Recipes That Will Inspire Your Week 5 Challenge!

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Knock Your Socks Off Veggie Burger

How many of you guys have been filling half your plate with vegetables?  I wanted to share a few recipes that are brilliantly tantalizing and […]

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Garlic & Soy Bok Choy

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Bok choy is rich in folate, vitamins A, C and K.  It’s an excellent source of calcium and fiber. This dark green leafy vegetable is […]

Boursin Stuffed Mushrooms

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mushrooms are extremely low in calories, contain vitamin D and selenium.  These edible fungi are also a good source of riboflavin. Bake these amazing cheese stuffed mushrooms in 8 minutes.

Signs That Show You Need a Sheet Pan Meal…

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steak and veg on sheet pan, seasoned and ready to roast for Steak, acorn squash and brussels sprouts sheet pan meal

Signs That Show You Need a Sheet Pan Meal… When you wake up in the morning and the first thing on your agenda…

Veggie Flapjacks

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Amazingly delicious veggie flapjacks you can't stop eating

I’m always looking for ways to get kids to like vegetables.  Does it always work?  Absolutely not.  Is it important to keep trying? Certainly! Many […]

Shredded Brussels with Balsamic & Honey

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Brussels Sprouts on Stalk for Shredded Brussels with Balsamic & Honey

At some markets when in season, you can find brussels sprouts on the stalk.  I suppose it presents a bit of a storage issue and […]

How to Make a One-Pot Dinner You Won’t Forget…

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Chicken and Mushroom with Sage Casserole

This is a recipe that is a bit sentimental to me.  I haven’t seen or tasted it since the first meal Mike made for me. […]

Coconut, Curry Lentil Soup

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Coconut Curry Lentil Soup

Forgive me for my recent lack of posts.  We’ve been doing a bit of traveling, some crafting, a deal of Christmas shopping, decorating and a […]

Think Outside the Pizza Box

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I love using Naan bread to make homemade pizza.  If you have a picky crowd, you can personalize each round.

A Family Favorite

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I love soup because you throw it all into one pot and serve up a complete meal that everyone loves.

It’s All About the Bowl

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Breakfast bowls, Greek bowls, burrito bowls, Buddha bowls…a side dish, a main dish, a great packed lunch!  I like this new fad!  Here are a few things you can put in your quinoa bowl:

Wishing to be Clever Enough to Come Up with a Name Like Epicurious

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this is a low-calorie, low-fat meal.  I even think we will have room to add a reasonably-portioned dessert!

Gonna Need to Run Extra Miles for This One…

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Despite my early morning anguish, I did it anyway to watch Food Network’s “The Best Thing I Ever Ate”.  One of the featured chefs spoke of these Asian garlic noodles that he had in Los Angeles.  I had to have them!!!

Chicken & Arugula Cacio e Pepe

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  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 Pho

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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 Dahl

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Beans, peas and lentils contain phytosterols, isoflaones and saponins that prevent colon, breast and ovarian cancers and prevent cancer cell multiplication.