Tag Archives: vegetables

14 ways with squash

14 ways with squash

You know what’s even sadder than the end of summer?  The huge piles of veggies from the garden going uneaten!  If you have ever grown vegetables or fruit at some point, you know what I’m talking about.  You’ve just about had your fill of corn, squash, strawberries, you name it.  I love, or loved squash… Continue Reading

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a sensual experience

I love food.  And I also love summer.  So, naturally, I love summer foods.  How many of you have had the pleasurable experience of eating something so delicious, so bursting with flavor that you ate it with your eyes closed and savored each and every morsel?  Today I did that.  I’m sure I’ve done it many times… Continue Reading

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A food challenge…and maybe a Super Bowl treat?

A food challenge…and maybe a Super Bowl treat?

Who doesn’t like Rachel Ray? She’s fun, she’s cute and she talks about something we all love; food! I get her magazine and this week I tried out one of her “One Grocery Bag-3 Great Meals” challenge. I called it a challenge because I didn’t believe it could really work, but it did and each… Continue Reading

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Day 325 – Brussels and bacon

Aren’t these little green guys adorable? I’m sure they will be even better when dressed with a little bacon. Today I’m trying a Rachel Ray recipe: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/rachael-ray/brussels-sprouts-with-bacon-recipe/index.html It’s perfect for Thanksgiving and these “baby cabbage” looking things pack in some amazing health properties such as cancer reducing components and a high dose of much needed… Continue Reading

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Day 320 – Healthy Thanksgiving

Creating a healthy Thanksgiving dinner can be easy to do. Wouldn’t you like to enjoy your family, that football game you’ve been anticipating, or pull out the Christmas decorations (as we do in my house) without feeling like you have magnets in your pants, keeping you glued to the couch after the loads of food… Continue Reading

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