Browsing Tag 'vegetables'

spinachpastadish

How many photos am I going to have to shoot to prove that you must try this? I am such a convert to homemade pasta. Ever since trying it for the first time a month ago – I can’t go back! I have turned into such a pasta snob – I won’t eat out at […]

Roasted Brussels Sprouts

I hit it out of the park tonight….with such a simple recipe. One of my life long’s dreams is to get Hubby to appreciate Brussels sprouts. Try as I may, my attempts never registered on his “yum” meter. He basically would eat them out of obligation with maybe a grunt of recognition. No grunts tonight….only […]

kale

New Year. New Day. Clean slate. Right? I’ve been cleaning for days – the tree is down. Presents are put away….and I’m attacking the frig. As Hubby left this morning, I shouted out – “Expect healthy tonight!” not knowing what I was going to make. I knew as soon as I opened the frig and […]

soup2

A week ago, I was grilling out and wearing sandals. Today, I’m making soup and wearing gloves when I walk my dogs. I don’t mind much – such is April in Ohio. It’s a soup day and I had plenty of ingredients for soup. Since joining WeightWatchers a week ago, one thing I have an […]

serving2

It was bound to happen…just a matter of time… Sounds like a Jim Croce song! After several trips, several holidays and many, many blog posts… Hubby and I were sitting at the table, looked each other straight in the eyes… and said…. “It’s time to re-join WeightWatchers!” Come Monday, that’s what we did. It’s time, […]

maters

I have a delightfully simple recipe for you today. It takes tomatoes to a whole new taste level. Slow roasted oven tomatoes. I made them this weekend for my cooking demonstration at Graf Grower’s. I tossed them with cooked spaghetti squash and everyone raved about them! This is a perfect way to preserve the flavor […]

peaches and company

I’m doing my first food demonstration at a local garden center, Graf Growers. Summer salsas are the theme and what better way to celebrate the flavors of the season? There is so much you can do with salsas… So many flavor combinations… So much flexibility… Hundreds of combinations, but for tonight we’ll start with three. […]

brussel sprouts

I have a new pan! Okay, okay – I can already hear you… You call that a new pan? I have my grandmother’s pan…and my great, great grandmother’s pan…. Well so did I and I never appreciated it before. In fact, about three moves ago – I tossed it out. Yes, I was the fool. […]

cabbageround

This is a family recipe. Easy to make and makes a colorful dish to pork chops…in my favorite color – PURPLE! Get yourself a nice little purple head of cabbage. You’ll need 4 cups of chopped cabbage. In a skillet, heat 1 tbsp. vegetable oil; 2 tbsp. vinegar (I use white, red or cider depending […]

Stir Crazy!

I have been really getting into stir frys these days. They are such an easy way to be creative with cooking! Color, texture, flavor… Start with a basic recipe and add your own flair. That’s what I did last night. I started with a basic recipe from the March issue of Cooking Light. The first […]

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