A few years ago I found this recipe from Sacred Heart Medical Center's magazine "Heart Insight". Warm, comforting, aromatic,and healthy - What could be better? This is a family favorite. My grown children now make it (and) request it. In fact, I am adding this because I'm in the process of making it for my son's chosen birthday dinner.
I have been on a quest for good, healthy brownies but always find something wrong: too dry, don't rise enough, too cake-like, etc. - Just not the perfect brownie. Through trial and error, tweaking and substituting, I have finally invented, what I believe to be, the perfect brownie. I'm diabetic and these I can eat.
With fall here, the soup starts to simmer in the kitchen. One of my favorites is from my mother. This Beef Barley Vegetable Soup is meaty with big chunks of vegetables and the broth is to die for. I usually cut my carrots and celery into 1/2" or a bit larger chunks. I also keep the onion cut on the larger side instead of chopping finely. It's easy to make, tasty to eat, and warms the body. Serve with a nice crusty bread.
This recipes come from "Public Health - Seattle & King County". At only 4.2 grams fat per slice, you won't believe how good it tastes. This is not your usual heavy cheesecake; its light and fluffy. I serve it with mandarin oranges on top. YUMMY!
This recipe was given to me a few years ago. It is absolutely mouth watering. The fontina cheese is a must, though a little more expensive. I wouldn't recommend trying to make these without it. Light cream cheese and sour cream can be used in place of regular. Enjoy.
Actually, this is my husband's specialty and excellent comfort food. Whenever the kids hear "Dad's stroganoff" they invite themselves over :o) This serves eight healthy portions but be sure to use "whole" button mushrooms as they really soak up the flavor.
I found this recipe in the local newspaper and it is to die for. It's one of my husband's most requested dishes. The woman who came up with it, Lorie Roach, won first place in a contest by making it. We completely understand why.
Over time I have tweeked this recipe again and again and now I'm done - I think. This is a quick chili and mild in spice as I use all mild ingredients. It can easily be made hotter for those who prefer some fire. I do this in a crockpot; it can easily be converted to the stove.
We used to go to a restaurant that had the best Chicken Nachos so I came up with my own version. Whenever I make them I cover the coffee table and we gather around and eat there, out of the pan, with bowls of various dipping items. This is a meal for our family. One of my kid's favorites.
If you like a strong teriyaki flavor, this is the one. When the word gets out that I'm making Teriyaki Steak, my whole family seems to show up so we have our times when it's a hush-hush thing. Oh, and kids "love" it.
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