Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Pineapple Caprese with Rosemary Skewers


          How yummy do these appetizers look? They're almost to cute to eat! It's so fun
      coming up with little twists to classic dishes. Not only do these taste amazing but the
    smell of the rosemary is very aromatic. How about placing these on your Easter buffet?

                                           Pineapple Caprese with Rosemary Skewers

                                           Fresh Pineapple Chunks
                                           marinated mozzarella pearls
                                           rosemary
                                           basil

              1) All you do is put one mozzarella and pineapple on the end of the rosemary and
              push through. Sprinkle with fresh basil and drizzle with some of the juice that was
              in the mozzarella container.


          How do y'all like my new blog design? I'm completely in love with every detail.
         
    I wanted to give a big shout out to Cynthia at NW designs she was amazing and helped
   me achieve everything that I was hoping for in my blog design....Not to mention she was
   so patient with all the changes and tweaks we did. If you are looking to give your blog a
   little lift. I highly recommend her. Thank you, C.

45 comments:

  1. Beautiful Val! I love all these flavors and have never thought of combining substituting pineapple for tomato. (just bought a pineapple .. I might make this for Easter:)

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  2. This looks so tasty. I love rosemary, and well, all the other ingredients, too!

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  3. Yum! I love the twist on the caprese skewers. I will have to keep this in mind next time I need a quick appetizer.

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  4. Those look delightful..simple and tasty. Perfect for a summer party!

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  5. Blog design looks great as do these cute skewers! What an innovative idea and gorgeous too!

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  6. Wow, what an amazing flavor combo!!
    Love the new blog design, too.

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  7. I do like the new blog design.

    I have plenty of rosemary outside. I can make these tasty appetizers.

    Hope all is well.

    Velva

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  8. Just wanted to say, that I have read your blog for awhile now and I can't get over the awesome dishes you come up with! I have made many after reading your posts and I have NEVER been disappointed! Some of my favorites are the salads. I'm a salad junkie and crave a new spin on the regular run of the mill salad. Thanks for sharing your awesome dishes because I look forward to them =)

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  9. Love the blog design!
    I love this, always an interesting and unexpected twist, must try:)

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  10. It indeed looks yummy! Thank you, this is inspiring. I am looking around for some healthy food recipes when I stumbled into your blog.

    Your blog is very neat. I love it!

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  11. Those look fabulous! I want to make some!!! :-)

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  12. Love the new blog look! And those appy's look amazing!!!!
    You rock!!
    xo Kris

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  13. Those look so freshy and pretty...and fancy!
    LOVE the new look of your blog and how you have your recipes categorized on the side...so they are easy for us to find!

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  14. What a fantastic idea! Two of my favorite ingredients.

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  15. Val, this looks so good! Your pictures are so pretty! I love the colors together.:)

    Wishing you and your family a Happy Easter! XO ~Liz

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  16. YUM! I love pineapple... this looks delish and so pretty! :)

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  17. These would look perfect on the Easter table! The new blog design is fabulous!

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  18. Very pretty! I don't like pineapple except on ham. How weird is that??

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  19. They are beautiful, Val! I can imagine how good they smell and taste. Great clicks!

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  20. i love the use of pineapple, i am not a big fan of tomatoes but i love caprese because of the mozzarella so i will substitute the tomatoes with pineapples thanks for the recipe

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  21. The blog looks great, simple and pretty. I bet these skewers smell delicious!

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  22. LOVE the new blog design. :) These little appetizers are so pretty---and I love the combo..anything with cheese. :)

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  23. yum.... these look amazing! they are making me hungry!

    {love jenny xoxo}

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  24. No WAY! This is beyond brilliant, Val. I can see myself skewering on some roasted red peppers, too. Perfect for summer!

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  25. Hi Val, Loving the look of this recipe!

    On another note just letting you know I just nominated you for a Liebster Blog Award :)

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  26. a nice tasty treat. happy easter to you!

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  27. Your photography is so brilliant!! Wish I could take pictures like you. This looks amazing, it's making my mouth water :)

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  28. These are very eye-catching! Perfect little snacks for guests! Loving the new look of your blog too :)

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  29. what a combination! I would have never combined these before. And i love making skewers - so much fun to eat! Hope you're having a great weekend :)

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  30. love the blog makeover, and love these gorgeous skewers!

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  31. That looks so good and I love pineapple! So glad I came across your blog. I'm in So Cal too. :)

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  32. That looks so delicious!!! Makes me want to have a summer picnic!

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  33. Okay, now we're gettin' fancy! This is so pretty and so creative, Val. Gorgeous photos!

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  34. Your blog looks great Val, and so do those skewers! You are so creative, I love the presentation and I'm sure they're delicious too!

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  35. these are just stunning... and i never would've tried those two together ;) loving the new look on the blog, too!

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  36. I've been so dang busy! These looks great! What a clever idea to skewer them on to the herb stalk itself? I love it. Happy week and looking forward to more. Love,

    Shauna xo

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  37. rosemary skewers- that is so creative and genius and I can smell the aroma now!

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  38. I can't believe that I've never even thought of Rosemary Skewers (or seen them around). Amazing idea! Amazing, amazing. This looks so yum.

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  39. stumbled upon your blog & love it! ill be keeping up daily :)

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  40. OMG! I am in love with these! Brilliant!!!...and gorgeous!

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  41. oh girl, this looks incredible!

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