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Shifting into better health with an anti-inflammatory eating plan

Published on June 18, 2011 By Therese

I’ve been MIA on the blog but it doesn’t mean I haven’t been cooking.  First I drifted away because I simply was bored with food.  I started relying on Everyday Food, the monthly Martha Stewart magazine, to do the thinking for me. Meals were just okay , not much to report. Then, I heard about […]

Tofu takes a turn on the rim

Published on April 6, 2011 By Therese

Sneaking tofu into Whole Grain Wednesday’s warm quinoa salad with shrimp and asparagus didn’t work out so well. “Mom, here’s the thing.  It has no taste.” Son #1 was carefully parking the fried tofu squares along the rim of his plate. “Don’t listen to him. It’s delicious!” declared my husband, ever the supportive voice at […]

Spontaneity works in the meal plan

Published on March 17, 2010 By Trixie

Sometimes dinner feels more like a plate of appetizers than the main event.  Other nights the whole meal comes together at the mercy of your neighbor’s pantry. This has been one of those weeks when the meal plan has shifted according to whims and whatever’s in the fridge, Brilliant sunshine this afternoon beamed my head […]

Another kid fave on Tuesday

Published on February 16, 2010 By Trixie

On night three of the “while dad’s away” meal plan, dinner was based on another kid favorite – ham steak. Glazed with honey mustard and broiled for a few minutes, ham steak is always a hit. The boys also liked the sides: pineapple chunks and some scary orange Jo-Jo potatoes leftover from a deli stop. […]