Easy Beef & Poblano Chili is a perfect dinner for the Southwest food lover in your life. I like it with crushed Frito’s on top.
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Fall is a great time for squash and the price is right. The health benefactors are great, too. Compare spaghetti squash at 42 calories per cup to pasta at 182 calories per cup. It’s also got vitamin A, C, calcium and iron. Not only is my recipe for spaghetti squash delicious, it’s healthy, too.
I had always seen these fancy hams on all the cooking shows I watched and never thought I could make one. Boy, was I wrong! This is the best glazed ham recipe and it was so easy it was almost comical. The taste was unbelievable and the presentation when I brought it to the table made […]
No one really feels like cooking after Thanksgiving but you always have so much turkey to get eaten up. My Leftover Thanksgiving Turkey Pot Pie takes about 15 minutes to throw together and it’s so good. I love it and make it every year.
My recipe for Easy Chili Mac is done right on your stove top. One of those one pot wonders. Sometimes it seems the more simple my recipes are the more my family likes them.
I adore pasta and all the fixings but my waistline and cholesterol aren’t loving it so much anymore. This recipe for spaghetti squash is healthy yet so very tasty. You would never realize you aren’t eating pasta. Hey, what they don’t know won’t hurt them, right?
Hot diggity dog! A healthy low-fat meal that is absolutely delicious. Trying to get my husband to try Mediterranean Vegetarian Recipes is like pulling teeth. But, I knew once he tried it he’d like it. Two bowls later I’m guessing he liked it.
Fall is a great time for squash and who doesn’t like cheesy grits, right? So why not combine the two? This easy cheesy butternut squash ‘n’ grits recipe is really more of a comfort food for a cool night or great for a Meatless Monday.
Hot diggity dog! A healthy low-fat meal that is absolutely delicious. Trying to get my husband to eat a Mediterranean Vegetarian Recipe is like pulling teeth. But, I knew once he tried it he’d like it. Two bowls later I’m guessing he liked it.
Absolutely the best spaghetti sauce recipe I have made yet using my vine ripened plum tomatoes. So fresh and delicious. Don’t worry if you don’t have fresh plum tomatoes, you can use any canned tomato sauce.