ORANGE CREAMSICLE & STRAWBERRY SMOOTHIE - This combines the wonderful worlds of orange creamsicle and strawberries. Simple and delicious!!! Great for breakfast, lunch or even an afternoon snack. VIEW RECIPE
PEACH & BRIE QUESADILLAS WITH LIME-HONEY DIPPING SAUCE - Either as an appetizer for a group or a main dish, everyone will enjoy this recipe. VIEW RECIPE
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LEMON CHICKEN PICCATA WITH CAPER SAUCE - A quick, week night meal. Serve with couscous and steamed asparagus basted with fat free balsamic vinegar dressing. VIEW RECIPE
This is what we get when the rest of the family cooks. Not overly healthy but very yummy!
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ROASTED CAULIFLOWER WITH PASTA & LEMON ZEST - No problem getting your children to eat cauliflower with this recipe. This has been a family favorite since I first made it. The recipe makes a lot but it is excellent reheated. VIEW RECIPE
HOW TO HULL STRAWBERRIES
FROZEN STRAWBERRY & YOGURT BITES - Saw these all over the Internet and thought I’d give them a try. Make sure the strawberries are very flavorful and you let them defrost a bit before serving. Great for either dessert or an after school snack.
HEALTHIER CHEESE DIP - When football season is underway, remember this healthier version of a favorite appetizer. VIEW RECIPE
HOW TO MAKE A GARLIC PASTE - It takes seconds to give your garlic a boost of flavor (and a silky, stealthy texture). Watch this Video and find out why you should care!
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PAN-SEARED SCALLOPS WITH BACON - Just a wonderful seafood dish. Buying “dry” scallops (those without chemical additives) is strongly recommended. They sear better and taste better. If you can only find “wet” scallops, soak them in a solution of 1 quart cold water, 1/4 cup lemon juice, and 2 tablespoons table salt for 30 minutes. If you are unsure if the scallops are wet or dry, conduct this quick test: Place 1 scallop on a paper towel-lined, microwave-safe plate and microwave on high power for 15 seconds. If the scallop is “dry,” it will exude very little water. If it is “wet,” there will be a sizable ring of moisture on the paper towel. (The microwaved scallop can be cooked as is.) VIEW RECIPE