Edamame and Brown Rice Salad

I found this recipe for Edamame and Brown Rice Salad by Joy Bauer a number of months ago and have been wanting to make it ever since but just haven’t had a chance for one reason or another. But to be perfectly honest, I think it was the preparation time. Since this is a cold salad, you need to have… Continue reading »

Honey Teriyaki Salmon

  I love this recipe for Honey Teriyaki Salmon.  It’s so easy to make and so flavorful.  I like to served with Wilted Spinach and Quinoa Salad with Cranberries and Bacon for a perfectly healthy and delicious meal. PrintHoney Teriyaki Salmon Ingredients3 tbsp low-sodium soy sauce 3 tbsp mirin 3 tbsp sake (or white wine) 3 tbsp honey 1 lb fresh wild… Continue reading »

Top 10 Foods for Detoxing

  With a new year and bathing suit season just around the corner, you can’t help but notice the countless articles and advertisements about detoxing and cleansing, from companies selling their powdery shakes and power bars, to “professionals” recommending crazy fasts and liquid cleanses. And believe me, I’ve been tempted to give them a try.  But while there are plenty of detoxing programs out there, the… Continue reading »

Sausage and Egg Breakfast Burrito

My husband looks foward to his “Big Breakfast” every weekend but the family gets tired of the same old bacon and eggs or pancakes and waffles.  But everyone loves taco night, so why not bring a little bit of the fiesta to Sunday breakfast.  These Sausage and Egg Breakfast Burritos are the perfect way to mix it up in the… Continue reading »

101 Random Acts of Kindness

“Ask yourself: Have you been kind today? Make kindness your modus operandi and change your world.” Annie Lennox (1954) Scottish Singer Songwriter, Political Activist And Philanthropist   101 Random Acts of Kindess smile 🙂 call your mother to tell her you love her write a handwritten note knit a beanie or blanket for a homeless person put change in the… Continue reading »

Fried Goat Cheese with Red Pepper Honey

I am a believer of anything fried it good.  But this Fried Goat Cheese with Red Pepper Honey is down right goodness!  The tartness of the cheese with the heat of the honeyand then add the crunch of the panko bread and this is just too good to pass up. PrintFried Goat Cheese with Red Pepper Honey Ingredients16 oz. goat… Continue reading »

Wilted Spinach Quinoa Salad with Cranberries and Bacon

Love this Wilted Spinach Quinoa Salad with Cranberries and Bacon.  I could eat it alone as an entree salad or along side a nice juciy tenderlion or grilled shrimp. Print Wilted Spinach Quinoa Salad with Cranberries and Bacon Recipe type: Salad   Ingredients 1 cup quino (cooked to package directions) 1 package (6 ounces) fresh baby spinach, torn 6-8 slices crispy… Continue reading »

Jalapeno Grilled Cheese

Some times you want to just go to the fridge and pull out something amazing to eat that you can pull together in an instant.  Maybe your sitting on the couch watching a movie and want something fun to snack on or you’ve just come home from a long day and you are famished.  Either way, you can pull this Jalapeno… Continue reading »

Chicken and Rice Soup

I’m feeling a little bit under the weather today and I’ve been thinking about what to make for dinner that would make me feel better and warm my bones.  And I’m sure you can guess what I have what recipe I have decided to make; that’s right ~ Chicken and Rice Soup ~ and maybe a chocolate pie… but we’ll decide on… Continue reading »

BBQ Chicken Pizza

PrintBBQ Chicken Pizza Ingredients1 prepared pizza dough 1 lb. chicken tenders 2 cups bbq sauce ½ cup onion, thinly sliced ½ cup red bell pepper, thinly sliced 1 ½ cups monterey jack cheese, shredded 1 tbsp. vegetable oilInstructionsPreheat oven according to packaged pizza dough directions. In a skillet, heat vegetable oil over medium-high heat. Add chicken tenders; cook about 10… Continue reading »

Lowcountry Shrimp Pilaf

I love it when a recipe calls for white wine or any wine for that matter.  Sometimes I even manage to put it in the recipe!  But in all seriousness, this Lowcountry Shrimp Pilaf recipe is perfect served with a green salad and crusty French bread or toasty warm cornbread for a delicious meal inspired by the cuisine of South… Continue reading »

Steamed Wild Striped Bass with Ginger and Scallions

I love this Steamed Wild Striped Bass with Ginger and Scallions recipe.  It’s so easy to prepare and full of flavor.  I first made this recipe adapted from Food & Wine magazine a year or so ago.  I like to add fresh vegetables such as asparagus and shiitake mushrooms to make this a a one skillet meal.  After over indulging… Continue reading »

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