After a certain age, you can’t just spend a week eating salads and running an extra mile. No ma’am; those were the glory days.
W.W.I.DNo Comments on W.W.I.D
When I began studying to become a dietitian, I knew I needed to discover a way to shift the savorless plants into something I could really enjoy eating.
Barefoot Contessa6 Comments on Barefoot Contessa
I guess I should be glad he didn’t ask for a Giada De Laurentils cookbook. My cleavage wouldn’t measure up.
Chicken & Arugula Cacio e PepeNo Comments on Chicken & Arugula Cacio e Pepe
Cacio e pepe in Italian means cheese and pepper. This is a pasta dish with few ingredients and is simple to make. I found […]
Funny Story About Pho1 Comment on Funny Story About Pho
Pronounced “fuh”. Fuhnny, huh? The first time I ever had it, I wanted to try the full deal. No Americanizing for me, please. I want […]
Moroccan Chicken, Roasted Curry Cauliflower & Indian Dahl2 Comments on Moroccan Chicken, Roasted Curry Cauliflower & Indian Dahl
Beans, peas and lentils contain phytosterols, isoflaones and saponins that prevent colon, breast and ovarian cancers and prevent cancer cell multiplication.
Back to the Grind!No Comments on Back to the Grind!
I made the “panini” from a Giada de Leurantiis recipe, much to my husband’s delight as is any mention of the name Giada. My Dad says, “Giada is getting too big for her…
Help Me To Help You!2 Comments on Help Me To Help You!
Click on the email link at the bottom of the page and send me an email! What is it that you would like me to […]