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Category Archives: Healthy Recipes
I discovered Pam’s blog, For the Love of Cooking, on Pinterest earlier today; specifically, I happened on a pin of her “Cilantro and Lime Crab Salad in Avocado Halves” recipe that she adapted from Epicurious. I plan to make it … Continue reading
This, of course, is one of Sam I Am’s favorite dishes, so naturally I love it. There are myriad versions of green eggs and ham; Hayley’s and Bill’s of The Food Lovers Primal Palate adaptation is my favorite of late. … Continue reading
My wife, who is working in earnest to have 1,456,765 pins on Pinterest by the end of this year, recently posted this recipe. These burgers are delicious, dramatic, and more colorful than Elton John. I recommend them. For the recipe, visit … Continue reading
I recently started reading the That Pain in the Ass Vegan blog site. Jennifer Molica, the site’s author, is brilliantly acerbic. I have not yet decided which I am going to like more about her blog, her eminently capable writing, … Continue reading
One of the better food blogs I have read of late is The Picky Eater. Her recipes are healthy and enticing, her site is nicely presented, and her photography leaves you hungry—basically she is cool like a top hat on … Continue reading
photo by Chiquita Banana My wife, who thinks Pinterest is right up there with Christmas, the Easter Bunny, and Keanu Reeves, pinned this great recipe a couple of hours ago from ChiquitaBananas.com.
“M” over at Nom Nom Paleo posted the recipe to this awesome dish made with Squidward Tentacles’ family members; I highly recommend it. Click here for the recipe.
I came up with this recipe about six months ago, on about the third day of one of my daughter’s beloved vegetable eating lacunae. Look for locally grown, organic zucchini; and opt for mid-range olive oil.