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    Have your recycling bin handy and know that the only "work" involved in this recipe is in the opening of cans (after your ground meat has fried). Chilli from a can? Yes, I know, it doesn't sound the greatest but I guarantee you it is, you'll see . . . giver her a try!

    Recipe #472423

    I found these magical little beans . . . black beans in garlic sauce at a local Asian market. They are so good, they can turn any meal into an exotic affair. Check it out with my Cuban beef, chicken and Jamaican shrimp recipes. You'll love it! They are equally delectable! Enjoy!

    Recipe #472376

    This recipe is the perfect island balance between sweet and salty, succulent and spicy. You'll want to make it again and again so give it a try and find out what you've been missing!

    Recipe #472374

    Whether it originates in Germany, Russia or the Ukraine, borsch is borszcz is borscht! It's hearty and heart healthy beet soup (or stew if you prefer). I prefer to make it as a stew as it then sticks to the bones as one might say here in the below zero tundra. Borscht can be made with of without meat and with or without the rice wine vinegar and tomatoes/paste. How much or little one adds of these ingredients can alter its taste significantly. Necessary however are the beets, potatoes, celery, carrot and cabbage. This recipe works best served hot with a dollop of fat-free yogurt and a little extra parsley on top along with some oyster crackers. Make a lot, you'll want to have more than one bowl.

    Recipe #472332

    At lunchtime today I was taking out my ingredients for a stir fry that I was intending to make tonight when creativity struck and I came up with this wonderful salad. It all began with my carrot curler that just arrived in the mail today moments earlier. I'm beginning to appreciate how really good cooking is also a really good work of art. Enjoy!

    Recipe #472215

    Once you go healthy you never go back. Every chance I get (which is always) I add nutrition to "traditional" foods that everyone eats thereby personalizing them and making it that much better for you. As you may have noticed by checking out my other recipes, I virtually add garlic, spinach and carrots to most every dish. And, what's most fascinating is that each one of them tastes scrumptiously distinctively different! Once you try my new twist to 'plain old' tacos, you'll never go back. Enjoy!

    Recipe #472044

    Living in a cold climate can be tough. But, when you have a variety of hearty soups and stews and sauces, you can feel easily comforted by their scrumptious tastes and satiating qualities and almost, just almost forget where you live. This recipe does just that. It's absolutely delicious! Enjoy!

    Recipe #471892

    Food should never be boring. Don't be afraid to try spices you wouldn't normally use in a dinner dish. And remember, a pinch of this and a pinch of that can go a long way as you will taste here. Enjoy!

    Recipe #471826

    Fast food perfected! And, it's much better for you too! Trust me, this recipe's a keeper!

    Recipe #471620

    This dish is a perfect blend of ingredients and spices to satisfy even the most discriminating of pallets. It is truly satisfying, most assuredly savory! Enjoy!

    Recipe #471480

    We eat very little meat. And, because I buy only thinly sliced pork chops it's important to keep the meat moist so it does not toughen up when cooking. To accomplish this, I tenderize the heck out of it and marinade it overnight in oyster sauce (I love that stuff). I also love pairing pork with fruit and nuts while cooking. It blends well naturally as you will see.

    Recipe #471041

    These are very easy and quick to make. They can be whipped up for a fast lunch or served as an appetizer to the main course. They are light and yet satiating--and could very easily fall into the category of a comfort food. Serve on toast, buns, biscuits, crackers, flat bread or pitas. Enjoy!

    Recipe #471038

    We make our own pizzas once a week and LOVE them! Sometimes we'll buy a plain frozen cheese pizza (Orv's is my favorite), other times we'll roll our own dough (usually Chef Boyardee or the generic version). In either case we pile on the spices and vegetables and sinfully indulge. They are a true delicacy in our minds' eyes. Our taste buds thank us with every bite!

    Recipe #471037

    The wonderful thing about soup is that you can throw virtually anything in it and it will turn out good. Keeping true to my rainbow motto, I added whatever we had on hand and sprinkled in a few spices I wouldn't normally use and was pleasantly surprised.

    Recipe #471034

    These are so good we could eat them like candy. They take a little work but are so worth it!

    Recipe #471028

    Simple and Scrumptious.

    Recipe #471026

    Remember my motto: If you've got it, sneak it in! Try to eat a rainbow each and every day for even the small trace amounts can do us all a world of good. This recipe is the epitome of that logic. Trust it and as always, Enjoy!

    Recipe #471015

    Whenever feasible I combine proteins to make a meal more nutritionally sound. Beans almost always do the job and make for a heartier dish. This is delicioso!

    Recipe #470943

    Who doesn't love cashews? These lovely nuts are like no other. Their flavor is delicate and lost if cooked however. Be sure to add the cashews to this dish with all heat off at the very end when ready to serve. Simply scrumptious! Enjoy!

    Recipe #470941

    I read once by a Dr. Rocine that one should strive to eat a "rainbow" of food each day thus eliminate the need for vitamin supplements. That was over 25 years ago. It makes sense. I try to stick to it with each and every meal--sneaking in color even if only in trace amounts. My family is healthier as a result and no less for the wear. Enjoy this nutritiously delicious Meal!

    Recipe #470931

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