Joy Farm Cookbook
119 Recipes Created by CAPETERSON
After years of living as if we had no bodies, both Dear Husband and I are committed to practicing what we preach about healing. This cookbook contains recipes to help us in this effort. As we live a life of healing and wholeness our joy increases. In gratitude for all these blessings!
Recipes in this Collection
This is quick and easy burrito I make often, specially if I have to eat on the go. I happen to use a few strips of last night left over pork tenderloin but you can use just about any meat you like. I added an egg, because it was breakfast, but it also makes a great snack (no eggs will take off 70 calories)Submitted by LADYYAZZA
This very thick, rich soup is made to celebrate special occasions, such as New Year's eve and special family events. This recipe was adapted from the Smithsonian Institution's, 1995 Festival of American Folklife Cookbook. Recipes for the book were contributed by American Cape Verdeans who are active in preserving their cultural heritage. The Cape Verde Islands are located about 300 miles west of Senegal. Many Cape Verdeans migrated to the New England area.
Submitted by MZMARGO
The meat does not need to be seared in skillet first to make this fall-apart tender, pulled BBQ beef for sandwiches. This recipe has so much flavor no one will notice the Worcestshire sauce & the salt were deleted to reduce sodium (you may also use low-sodium catsup and BBQ to reduce sodium further). Using molasses instead of brown sugar and Worcestshire gives a depth of flavor and authenticity, while reducing sugar & sodium. It is great to take to picnics, buffets, or tailgating. Freezes well. Submitted by CAROL_
This recipe is part of "The SparkPeople Cookbook." Order your copy today! This salad is even better the longer it sits in the fridge, so we love to make a big batch of it and eat it throughout the week.
Submitted by CHEF_MEG
Instead of a whole pie, try making bite-size tarts. The diminutive desserts cook quicker and are automatically portion controlled. Plus, they're easier to make for a crowd, and there's no need for a fork and plate.
Submitted by CHEF_MEG