It is definitely different but I am happily adjusting to a low glycemic lifestyle ever since starting my new health plan. One thing I am finding is that I can still enjoy many of my favorite style meals just with a little adjustment. While I still think I can partake in my traditional chili recipe, I did… Continue reading
Sometimes you just need simple. And nothing is more simple in my mind than couscous. It cooks up in about 5 minutes. You can add almost anything to it and change it from a fun and friendly side to a main entrée in seconds. Its definitely a staple in my pantry…and probably should go on my emergency shelf.
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Okay…so I am late on my post. Yesterday was a special day for me. Santa came early and delivered a brand new Samsung Chef Collection refrigerator! Have you ever had a new fridge delivered when you already had another one in place? Any sympathy for me? I had two I had to deal with – one in the garage… Continue reading
I happen to love Thai peanut sauce, especially on a barbeque spring roll. So when I saw this peanut-sauced veggies and noodles, I jumped all over it. I pretty much followed the recipe to the letter…and there are definitely some things I would change. Typically, I can say that the recipes I’ve tried out of the Better Homes and Gardens… Continue reading
Sometimes you just need something fast and yummy to serve. What’s nice about most of the meals presented in the Better Homes and Gardens Dinner on a Dollar magazine is that they are fast and easy prep. Even better is always the price. So number 33 caught my eye first by its name – Citrus Chicken and Grilled Corn –… Continue reading
We had a true fall day here in Southern California and what do I decide to do…grill. Nice crisp morning. Mild wind blowing. Dark gray skies and the subtle smell of fires burning. And I decide to grill. Best. Decision. Ever. I am in love with my take on this super yummy ginger-lime chicken sandwich. I did have to make… Continue reading
I’m a sucker for comfort foods, even in the summer. The hearty warm dishes that stick to your bones with yummy goodness. One go to for me is the autumn squashes – butternut squash, acorn squash and of course pumpkin. There are just sometimes that I have a craving for those must have warm and savory flavors. The other… Continue reading