Quick family meals using left overs and food staples: Chicken and bean quesadillas.
Says my 5 year old at dinner last night. No lie. What’s my trick? It’s easy. 1. Texture. I happen to love chopped salads. Something about the mouth feel of small tiny bites of food. You can almost eat salad with a spoon. No large cumbersome pieces. No unnecessary and annoying chewing that takes forever.… Continue reading “Mom, more salad please!”
I once asked some family members who are also avid cooks, what do you believe is the most under utilized seasoning? To my surprise, all three family members replied in unison, “turmeric!” Hmm… time to start cooking with turmeric. Last night I was feeling pretty uninspired making dinner. UGH. Time to make dinner. What do… Continue reading Quick Family Fish Dinner (Turmeric-Seasoned Tilapia with Vegetables)
If you are like me, you are chest deep in the kids school and fall work routine. We are over the back to school hump, summer is definitely over, and now just chugging along. With that, many of us are faced with increased work demands, kids activities, fall commitments, and more. In other words, you… Continue reading You. Have. Time.
The D Word Lately I have been asked a lot about dieting. Not necessarily general guidelines for weight loss, how to prepare healthy meals, or even my take on particular fad diets. I’m talking about cornered in the hallway, give me your lunch money or I will hack into your Facebook account, kind of asking. … Continue reading The D Word