Whole Wheat Apple Raisin Bread

My husband loves raisin bread and I love to bake so with November being National Raisin Bread Month, I knew that I just had to make some. Unfortunately, 2013 has been a tumultuous year for me and my family with lots of crazy, outrageous moments so I’ve not had as much time to bake as […]

Share on TumblrDigg This Share via email Share

Cooking With Grandma Far-Away

Today”s food story is provided by Deborah Tomasetti Perham of A Lifetime Legacy. Being a personal/family historian, Deb is acutely aware of how food is tied to culture and relationships so she was gracious enough to provide a great food story and recipe from her own personal archives. While attending the Association of Personal Historians […]

Share on TumblrDigg This Share via email Share

Pasta Fagioli (AKA Pasta Fazool)

Today’s food story has been graciously provided by Matt Ioria of Second Generation Chef. Matt is a second year journalism student at the Rochester Institute of Technology and a “second generation chef” following in his father’s ambitious footsteps. Ah Pasta Fagioli, or Pasta “Fazool” as it’s commonly referred to. Pasta Fagioli and I go way […]

Share on TumblrDigg This Share via email Share

Adventures in Artichokes

Today’s food story is from an inspiring foodie, Daniel of Needless Pounds. Daniel is an educator from central AR, sharing adventures from his weight loss journey from 448 to 191 lbs … That’s not a typo, my friend, that’s over 250 lbs & he’s my new hero! As you can imagine, transforming your life takes […]

Share on TumblrDigg This Share via email Share

B Healthier with B12 – Marinade for Beef Shish Kabobs

Today, I have a great guest post for you from Shirley Plant, a nutritionist and author of Finally… Food I Can Eat, a dietary guide and cookbook for people with food allergies, and those looking for healthy, tasty recipes. Shirley offers dietary counselling and menu planning through Delicious Alternatives. Did you know that up to […]

Share on TumblrDigg This Share via email Share

Blueberry Walnut Muffin Bread

July 11 is National Blueberry Muffin day. Even though I love muffins, I just wasn’t in the mood for the portioning out so I decided to make blueberry muffin bread. Much easier and tastes great. Plus, I made blueberry muffins last year ;-) Last year, I used lower carb ingredients but this year I’m using […]

Share on TumblrDigg This Share via email Share

Monday Muster and Oatmeal Cookies

Monday Muster’s are short, sweet and to the point. If you’ve never seen my Monday Muster feature, it’s just like a typical roundup post. In fact, every dictionary and thesaurus has a different word choice for muster but they all are in the same range as assemble, gather, collect, come together, round up, etc. Hence, […]

Share on TumblrDigg This Share via email Share

Monday Muster and Gingersnaps (minus the ginger)

It’s been awhile since I’ve done a proper Monday Muster so I’m happy to get back into a regular blogging schedule. Monday Muster’s are short, sweet and to the point. If you’ve never seen my Monday Muster feature, it’s just like a typical roundup post. In fact, every dictionary and thesaurus has a different word […]

Share on TumblrDigg This Share via email Share

Overcoming Obesity and Spaghetti Squash with Meatballs

For Food Story Friday, this week, we have an inspirational story by Lauren & Justin from Overcoming Obesity about how their relationship with food has changed their lives. Justin has lost 320 lbs and Lauren has lost 170 lbs for a combined total of 480 lbs … What an amazing Food Story!!! Overcoming Obesity: How […]

Share on TumblrDigg This Share via email Share

Effortless Pecan Sandies

Last week was Pecan Sandy Day. I had planned to share these with you at that time; however, life got in the way and I’m running a little late. I suppose I could always wait until the next Pecan Sandy Day but that would be torture for all of us. Since I’m temporarily living in […]

Share on TumblrDigg This Share via email Share

Food Story: Roasted Yellow Split Lentils with Cauliflower (Kopi Diye Moong Dal)

Today’s food story is from Rinku of Cooking in Westchester. Rinku is a financial strategist that loves numbers, spices, kids, flower and her camera. She cooks simply and sustainably from her kitchen in Westchester County, New York. Recently published is Rinku’s The Bengali Five Spice Chronicles … My food story is about simple sustainability and finding childhood […]

Share on TumblrDigg This Share via email Share

Espresso Brownie Cookies

In passing, I have mentioned Giada’s Brownie cookies many times and spoken of my attempts to add some nutritional value to these; however, I now must accept defeat. I have made these cookies too many times to count and have tried every flour and low carb trick I know but to no avail. These cookies […]

Share on TumblrDigg This Share via email Share

Just Die Already: A Funny Kitchen Nightmare

In honor of National Lobster Day, I thought it would be appropriate to share a great lobster food story and a fabulous lobster recipe … A True Tail Working in a professional kitchen, there are times where your ingredients just may turn on you; especially if they are alive. As a chef, one must remain […]

Share on TumblrDigg This Share via email Share

Easy, Nutritious Bean Salad

Looking for a nutritious, easy recipe for the dog days of summer? This is definitely the one as it is chock full of protein, fiber & taste. Although, I used dry beans and soaked them overnight, you could use canned beans and put this dish together in minutes. I found this recipe on the PCRM […]

Share on TumblrDigg This Share via email Share

Applesauce Cake

June 6 is National Applesauce Cake Day so Happy National Applesauce Cake Day … By the way, I’m also celebrating another great occasion. I’m finally out of the hotel and into an apartment with an oven so baking has resumed!!!  Now granted, it’s a teeny tiny apartment that is way smaller than I need but […]

Share on TumblrDigg This Share via email Share

Lighter Carrot Cake

With Easter just around the corner, my mind automatically jumps to spring, re-birth, new beginnings, pastels, chocolate & carrot cake. In our house, carrot cake is a favorite and apparently not something to be messed around with. Let me explain … Hubby and I really enjoy carrot cake but I’ve only made it a few […]

Share on TumblrDigg This Share via email Share

Food Story: Fruit Dip and a Cute Green Dish

Today’s food story is by Pam from Skinny Sweets Daily. Pam is a stay at home mom of two and from the suburbs of Long Island. Married for over 20 years, she has also been a caterer and foodie extraordinaire. Her blog highlights her passion for creating low fat, low calorie dessert/snack recipes and her site byline […]

Share on TumblrDigg This Share via email Share

Vanilla Snack Cake

I prefer baking over cooking, any day of the week, so I’m always on the lookout for fun, fast treats that aren’t too unhealthy. I already have a Simple, Lower Carb Chocolate Cake and a Simple, Lower Carb Yellow Cake but a plain white cake has eluded me for months. I have tried low carb […]

Share on TumblrDigg This Share via email Share

Monday Muster & Oatmeal Cookies

Happy Oatmeal Cookie Day … I really enjoy Monday’s and the Monday Muster feature. Seems I always have so much to share but most of it just doesn’t merit its own blog post. It’s kind of like turning to a friend and sharing your mishaps or thumbs up moments. Short & Sweet … That’s what you usually […]

Share on TumblrDigg This Share via email Share

Blarney Stone Cookies

With St. Patrick’s Day just around the corner, I’ve got green & Irish on the brain. Okay, okay … green is my favorite color so it’s on my brain all year round but Irish is in full swing for me, right now. I just love how significant holidays and cultural events are to our food […]

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Share on TumblrDigg This Share via email Share