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A teen tofu victory

Published on March 1, 2012 By Therese

“WHYYY … tofu?” Son #1 was carefully dodging the white cubes to pluck red pepper strips from the milky coconut curry sauce. “It’s just mush; it’s not real food.” “That’s what you’re going to be eating in the future, get used to it,” my husband retorted.  Tough love at dinner. It was the usual dialogue […]

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 […]

Relaxing weekend faves

Published on April 12, 2010 By Trixie

Last weekend was nice and easy – hanging close to home after a busy vacation to regroup and yes, cook.  I retrieved two favorite recipes for a relaxed time in the kitchen. Greek Scampi with Orzo – I LOVE this recipe and it’s so easy. It’s my go-to recipe when I find wild domestic shrimp […]

Tofu on Tuesday

Published on February 9, 2010 By Trixie

On the menu: Tofu, or “toadfood” as my sons call it.  Usually noses turn upward as soon as they see me slicing the white milky rectangle into cubes for a stirfry. Tonight I celebrated small victories: no smart remarks and they actually ate the stirfry without complaint. (Well, I did see a few cubes of […]