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Recipes I've Shared:
Kill the Chill of a cold winter morning with this Ready-when-you-wake-up breakfast.
My recipe is modified from Cooking Light magazine to make it a little lighter and less fat.
This is a traditional New Year's day meal in South Carolina where it originated and was first published in "The Carolina Housewife" in 1847. The name is attributed to many legends, but most popular is to the crippled street vendor that sold the meal on the streets of Charleston, SC. His nickname - Hoppin' John.
Great for left over hambone with scraps of ham!
Thanks Mrs. Greenwood! I lightened it up a bit, but it is still good!
A great fall treat!
Fall Casseroles are scrumptious and can be light as well!
A great fall night treat!
I used Rotini noodles for this dish, but fettucini or any pasta can be used. Rotini is my daughter's favorite and since she's seven... she wins!
Great for my Meatless Monday's
This rendition is modified from Cooking Light's "Fresh Food Fast" cookbook.
Add some hot sauce once it's in the bowl and stir !
The original adaptation of this recipe comes from one of my favorite cook books by Cooking Light - Fresh Food Fast - weekend nights. It is light but drink plenty of water - the sodium is high.
On a mission trip to Jamaica, I learned this recipe from sticking my head in and asking the cook questions about what she was cooking. I was graciously welcomed into her kitchen and given a seat to listen and watch.
Note- this is an all day stew to make the house smell wonderful.
This is a family recipe that always reminds me of my summers at my grandmother's. It is wonderful served as a sauce for hot dogs, chicken, roast, baked potatoes.... You decide! Enjoy
This is a version of Angry Clams I learned from Crossaints Bistro chef Brad. These shrimp are more "disgruntled" than angry, but that's ok. My wife and daughter like them this way.
A simple salad I learned on with my personal cooking lesson with Chef Brad!
A southern tradition in a healthy manner.
My mother prepared this a couple of times a month as I was growing up. My brother and I would pull the onions out and dad would always claim "dibs" on them. It was made with ground beef, but here, I've lightened it up with Lean Turkey.
This is a "clean the pantry" recipe! It takes no time to prepare!
This is a variation of a recipe from Cooking Light
This adaptation from Cooking Light is low calorie, low fat, and low cholesterol. It is high on taste and filling.
This tangy, sweet and crunchy salad/snack is great for a side or for a fix on those afternoon munchies!!
A low calorie flavorful meal. Serve with a side of roasted brocolli.
The original recipe comes from Cooking Light magazine. I have made a few changes to lighten up even further.
This recipe comes from Cooking Light magazine. It is so good!!
A dish that's low calorie AND a comfort food for those cold winter days.
Great soup for cold dreary winter days! Best to let sit on the stove on low all day. Fills the house with the best aroma.
This is my version of Subway's Western Omelette sandwich
This is a favorite for our Sunday School Christmas party and one of my family's faves.
This chili has Southwestern undertones with the corn and black beans. It's great served with White Corn Tortilla salsa chips, or over a corn muffin.
My grandmother prepared this beverage when I would visit her in Pennsylvania years ago. One of my many wonderful memories of those days is sitting and sipping Nana's tea with a slice of her fresh baked bread that had been perfectly toasted and buttered.
Recipes I've Rated:
- chocolate layer pudding pie
- Pumpkin Cup Cakes (serv = 1 cupcake)
- Broiled Tilapia Parmesan
- West African Chicken Stew
- Roasted Brussel Sprouts
- garlic asparagus and zucchini with basil
- black bean and veggie burgers
- Roasted Kale Chips
- Foil Cabbage- Potato Packet
- Roasted Broccoli
- Chickpea Curry
- White Bean & Ground Turkey Chipotle Chili
- Chili Popcorn
- Creamy Ham Casserole
Recipe Collections I've Shared:
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I love to cook, and try new recipes. I also collect cookbooks, so this is my Electronic version!