Category Archives: Cooking Tips
I love it when a new recipe turns out perfectly, and I can snap a picture and share it with my internet friends. And although I usually share all of my successes, I rarely share the failures. Not because I’m … Continue reading
At first glance, cooking spray may seem like the near perfect food for anyone watching their calories. After all, it has no calories, no fat and even no sodium. But upon closer observation, that’s part of the problem — the … Continue reading
In my ongoing quest to remain wheat-free, I’ve had successes and failures in the kitchen. Today, I’d like to share one failure with you. It’s not meant to discourage you, but instead to warn you. In other words, don’t try … Continue reading
OK, I admit it, I’ve never been a real big ham fan. Oh sure I’ll eat it if it’s offered to me as a dinner guest, and I’ve even been known to order it now and again at restaurants. But … Continue reading
I decided to take a few days off and head over to the Northern California Coast for my birthday last week. I wanted to get away, but of course didn’t necessarily want the high-calorie and high-sodium food that sometimes goes … Continue reading
I don’t use tomato paste that often, and when I do I usually only use about a tablespoon. And then the rest of the can goes in the refrigerator, because I really hate to waste anything. But sometimes it still … Continue reading
I just love Trader Joe’s Fully Cooked Uncured Bacon. The flavor is great and it contains about 1/3 the sodium as regular bacon. And you just warm it up in the microware — there’s no grease.