Low Carb Almond Cookies

Recently, I tripped across this gorgeous food photo over at Food Foto Gallery and was quite enamored with the simplicity of the recipe that could easily be made low carb. Almond Cookies for Passover are probably not officially Passover approved with my modification of the low carb sugar substitute; however, one could easily just use […]

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Low Carb Double Chocolate Chip Walnut Cookies

These cookies are crazy good and perfect on a low carb diet. Great for diabetics or anyone not wanting to overindulge in processed carbs. Honestly, I’ve been making these for months and only recently realized that I never put them on the blog. Today, that changes. PrintLow Carb Double Chocolate Chip Walnut Cookies Ingredients1-1/2 cups […]

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Baked Colcannon (Mashed Potatoes & Kale)

The St. Patrick’s Day theme continues with my delectable version of Irish Colcannon. Colcannon is traditionally made with mashed potatoes and cabbage but I decided to try curly kale which turned out fabulous. Being a diabetic, I usually eat pretty low carb and I rarely eat potatoes so I’m always looking for a reason to […]

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Whole Wheat Roasted Banana Bread

Happy National Banana Bread Day! As much as I love banana bread, I really don’t make it that often. Bananas are high in carbs and it’s a pretty ubiquitous snack that can be found on almost any street corner. However, I tripped across this recipe with whole roasted bananas and I just had to give […]

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Caprese Salad with Kumato and Basil Vinaigrette

When I was walking through the produce section, this morning, I saw these brown tomatoes called Kumato. Honestly, I’d never heard of brown tomatoes before or Kumato’s so I just had to buy some to see what all the fuss was about. The package said simply unique BROWN tomato so I had no idea what […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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The Vegan Experiment goes Vegetarian

Back in November 2012, I decided to try a vegan experiment. You can click through the previous link and read all the details but, in a nutshell, after bariatric surgery and the remission of my Type II Diabetes, I decided to go back to veganism to see if my body could tolerate the whole grain […]

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Black Bean Lasagna

Recently, I was watching reruns of Trisha’s Southern Kitchen on the Food Network and imagine my surprise when I saw her making a vegetarian dish. My ears perked up and I started taking notes. Trisha’s Black Bean Lasagna looked amazing and I just knew that I had to make this pronto (and put my vegan […]

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Orange Applesauce Date Nut Cake

Today, I wanted to share another vegan dessert that I recently tried and loved. This cake is so moist and sweet that the hubs even liked it, too. In fact, I didn’t even tell him that this could be good for him because it might have tainted his opinion. Honestly, I don’t know if I […]

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Hot Chocolate Cookies with Cayenne

Happy National Creme-Filled Chocolates Day & Happy Valentine’s Day … Valentine’s Day is celebrated in many countries and is usually celebrated on February 14th in the United States. Originally, in honor of St. Valentine in Christian and Roman traditions, it has evolved into a time to celebrate romance and to offer small tokens of affection […]

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Baked Mini Falafel with Yogurt Tahini Sauce

I have been wanting to make falafel’s for years and just haven’t gotten around to it so when I saw this recipe in the Best Recipes & Reviews 2013 by America’s Test Kitchen, I knew it had to be made. I was so surprised at how easy these were to make. Literally, just soak the […]

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Lime Cilantro Hummus

With the Super Bowl coming up, my head has been in the “small bites” game and all I can think about is snack food. Although, I’ve never been much of a cilantro fan, I needed some for a couple of recipes so I reluctantly made my purchase. I’m so glad that I did because the […]

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Monday Muster & Baked Pita Chips

I really enjoy Monday’s and the weekly 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. Very quick, succinct and to the point. That’s what you […]

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Not Egg Salad with Kala Namak (egg flavored salt)

I am so excited to share this recipe with all of you, today. I know that vegan egg salad (or egg salad made with tofu) is not a new idea; however, I recently learned about this amazing salt called Kala Namak that I’m so thrilled about finding. Kala Namak is a black mineral salt that has […]

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Healthier Guacamole

As I mentioned, yesterday, I’m in a “small bites” state of mind. I don’t watch much football but I always watch the super bowl with the hubs. He gets to watch the game, I get to watch the commercials and we both get to have some great food. Since the hubs and I are putting […]

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Pico de Gallo

With the Super Bowl coming up and with the San Francisco 49’ers as NFC champs, I’m in a small bites state of mind. Appetizers, starters, canapes, hors d’oeuvres, antipasto, meze, finger foods … Just can’t get them out of my mind. Therefore, since the hubs and I are starting to put together our super bowl […]

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Moroccan Lentil Stew

Recently, I saw this fabulous slow cooker recipe on The Soulicious Life and knew immediately that I had to make it. The need to try this dish was so overwhelming that I couldn’t be bothered to wait six hours for the slow cooker version so I came up with my own and I’m so glad […]

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Chunky Borscht

Borscht is a soup that’s prepared mainly of beets. Being that I love beets, I’m not certain why I’ve never tried this dish before. Such a humble, unassuming bowl of goodness and I can’t stop eating it. Beet soup has its roots in Russia and other Eastern European communities and was typically served in poorer […]

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