Sunday, December 18, 2011

olives

This is a good!
Olives stuffed with goat cheese and crab:
Stuffed Black Olives
Black Olives
4 Table spoons of goat cheese
1/4 cup of crab
1 tsp of Greek yogurt
Tear the crab mix into thin slices.
Mix shredded crab, goat cheese and Greek yogurt.
Fill a piping bag with the filling.
Cut the end of the piping bag and squeeze the filling in to the black olives. mmmmmmmmmmmmm.
TC Pizza

Last night I made TC Pizza' - it is goooood!
Flat Bread
Tomato Paste
Goat Cheese
Black Olives
Mushrooms
Anchovies (optional - I like them).
Shredded Romano cheese (optional)
Garlic salt
Mix the tomato paste and goat cheese together and spread on flat bread. This is tasty enough but if you like cheese you can add Romano or other cheese.
Slice olives into tyres (circles) and sprinkle on top
Slice mushrooms and sprinkle on top.
Sprinkle garlic salt to taste

Broil for about 5 minutes or until edges are brown.  Awesome Yummy!!!


See you soon - peace out!
Thank you for all the messages - I could not believe it when I saw them all!!!
I made my first dish for Cooking Light Magazine and wrote about it it will be in the March issue if you want to check it out.

44 comments:

  1. Congratulations on making it into Cooking Light Magazine, Matisse! That's awesome! Can't wait to see it :)

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  2. These are some of my favorite foods. I can't wait to try this out! I'm also looking forward to your recipe in Cooking Light! Congratulations Matisse! :) -Trey

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  3. Hi Matisse, I read about you in Parade and was touched by your story, and am so happy for you that you can eat now! Your mother is right, someone who truly appreciates food as you do deserves to enjoy it. Also, we are alike in that I don't like fast food, either. :)

    Good luck and keep cooking!

    Hartman

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  4. Shelley Chavious - Winslow, ArkansasDecember 18, 2011 at 8:21 PM

    Hi Matisse! I think that it's wonderful that someone your age has such a love of cooking and that you care enough to share it with everyone.
    Congratulations on getting your article in the magazine! I hope that your passion for food and for cooking stays with you always. It's a great thing to have and it will carry you through any rough patches that you may have in the future.When I'm blue or having a difficult time in my life, I usually take over the kitchen and start cooking and it's always very comforting to me to do so. I'm very happy that you are getting well and good luck to you!

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  5. Good morning, Matisse, from Corning NY. I've been trying to think of some easy, light foods for Christmas eve and like the idea of stuffed olives.

    I homeschooled my daughter (she's grown up, married and a mother herself now) and can say for certain that you're getting an excellent education through your cooking and this blog, among other things. Reading, writing, arithmetic!

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  6. Oh this sounds so delicious. I can't wait to see your published recipe. So glad that you enjoy cooking so much. You are such a little sweetheart!!
    Barb at snowmanlover.blogspot.com
    Have a Merry Day!!!

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  7. I am at school and we read your article in the newspaper it must of been really hard to look at all the good food and not be able to eat it it must of been really hard you made all kinds of food and it probably took all you had not to eat it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  8. I think that you are so cool.So how are you doing?

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  9. When is your next recipe and MERRYCHIRSTMAS!!!!!!

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  10. KEEP UP THE GOOD COOKING! Matisse your #1

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  11. you are a very brave girl and youre food looks delishous mery christmas?

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  12. good morning matisse I think your recipes looks good especially seafood and have a merry chirstmas from WV

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  13. KEEP UP THE GOOD COOKING!Matisse your #1

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  14. In my school we read about you and visited your bolg. I love to cook too matisse. Have you ever cooked pumkin crunch? Pumkin crunch is like a cake with pumkin in it. It's realy good. I'm glad you can eat now! you should try to make pumkin crunch

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  15. what do you like to do?

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  16. Hi Matiesse ur recipes look too good to eat. My class is looking at ur profile and it is really interesting. I am gonna have to try coking some this stuff

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  17. what do you like to sing

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  18. My name is Megan Bowles.I live in elenor wv.I am 12. I an a student at GW middle school im in the 6th grade.All of ur recipies sounds and looks DELISHOUS!!!!!! cant wait to try them.:) You are so creative!:) You also have alot of confident about your self.You should be proud of ur self for doing the stuff u d.NEVER give up! Best wishes......
    -Megan

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  19. hi im joe and i go to shavalsky middle school in missouri. i think that you are pretty good at cookin. my mom makes all of your recipes all the time. once there done i eat them :D

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  20. Hi im MICHAEL MCCORD from GW MIDDLE my mom thinks your amazing so do I all the things you have made looks good

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  21. Hi my name is morgan some of those recipe looks scrupshus sorry if I spell that wrong any way i'm eleven I think it is tragik what happen to you but I hope you have a great chrismas.

