Shrimp Salad with Lime Dressing

I made this salad tonight from my July issue of Better Homes and Gardens and it was superb. Really. Light, flavorful, creamy and crisp. Perfect for a hot weather meal. It whips up in a snap and is filling to boot. Enjoy! Ingredients: 1 pound- uncooked shrimp with or without the tail (next time I … Continue reading

Cauliflower Tabbouli

I found this recipe from Dr. Hyman’s recipe site when I made the Rosemary Almond Flour Crackers and mad oh man the two together are delicious! Easy and healthy. Boom! Enjoy! Ingredients: 1 head- cauliflower, cleaned and pulsed in a food processor 1/2 cucumber – peeled and diced 8- cherry tomatoes, washed and cut into quarters … Continue reading

Shrimp and Sausage Stew

O.k… it’s supposed to get cold here this week (high 60’s is cold here…lol) and I planned to make this on one of those days, but I changed around my weekly menu a bit and made this ‘cold day meal’ on a warm day – today! Uh oh. It’s a “bowl-style” meal so we ate … Continue reading

Protein Pasta

I grew up eating something we called “Spaghetti I-oy.” (Eye-Oy.) That’s how we pronounced it. I had no idea what that meant but I knew I loved it. It was a pasta dish my Italian step father and his family made every Sunday. When I got older I realized the dish was really called Spaghetti … Continue reading

Cheesy Broccoli Bites

Light, crunchy and healthy for you, but a bit bland. Great for a healthy snack idea, appetizer or for a side dish to dinner. Add other seasonings that you may like and/or add hot sauce. Easy peezy! Ingredients: 1 large head- broccoli 3- eggs 1 cup- Italian seasoned bread crumbs, (I was out and used Panko … Continue reading

Dukkah Encrusted Brussel Sprouts

I love brussel sprouts and usually fry them in a blend of three oils with sesame seeds, like I did here, but today I roasted them in the oven. They turned out really great and were much less oily too. I added Dukkah seasoning, which was recommended in my Nom Nom Paleo: Food for Humans … Continue reading