Outstanding Tender Asparagus Every time

Asparagus, wonderful, delicious, nutritious, high in fiber, low in calories, green, white, purple, tender…………oh, yeah, ….not always tender. Our family loves asparagus and we will eat it almost whenever it is available in the grocery store or farmer’s market, provided Continued …

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Hard Baked (not boiled) Eggs

Well here’s something new to me. Hard baked (not boiled) eggs. Baked whole in the oven. A friend asked me if I had tried it, and I hadn’t even heard of it!  Getting right to work I preheated the oven Continued …

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Need softened butter fast?

You’re already to start a recipe and you notice that the butter needs to be room temperature. Arggg! I get caught with cold butter at least once a month, most often when company is here for dinner and the fresh Continued …

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Honey – rethinking this Superfood

Many people think of the medicinal properties of honey as something Grandma used or even an ol’ wives tale, but more and more people are coming to learn that there are many truths to these old remedies and honey is Continued …

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Recipe fail – but gadget I like

Not sure where to start…….could be: “Ever have one of those days?” or “Do you remember this?” Lately, I’ve really been wanting to develop a grrrreat recipe for a cracker/chip. You know, something whole food, gluten free, low glycemic and Continued …

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Is blue corn better for you?

Is blue corn, as in blue tortilla chips and taco shells, better for you?  As it turns out, the answer is “yes”!  And in a really good way for those of us wishing to lose weight (or watching blood sugar) Continued …

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Menu ideas for Slow Carbs

Thankfully, once you understand low carb/low glycemic/slow carb you will see that you do not have to eat like a rabbit, caveman or runway model to lose weight, control your blood sugar and feel good.  With the options below it Continued …

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Lemons, Weight Loss & Blood Sugar

Compelling evidences suggests (and my own personal experience) that starting off a meal with lemon juice can significantly reduce the blood sugar spike caused by your main course meal. Studies show that as little as 4 teaspoons (either taken in Continued …

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