The 60/20/20 Weight Loss Plan. Diets are hard, and there are a million of them out there. Some work for some people, but not others. I tend to stick to the American Diabetes Association’s recommendations, with some tweaking. That’s what … Continue reading What Should I Eat?
In the mood for Irish food? Here’s my healthier take on the Irish pub favorite, Dublin Coddle. It’s definitely different than your typical American fare. The flavors are very Irish—think bacon, sausage, and thyme. Oh, and black pepper. Lots and … Continue reading Irish Turkey Dublin Coddle
Keeping to the classics but cutting down the calories. My sister suggested that I put a classic holiday dish up on my blog before Thanksgiving, and since I did Aunt Dorothy’s Holiday Sweet Potatoes last year, she mentioned that I … Continue reading Healthier Green Bean Casserole
In an effort to make a healthier Green Bean Casserole, I decided to remake the classic Cream of Mushroom Soup. I was a little nervous about it because, while I love mushrooms, I’m not a big Cream of Mushroom Soup … Continue reading Light and Earthy Cream of Mushroom Soup
Think garlic, lemon, roasted vegetables, and autumn. Add some perfectly pink shrimp and you’ve got yourself an easy, healthy dish to make. I could literally write this recipe as, “Throw the first half of the ingredients in a dutch, roast … Continue reading Roasted Garlic Shrimp
Here’s a volumized dish perfect for this lovely fall weather. Apples, peppers, sage, sausage, green beans, all purchased fresh from a farm stand (or a decent produce-supplying grocery store), and glazed in a brown sugar and wheat beer concoction. The … Continue reading Blue Moon Glazed Sausage and Apples