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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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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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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Holiday Inspired Cranberry Pistachio Biscotti

Today, I’m sharing one of my delicious holiday-inspired recipes with Uru and her readers over at Go Bake Yourself while she takes a much deserved seasonal break. I’ve started the post here to whet your appetite but I hope you’ll hop on over to her site to see the recipe and the surprise at the […]

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Candy Cane Sugar Cookies

Happy National Candy Cane Day! Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays … I hope everyone’s enjoying their time with family, friends & food. I know the hubs and I are having a great time enjoying all the holiday fare that we normally don’t have throughout the year. During the holidays, we’re not low carb, vegetarian, vegan, […]

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Claire & Prosecco and Popcorn

I have a great post for you today from Claire at Simply Sweet Justice. Claire is a lawyer by day and a baker by night which fully explains the theme of her site. With October being National Popcorn Month, her post is extremely timely. As with Kim’s guest post from yesterday, I’ve been a little […]

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Kim & Honey Wheat Pretzels

I have a great post for you today from Kim at Treats & Trinkets. Honestly, Kim prepared this post for Pretzel Day, last week, but I was in no condition to review or post because of my surgery and the pain pills. Even though I’m running a little behind, I can’t wait to share this […]

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Simple, Lower Carb Yellow Cake

Oh, the joys of simplicity. Sometimes, all I want is a simple, classic recipe that works. For me, that can be quite the challenge with my nutritional requirements; however, I can be quite the persistent one. After the success of my Life Changing Low Carb Brownies and my Simple, Lower Carb Chocolate Cake, my spirit was renewed and I have […]

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Food Story: Raquel & Soft Pecan Cookies

Happy National Pecan Cookie Day! In celebration of this fabulous food holiday, today, we have a great food story from one of my newest foodie friends … Raquel from Organized Island. Hi everyone! I am Raquel from Organized Island. I am so excited to be here at Food Stories today. Did you know that September […]

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Cherokee Bean Bread

I am so excited to bring this adaptation of an authentic Native American dish to you, today. Being that my paternal family heritage is Cherokee Indian, I thought it might be fun to explore some genuine dishes from Native America. This Cherokee Bean Bread (also known as Tsu-Ya-Ga) was one of the first recipes that […]

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Greek Casserole

September 4 is National Macadamia Nut Day. I so wanted to have a great macadamia recipe for you but it just wasn”t meant to be, I guess. As I mentioned yesterday, I spent a lot of time pouring over recipes to find something that I knew would work out because I only had a small […]

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Low Carb Chocolate Chip Cookies & Nestle Toll House Cookies

For years, we’ve been eating low carb in this household and quite happily, I thought. For the last couple of months, I’ve been baking up a storm for a number of reasons … I really enjoy baking, I would like to give homemade gifts out for the holidays and I want to be able to […]

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Food Story: Eric & Cauliflower Poppers

I am always on the prowl for easy, creative and nutritious ways to eat a diet lower in carbs without sacrificing my penchant for fresh veggies. I recently discovered Slow Carb Diet Experiments and Eric”s fabulous Cauliflower Poppers. I love tater tots and that”s what this recipe reminded me of. I knew this would easily work into […]

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Food Story: Willow & Secret Ingredient Asian Stir-Fry – fool me once, fool me rice…

Willow is the June winner of the Food Stories Award for Excellence in Storytelling. She’s been blogging for just a year now, and considers herself an adventurer in the land of food – join her at her blog, www.willcookforfriends.com I’m not entirely sure how I came to earn this award, but I am certainly honored. […]

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Zucchini Tomato Casserole

Happy National Zucchini Day & National Frozen Custard Day! What a great day, huh! I love, love, love zucchini. It is so versatile and naturally low in carbs which is great for people like me. Unfortunately, I don’t have a recipe for you today. I wish I did because this casserole was amazing. Let me […]

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Simple, Lower Carb Chocolate Cake

Oh, the joys of simplicity. Sometimes, all I want is a simple, classic recipe that works. For me, that can be quite the challenge with my nutritional requirements; however, I can be quite the tenacious one. After the success of my Life Changing Low Carb Brownies, my spirit was renewed and I am now on […]

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Easy Low Carb Bean Dip

This is one of my favorite recipes that I’ve been making for years. It’s so easy and has such few ingredients that I hesitate to even call it a recipe. I located this recipe in the low carb section at about.com years ago. Although, I sometimes modify the seasonings, I usually just make it “as […]

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Crab Imperial for Two

According to The New Food Lover’s Companion, 3rd edition, Crab Imperial is a classic American dish of crabmeat combined with mayonnaise or a sherried white sauce, spooned into blue-crab or scallop shells, sprinkled with Parmesan cheese or breadcrumbs and baked until golden brown. According to me, it’s a fast, tasty, amazing dish that just fits […]

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Veggie Fries

Today is National Pecan Pie Day; however, I was unsuccessful at low carbing the dish :-(   This is unfortunate because pecan pie is probably my husband’s most favorite dessert of all time. I have never attempted to de-carb the holy grail of Thanksgiving treats and now I know why … it’s so hard. You […]

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