It’s cold and rainy right now in San Francisco and pretty much all of Northern California.
When I get cold, nothing warms up my body and soul like a big bowl of hot soup. Well a little while back we posted another soup blog (Moroccan Chicken Soup) […]
I’ve never made a meatloaf of my own and recently I was in the mood to do one, so I did. Growing up I can’t say I’ve ever had a meatloaf that left me with the desire to eat it again. So I spent a lot of time searching for a recipe that would […]
For the last few weeks, Mack and I have been cooking less on weeknights, and cooking more on weekends. We’ve been making one or two big dinners on Sunday and then eating them throughout the week. This has freed up time in the evenings to exercise, chores, or just relax.
One of our favorites […]
Our friend who used to give us the ice chest load full of vegetables every Monday has moved. He stopped giving us the vegetables a few months back because he stopped doing his farmers market booth. So in preparation for moving, his wife, who is an excellent chef, decided to part with her stack of […]
Here in San Francisco, we get a lot of cold, rainy days. So consequently, I end up eating a lot of soup. Sometime last month I started searching for a healthy- but hearty and easy soup to make for dinner one night after work. I found this recipe from Martha Stewart for a chicken sausage, […]
I grew up on macaroni and cheese. As a kid I probably ate it once a week or more. Typically it was the cheapest cardboard box of macaroni and cheese we could find with the powder packet of orange cheese-like product. And as unappealing as that sounds right now, it was heavenly when I ate […]
I found this recipe for chicken and cheese enchiladas a few years ago in a Rachael Ray Magazine. These enchiladas are awesome. They are cheesy, smoky, rich and delicious. I’m still not sure how Rachael Ray is able to make everything in 25 minutes… I have never been able to complete this dish […]
I am not a gluten free eater, nor am I an egg free eater. What I have realized though in trying to lower my cholesterol intake is that there aren’t many things I eat that requires egg yolks to be in them. Some things call for eggs and I can always do the 2 egg […]
Chana masala is an Indian dish made with garbanzo beans, tomatoes, onion, and spices. This is the first Indian dish I’ve ever made, and it is also one of the easiest and most delicious dishes ever.
I have loved Indian food for a while, but I have been hesitant to cook it because frankly, I […]
I have cholesterol issues, which I’ve been dealing with by eating very little meat in my daily diet. Typically if I eat meat at all it’s at dinner and usually within the range of 150mg of Cholesterol or less. For portion consideration a 4 oz boneless skinless chicken breast consists of about 80mg of Cholesterol.
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