Plan ahead to allow this stew to slow roast for 2 and 1/2 hours. It’s worth it. This is another husband-approved favorite in our family. Don’t tell anyone, but there’s tons of veggies in it, so it’s nutritionist-approved too.
On a chilly Tucson day, and with a little help from Miss Dena, I created a delicious and healthy comfort-food meal.
By popular demand I am sharing this recipe with you. I hope you enjoy it as much as my family and friends do. Take advantage of BPA-free lined canned beans to avoid the common hormone disruptor.
Last week a client mentioned she was trying to make a healthier version of chili. Then this morning a good friend asked for my White Chili Recipe. And last night I made chili in the slow cooker and my husband said, “Yah, this is pretty good!” So all signs point to warm delicious chili! My White […]
My Grandma collected cookbooks and I am a sucker for anything of hers. So when my Mom was cleaning out her cookbooks I took one titled Food from the Frontier. My Grandma had bought this book in 1975 when the book was published because it detailed the types of foods and cooking practices used in […]
Do you have long work days? The slow cooker is a great appliance but food left in the slow cooker too long can get dried out and ends up tasteless. A client questioned whether or not you can use frozen poultry in the slow cooker and leave it for a long, long time. So I […]
I love all types of curry. I have always made them on the stove, but last week I thought, “why not try it in the slow cooker?” It worked like a charm! Curry is a versitile dish that you can easily master and incorporate into your family’s favorites. Mix up the types of vegetables, the toppings […]
Last week, I mentioned that I am running with a friend after work once a week. To overcome the challenges associated with getting home later than usual, we are both making slow cooker meals and then swapping recipes. Lentil soup was a request from my hubby and this recipe is definitely a keeper. Make it […]
Pumpkin and steel cut oatmeal were brought up by two clients yesterday, so I was inspired to finally make the pumpkin oatmeal I have been thinking about. My first client yesterday talked about what to do with a huge pumpkin that she received in her CSA box and other client talked about making steel cut […]
Each week I go through magazines and cookbooks to find recipes for meals and snacks. As a result, I never make the same thing twice. This drives Dan crazy! When I make something really good, I try to keep that random page I tore out of a mag, but it usually ends up in the trash […]