This recipe is ideal for breakfast, dessert or a late night snack. An assortment of fruits, nuts, seeds, coconut or even chocolate chips are delightful when layered with yogurt. I use vanilla flavored greek yogurt with this recipe. This recipe serves two.
Don’t get me wrong, I love pork sausage. I dream about my sister’s biscuits with sausage gravy. This recipe, while not low carb or low cal, does contain less fat. You could omit the bread and go with the eggs, pork and tomatoes. This recipe makes two sliders.
This salad uses two varieties of radishes; the traditional red radishes found in most grocery stores and the Daikon radish. Radishes have a spicy tang to them so I add avocado and a baby kale, green leaf lettuce mixture. This salad is served with an apple cider vinaigrette dressing sweetened with sugar. Ingredients: 6 Red […]
A frittata is made with vegetables smothered in a creamy egg and cheese custard. Unlike quiche, there is no crust so it’s a good gluten free choice. This recipe takes advantage of the extra asparagus prepared as a side to the Tarragon Salmon or the Kale Scramble. There are some equally tasty ingredients that would […]
This salad is delightful and can be prepared from corn on the cob left over from a previous meal or you can always use frozen corn too. Just make sure the corn is fully defrosted before serving. When we were sailing, we used frozen corn and the corn did double duty as an ice pack […]
August and September are prime corn on the cob months. You can find it in your grocery store and at your favorite farmer’s market or farm stand. There are so many varieties including super sweet yellow corn, butter and sugar corn, and silver corn. Rosedale Farm located in Simsbury, Connecticut is one of my favorite places […]