A friend named Sondra gave me this recipe. It comes from a website called the-girl-who-ate-everything.com It’s a neat website you should check it out. Sondra and her husband used to own a Muffin Bakery. How cool is that? She said their most popular was Raspberry Cream Cheese. That sounds good right now!Continue reading “Pecan Pie Tarts! Scrumptious!”→
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I love Tuna Melts! This time I did something different than my usual recipe….I used a Wild Caught Bumble Bee Premium Tuna in Water and I am hooked! Mixed it with real Mayo, Sandwich Sprinkle (by Penzey’s) and Fresh Ground Black Pepper and Freshly Cut Dill from my Garden. Topped with Shredded Cheddar and put under Broiler for 4 minutes or so. I also used Sandwich Thins which are my favorite. I’ve talked about them before on my blog. Oh and I put the Sandwich Thins in the Toaster before building the sandwich. Fresh Dill! Yum!
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Do you remember this book? It came out in 2002 but I think I got it in 2004. My friend Heidi and I loved her eating plan. There was one recipe that I fell in love with and it was her Crunchy Coleslaw with Raw Fennel. I can’t even tell you how many times I’ve made it. It is perfect as is and every once in a while (or if I’m out of an ingredient) I improvise but I highly reccommend following her recipe to a tee. It is also best after it sits in fridge over night (in my opinion). Hope you enjoy!! ***See Recipe below with photos. Continue reading “Suzanne Somers Coleslaw (my all-time favorite)!!”→
IDEA: Take a Whole Tenderloin (and instead of cooking it whole) Cut into 2 to 3″ Medallions and cook like you would a Tenderloin (Filet Mignon). Super fun and super yum! Marinate and Grill. *Marinade in this picture is Olive Oil, Red Wine Vinegar and my Kona Coffee Rub and Prime Rib/Meat Rub combo! Super good together.