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Beef Paprikia with Noodles (Gluten and Dairy Free!)

My friend Stuart has been after me to provide some more blog entries. Although he’s a vegetarian, I hope he doesn’t mind this one on beef. I think it’s worthy, and the recipe I provide later could also be made with a veggie ground round. I have recently become a “conscientious carnivore” by purchasing locally […]

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Saffron Risotto topped with Cod

On my last post, I made reference to a risotto I made. I didn’t even think to include the recipe so here it is. Sorry about that! Saffron Risotto topped with Cod 1 Tbl Olive oil 1 medium onion, chopped (or ½ large)¼ – ½ tsp pepper½ tsp saltFew strands of saffron1/4 cup dry white […]

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Amy’s Chili

First, I’ll have to apologize for no picture but this chili, although delicious, doesn’t quite photograph well…don’t worry, more pics soon of other things! I don’t know why but I have always loved chili, even when I lived on the east coast. If it had meat and beans, a bit of spice and some tomato […]

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Beef Saffron Risotto

I was asked recently for my “signature dish”. That was a tough one. I have a few that I find I make over and over that would qualify. But when it came down to it, I thought about what it is I feel I represent; easy, nutritious and delicious meals that can feed the whole […]

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Western Chili

Are you looking for something to bring to a potluck, bbq or party that is tasty and full of protein and fiber? I used to make this dish when I lived in Boston and then sort of forgot about it. This is surprising because it’s easy and delicious. I was getting ready for a bbq […]

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Soup is on

Many parents will tell me they have difficulty getting their children to eat vegetables. I have noticed the same thing even with my children but I notice it seems to change on a daily basis. Sometimes the 4 year old will eat a bowl of salad and won’t touch the meat. The next day he’s […]

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