Tag Archives: low sugar

Freshly Hunted Dove a la Rosemary

This past hunting season, I had the privilege of trying fresh dove for the first time…after a bit of hesitation (haven’t been a huge meat eater these days), I go for it. I love to try everything once. I was … Continue reading

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Homemade Hummus

Hummus is so easily made at home, not sure why people bother with the store bought stuff! When you make it you’ll notice you can easily play with the ingredients to make different flavors, adjust creaminess, saltiness and sourness. I’ve … Continue reading

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Swordfish with Red Rice

Swordfish is always quite the treat! It is not a fish I recommend eating too often. It is large and consequently contains higher levels of mercury than smaller fish and shellfish. Others such fish are Shark, King Mackerel, or Tilefish. … Continue reading

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Red Rice and Vegetable Medley

People sometimes ask me how I manage to cook for 1 all the time. “Isn’t it hard?” No matter the size of your family, you need to have a system that works for you and then it’s rather easy. Enjoyable … Continue reading

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Salmon Curry with Quinoa

This is a dish I make over and over again. It’s full of flavor and it fits my often lazy cooking habits. In the 20 minutes it takes for the quinoa to cook, the salmon can be prepped and cooked … Continue reading

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Is Sugar the Devil?

Sugar is getting a really bad rap lately, but is it really that bad for us?  My answer is yes.  Everything in moderation they say but the amount of sugar that we now consume has reached levels that are way … Continue reading

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Kale Chips

These are very easy to make and kale is good for you Wash, dry your kale and remove the stem. Cut into bit size pieces (the size of chips!) Toss the entire bunch in 1 tbsp oil. Add a bit … Continue reading

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