends about me, share my posts, follow me on Medium, and/or donate to the virtual tip jar. All support is appreciated. Thank you!

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Restaurant Style Birria Tacos

This is the taco recipe I’ve been waiting for. So inspiring. Reblogged from My Slice of Mexico.

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Click here to go to printable recipe: Restaurant Style Birria Tacos

This year, just like last, due to the pandemic, Mexico’s Independence Day (September 16) public festivals and government official re-enactments of the initial call for independence – “El Grito” were cancelled, or broadcast last night. President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, and first lady Beatriz Gutiérrez Müller, appeared at the front balcony of the National Palace; after observing one minute of silence in honour of the 269,912 people who have died in Mexico due to COVID19, the president proceeded to beseech the virtual audience to proclaim:

“Mexicanos, viva la Independencia; viva Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla; viva José María Morelos y Pavón; viva Josefa Ortiz de Domínguez; viva Ignacio Allende; viva Leona Vicario; viva Vicente Guerrero; vivan los Héroes Anónimos; viva la libertad; viva la justicia; viva la igualdad; viva la democracia; viva la honestidad; viva nuestra soberanía; viva…

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Roasted Chicken Thighs w/Sweet Potatoes

Drooling over these. They’re on the menu this week.

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It was going to be one #sheetpandinner of #chickenthighs & #sweetpotatoes aka #yams BUT it would’ve been WAY to crowded, so I did them separate; still  #sheetpanmeals though with a fresh delicious #salad 😋
The chicken marinated all day in yogurt w/seasonings…that included #turmeric & #paprika – I removed the skin but they’re bone in. And made a couple cuts across top of each thigh before putting in marinade 😉

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Archetypal Chakras by Arnold Bittlinger|Book Review

Thank you to Feedium for publishing my book review.

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If you read one book about chakras this year, I highly recommend Archetypal Chakras because Bittlinger had multiple approaches which I believe is one of the book’s strengths. Thank you to Feedium for publishing my review, which you can read by clicking right here.

Peace and love,

Gina

There are several ways you can support The Reiki Café. You can buy a book, review a book, have a Reiki session, take a workshop, study Reiki, tell your family and friends about me, share my posts, follow me on Medium, and/or donate to the virtual tip jar. All support is appreciated. Thank you!

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Salami Roses

Picture this with artfully arranged gluten-free crackers, vibrant fruit, and vegetables on a pretty board. Totally inspiring.

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A salami rose is a must for your next charcuterie platter. So easy to assemble and adds some real interest to your board – everyone will ask how you made it. Combine it with other meat, cheese, dips, nuts, fruit, etc. for a stunning presentation. Because I am interested in charcuterie ideas on Pinterest these roses keep popping up in my frequent Pinterest emails. Amazing how my computer knows what I like!

I envision one on a charcuterie board like this that I made a few years ago

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Dan Dan Noodles

This post has me holding up a sign that says, “Will work for peanut-based noodle dishes.”

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It’s no secret I love noodles/pasta and this dish has been on my “to make” list. Dan Dan Noodles translates as “noodles carried on a pole” or “peddler’s noodles”. There are many versions of these noodles and I finally decided on Joanne Chang’s version. She is the owner of Flour Bakery + Café in Boston and also has written a cookbook “Myers+Chang At Home”. This recipe was not in her cookbook but came to me via email from Food & Wine.

dsc_1863These noodles are one of the most famous of Sichuan street foods. The egg noodles are served in a savory, spicy broth made with chili oil topped with crispy pork and peanut flakes and then it’s all stirred together. Simple but with a numbing, smoky and spicy sauce.

The version I made is by no means the traditional Dan Dan Noodles from Chinese Sichuan cuisine as…

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Garden Inspiration

One of my goals.

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Photo credit: Canva

Remember to give your plants Reiki.

Happy Friday!

Gina

There are several ways you can support The Reiki Café. You can buy a book, review a book, havea Reiki session, take a workshop, study Reiki, tell your family and friends about me, share my posts,follow me on Medium, and/or donate to the virtual tip jar. All support is appreciated. Thank you!

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Gluten-Free Goodness – New Restaurant Review (Frisco, TX)

When L. and I played at being Lucy and Dana.

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Photo credit: Gina Briganti

If you have food allergies, intolerances, or preferences that are synonymous with eating gluten-free (or are close to someone who is), then you know how unusual it is to find a restaurant that is as dedicated as you are. This new Frisco, TX spot promises to be gluten-free and serve up goodness. Do they live up to the claim in their name? Read the review by L. Burton and I on Medium.

Thanks for reading,

Gina

There are several ways you can support The Reiki Café. You can buy a book, review a book, have a Reiki session, take a workshop, study Reiki, tell your family and friends about me, share my posts, follow me on Medium, and/or donate to the virtual tip jar. All support is appreciated. Thank you!

How’s your energy level? If it’s low, or you’re curious about how to get…

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🌞 Some Recent Sales in my Shops 🌞