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An autumn twist on a traditional comfort food.
My version of a healthy waldorf chicken salad.
More nutrition per bite!
Nice, hot New England comfort food and great to make if you need to stretch a pound of fish into a meal.
My local pizza place makes an awesome Greek Salad! This is as close as I can estimate, and it probably should feed two.
Spicy soup with a mix of whatever is left in the vegetable bin of your refrigerator!
Don't throw out the turkey bones! Use them to make a delicious, nutritious, and versatile turkey broth.
A tasty twist on an easy classic - great for low-carb diets!
Low Carb and delicious
Quick, easy, low carb, and delicious!
Use whatever veggies you have in your refrigerator. This is what I had when I needed to throw a salad together for a potluck, and it was a hit!
This is the way I like to make my tuna salad.
Something to do with those yummy home grown tomatoes!
Something different to do with a whole chicken
A quick and simple steaming for an amazingly delicious brussels sprouts dish!
Easy and delicious way to cook that early Spring asparagus! Yummy!
Just like at my local diner!
Something different for early asparagus!
Just like at Cracker Barrel, but low carb.
Quick, easy and unusual.
Flavorful and low carb
A recipe to use my wheat berries with what I had in my cabinet.
A new take on an old food.
Decadent and low carb!
Just like the Country Chef Salad at Cracker Barrel, except with 4 oz. of oven roast turkey breast instead of 4 oz. of a combination of turkey, ham & bacon like they serve it.
A simple Grilled Chicken Salad, inspired by the one on the Low-Carb menu at Cracker Barrel
This recipe is based on Dr. Cate Shannahan's Hot pumpkin "cereal" recipe with my own additions
This is a copycat recipe submitted to food.com by user "dayla" on Nov. 12, 2002
A classic dish at Olive Garden Restaurant with Steamed Broccoli replacing the traditional Angel hair pasta so you can go low carb!
Something unusual to do with your cooked wheat berries! (can use sprouted, recipe and nutrition info is for unsprouted)
Mix a quick batch to have on hand for snacks!
Quick and easy way to prepare fresh spinach
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Recipes that I use for the T.R.I.M. weight-loss and health program. (Total Reduction of Inflammatory Metabolism)