I love experimenting with traditional recipes and finding wholesome substitutes for the regular pasta or bread. I really like making lasagna, because you can make a large amount at once so we will have food for several nights, and I substitute the lasagna noodles for slices of potatoes.
Jennifer Leal is the mother of two and the owner of the food and family blog Savor the Thyme. Today she shares her thoughts on feeding her family real food — and her super-simple (and delicious!) sweet potato wrap recipe.
Cathy Elton was “just your average barbecue-lovin’, pie bakin’ chowhound chick” when she found out she had a 90% blocked artery in her heart at the tender age of 44. Determined to continue to enjoy delicious food, she found creative ways around her dietary restrictions.
Although it pained me to toss seven dollars’ worth of crab in the trash, it would have hurt a lot worse if we actually ate it, I’m sure. So, on to Plan B: Pull out some frozen shrimp* and make it work.
With the somewhat random ingredients we had on hand, we pieced together this delicious combo of Lentils and Whole Wheat Couscous. It was far tastier than it looks.
Earlier this week I had a hankerin’ for some healthy crab cakes. I found a few recipes online — here’s my slightly-adapted version.