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  22. Hey, my name is Logan and I go to George Washington Middle and I love these recepies. they look amazing. I am eleven and this site is great as well. Keep up the good work.

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  23. Yummy in my tummy

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  24. My sis also had intestinal problems and at age 39, they were completely removed BUT 7 yrs later she is doing great ( she has an ileostomy bag). Your story is such an inspiration. Please keep the awesome recipes coming. Hope you are feeling well today. Take care

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  25. Hi Matisse, I really liked receiving your first blog post. I will try the olives w crab. Try making stuffed mushrooms, they are similar and very tasty. My husband and I call each other Matisse, so I like your name, too. happy Holidays, don't overindulge! Another Matisse in Demarest, NJ, 20 miles from New York City

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  26. Hey Im Baleigh.I go to George Washington Middle in Elenor West Virginia. I really enjoy your blog. Also I hope you become a famous chef one day. Ill be sure to try your recipes.. Merry Christmas!! Btw your recipes look delicious! Best wishes!
    ~Baleigh

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  27. Hey my name is Tyler Witt I go to George Washington Middle School. All the food u make look great! Your such an inspiration to me from what u have gone through. Its so cool how you make such great food. Keep up the good work and have fun!

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  28. hi my name is johnny i go to gwms your food looks good i may try some of them you must be a reall chef meery christmas

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  29. my name is ryan and i love your food well it looks good anyway just lookin at it makes me hungry :0!!!!

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  30. Hi, my name is Alexys and I go to George Washington Middle School. Your blog is really cool and the food you make is creative and looks amazing!!:)It's awesome that you can cook at sch a young age, becuase I can't lol! I hope that someday you become a famous chef! Have fun and keep working hard!:)

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  31. Hi Matisse I'm Shyanne Massey and I go to George Washington Middle School.I'm 11 years old I wish you and your family a wonderful Merry Christmas!!!! Keep up the great work.

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  32. Hey I'm Madison. I live in West Virginia and I am a 6th grader at George Washington Middle School. Your recipes look DELICIOUS!!!!! I will be sure to try them all! :) Much love!!!!!

    ~Madison

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  33. Hi my name is Hannah Lamb I go to George Washigton Middle school hope you have a great christmas!!!Merry christmas!!

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  34. Matiss,
    My name is Sean Green and I go to GWMS. You have inspired almost everyone at our school with your tough battle with your stomach problem Well merry christmas and happy b day
    sinceraly,
    Sean Green

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  35. Matisse all the food sounds so good! Last night i made pork tenderlion. Do you have any good recipes for that? Just looking at the pictuers of what you have made makes my mouth water:).

    kenzie

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  36. Hi Matisse,
    A friend of mine in Tucson sent me an article about you, your love of food, the food network and the medical difficulties you've courageously endured. I think you are awesome--and I love that you have a hat collection :)
    Happy Birthday--hope 11 is a great year.
    Peace, KJ

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  37. Keep going with what you are doing! I too, love seafood.

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  38. Hi Matisse, Happy New Year! Read your article in our Maine Sunday Telegram Parade paper and couldn't wait to see your blog. Can't wait to try some of your recipes. Keep up the good work!

    USA

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  39. Hi Matisse,
    Happy New Year! I am a middle school science teacher at St. Francis of Assisi School in St. Louis, MO. We are studying the digestive system, and I saw your story in our local paper on December 11th. I told my 7th graders about you today, and asked them what they thought you first wanted to eat after your transplant. They said pizza and were surprised about the squid! :)

    Good luck and keep that positive attitude!
    Mrs. Sue Doering

    PS. Happy (belated) Birthday!

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  40. Matisse, we read your story in The Parade magazine and just had to start following you. You go girl!!
    We just started blogging as well - it is so much fun.
    Looking forward to your next post.
    Sweet treats to you-
    Katiepies

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  41. Hi Matisse. I am so impressed by your cooking and your positive attitude! I am in my thirties but I can learn a lot from you (in both ways). Looking forward to seeing your recipes in Cooking Light!

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  42. Hi Matisse!
    I just read your article in Parade magazine, and you are a true inspiration. I myself have for the last 12 years suffered from a digestive disease called Crohn's disease and most recently this summer had to have all of my large intestine removed. For 7 months prior to surgery I had to be fed by an IV as I could not absorb anything I ingested. The surgery was a success and I have since been able to enjoy eating again. You have a beautiful spirit and zest for life and I wish you all the best. Maybe we'll see you on the Food Network one day with your own show! Thank you for sharing your story!
    Sincerely,
    Melanie

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  43. I read about you in Parade Magazine and was absolutely amazed at your story!! You are an inspiration. GO, YOU!!!

    I wish your family luck on staying in PA.

    Congrats on your article in Cooking Light Magazine!

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  44. Hi Matisse! We look for you every month in Cooking Light. Our favorite recipe is you chai banana bread!! Its awesome! Keep up the good work. You are an inspiration to a lot of people.

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