Crazy Pizza Pull Aparts

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Good gracious. If there's something that's just so visceral and terrific, it's really becoming one with your food. … [Read more...]

Low-Carb Pumpkin Praline Bites

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A fun way to use pumpkin in the off-season, these easy peasy pumpkin bites can be frozen for those days you really need a small bite packed with vitamins and deliciousness. … [Read more...]

Low-Carb Raspberry Chocolate Macaroons

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Okay, so seriously? Yummo. I found these amazing little macaroons in a recent issue of Martha Stewart Living Magazine, and knew I wanted to give them a try. As an aside, I think MSL has been such a fun magazine! Over the last year I've seen some … [Read more...]

Crock Pot Sausage Bacon Mushroom Chowder

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I am so excited about this recipe for several reasons: … [Read more...]

Slow cooker sweet and sour pork ribs

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A sweet and sour sauce without grape jelly? What? That's right, my friends. And now that the days are growing warmer, you have more opportunities to turn off the stove and keep your kitchen cooler and tastier with your crockpot. … [Read more...]

Low-carb daikon tater tots

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Check it out! Do you ever wonder what some of the other things are that you can do with daikon radishes? For starters, you can bend them to your will and experiment with tater tot recipes. … [Read more...]

Daikon Fries

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    Based on this method: Perfect French Fries Note: I have included 10 Tablespoons of peanut oil for the entire recipes in calories/fat since that was the amount that seemed to dissipate from the pan. I prefer the … [Read more...]

Dijon-Garlic-Rosemary Rubbed Lamb Roast

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This rotisserie recipe for lamb is so succulent, you'll look for every opportunity to cook it again (not just on Easter). Since Ronco.com makes a Rotisserie, it's only  fitting they share their Rotisserie recipe, but you can also bake your lamb (I've … [Read more...]

Pork Roast for Company

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In the Easter spirit, and courtesy of   Ronco.com, enjoy this phenomenal, simple pork roast, whether for Easter or any time! This recipe is so simple that you're sure to have a major, meaty hit on your hands, and some tasty leftovers in your fridge … [Read more...]

Easy Italian Cabbage Rolls

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Cabbage is not only good for you, thankfully, it's tasty, too. Fairly easy to locate it in the produce aisle of your favorite supermarket, once blanched, you can make so many things with cabbage leaf wrappers, from egg rolls to little packages of … [Read more...]

Low-Carb Mocha Truffles

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I am a lover of beans. Well, coffee beans, to be sure. Green beans are great, too, but they don't throw my eyelids back and slap them in the face the way a delicious java bean can. Am I right? I am always looking out for new sweetener options, … [Read more...]

Roasted kale chips, four ways

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How do I love thee? Let me count thy kale... Browning poems aside, the curly, purple-hued kale of my dreams makes its début from the winter market into my kitchen for a snack that's a bit hard to put down, in more ways than one. I mean, do … [Read more...]

Easy Beef Gyros with Tzatziki

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I love grass-fed beef. Always a regular buyer of Laura's Lean Beef (ground, grass-fed, 92%) for years, when the company asks for a review, I give it--gladly. In fact, this isn't my first waltz with Laura's Lean Ground Beef (read my review from 2010 … [Read more...]

Chicken Broccoli Bacon Daikon Casserole

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Hi there! My apologies for not writing more often (hey; this sounds like I'm writing to relatives all of a sudden. My dog ate my free time. Thank you for the socks, Aunt Mahetabel). I have been busy working on some pretty exciting projects I can't … [Read more...]

All about Frying Cheese (159)

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Pictured above: Move over, mozzarella sticks! A new, cheesy, kid is going to take your milk money. Fry the cheese, if you please. OK, so it's not "Fry-day", but there's no reason we can't all be a bit of a Wisconsinite a few times per week. I was … [Read more...]