3 large fresh tomatoes
2 large balls Fresh mozzarella
Extra virgin Olive oil
Salt and pepper
1. Slice the tomato quarter inch slices.
2. Slice the mozzarella into quarter inch slices.
3. Layer the mozzarella, tomato, and basil leaves around a large plate, alternating tomato, basil,cheese,tomato until plate is full.
4. Drizzle with oil and vinegar. Salt and pepper to taste.
Drinking water is key to great health, a lot of water. We thought that giving you a few tips on how to boost your water with flavor would be a perfect motivation to stay hydrated in these last days of summer.
To infuse water the steps are simple. Take a fresh fruit or vegetable of your choice, peel it and slice it. Take a few sprigs of a fresh herb that compliments your veggie or fruit (watermelon and mint for example), and gentle crush the herb in your hands. This bruises the leaves which releases the oils. Place the sliced fruit/veggie in a large glass jar and muddle with a wooden spoon to allow the juices to loosen. Add the herbs. Add water, preferably filtered but tap will do. Cover the jar and set in the fridge for two hours. Pour a cold glass and enjoy!
Our favorite combinations
Watermelon + Mint
Blueberries + Lemon + ginger
Cucumber + orange + Rosemary
The Health Source 5th Annual Hula in the City Event was a fabulous night! Here are some pictures from the event honoring our region’s nurses for their exceptional dedication and care. A special congratulations to our winners! Check out our Facebook page for all the photos from this event.
Legacy: Kathy Murray – Chief Nursing Officer at Baptist Medical Center Beaches
Inspiration: Linda Gargone – Registered Nurse at Flagler Hospital St. Augustine
Spirit: Deborah Macalusco-Rust – Charge Nurse at Brooks Rehabilitation Skilled Nursing Unit