• Recipes,  Soup & Salad

    Garden Couscous

    Couscous is a North African dish made from tiny steamed balls of semolina flour, so it’s actually pasta-teeny, tiny little pieces of pasta! It cooks in the blink of any eye, so it’s really perfect for quick and easy dishes. This one is my favorite. Not one of my recipes, but taken from Just A Pinch Recipe Site-one of my favorite sites for great recipes that are tried & true. Click HERE for the recipe from Karie Houghton on JAP, and I also have it below. Please follow and like us:

  • Recipes,  Side Dish

    Scalloped Squash

    I can’t tell you where this recipe came from because it’s not a recipe at all. What I mean is that my mom used to, what she called, scallop dishes. Growing up, that meant adding eggs and crackers to stuff, that’s all I ever knew. This is somewhat like that. I had some squash a friend gave me who has a garden, and I had some carrots, and I wanted to “scallop” it. Sounds even weirder when you say it out loud. This is a recipe for that, in case you’re interested in scalloping too, and I don’t mean shellfish, even though I do love scallops. Gee, wonder what scalloped…

  • Dinner,  Recipes

    Quick & Easy Chicken Stir-Fry

    This is my easiest low-carb/keto recipe yet. It’s also very adaptable to what you have on hand. Last night I had some frozen broccoli,cauliflower,carrot in a steamer bag. I had a bag of frozen riced cauliflower that I got at Aldi for 1.79 a bag. I also had 3 chicken breasts, boneless and skinless. I steamed the veggies in the microwave, stir-fried the chicken, cut into small strips, then added the riced cauliflower and then the veggies. I added soy sauce and voila! Print Quick & Easy Chicken Stir-Fry Used with frozen riced cauliflower for a low-carb/keto version Servings 6 Ingredients 3 tbsp olive oil plus 2 tbsp 1 1/2…

  • Recipes,  Soup & Salad

    German Cabbage Soup for the Soul

    By Paula Todora When we lived in Maple Valley, WA we visited a wonderful and authentic German Restaurant often. The Cabbage soup was our favorite. I asked the cook several times what her secret was (a German lady, of course). She would never devulge her secret, of course. I would go home and attempt to get the flavors just right, with no success. Then one day, she told me the secret was in the pork broth. That’s when I changed my recipe up, and here it is-tastes similar to hers without actually having her family recipe. We love it! Print Low Carb Lasagna with Green Beans Servings 12 Ingredients 2 Tbsp…

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