Monthly Archive: February 2017

Cloud Bread Like Biting Into a Sweet Cloud

CLOUD BREAD Oh my gosh, how fun this is to make! When you bite into it, it’s like biting into a sweet, fluffy cloud. Low in carbs too. 3 large eggs, room temperature, separated 1/4 teaspoon cream of tartar 2 oz. cream cheese, room temperature and very soft 1 tablespoon sugar, or less to taste …

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Can an Apple a Day Keep the Doctor Away?

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According to Consumer Reports On Health, yes they do. And oh, by the way, according to my mom, as well. Stroke risk was 25% lower among people who ate lots of fruit with a white edible portion. And the pectin that is right under the skin is good for lowering cholesterol.

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Spinach Salad with Citrus – Perfect Salad for a Wintery Day

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  I have been SOO HUNGRY FOR SALADS! Here’s a yummy spinach salad with oranges and red wine vinaigrette. I found it on the Catholic Digest site. I added a little more vinegar and a tad more mustard. This salad satisfied my craving! I talked about spinach on the Sonrise Morning Show today with Annie …

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The Color Of Your Favorite Rose Tells A Lot About You!

Happy Valentine’s Day to each of you! BTW tomorrow morning I’ll be on Fox 19 at 9:45 with my pal Frank Marzullo making my newest version of Hot Fudge Pudding Cake. Hope you tune in! So what’s your favorite rose? Mine was always yellow but lately I have come to adore orange….. From good friend …

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Spaghetti, Acorn Squash and Eggplant Recipes Needed

Spaghetti, acorn squash and stuffed eggplant recipes needed. Patricia Tierney, a Northwest reader, is looking for ways to cook these nutritious veggies. Any ideas you have would be greatly appreciated for this adventurous cook.

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Kids in Kitchen Making Muffins & Memories

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I could blame a visit from the church ladies for the reason I left the butter out of a muffin recipe I’m sharing today. But I won’t, because even if they didn’t stop to visit I might have forgotten the butter anyway. That sometimes happens when I’m baking with the little ones. (And truth be …

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Chocolate Pudding Upside Down Cake: Happy Valentine’s Day

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On February 14, fancy restaurants will be booked solid, florists will do their best business of the year, and children’s backpacks will be stuffed full of heart-shaped cards from classmates. And it’s all thanks to St. Valentine. This morning I chatted with Anna Mitchell on the Son rise morning show about this saint and why we associate …

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What’s a French Potato Peeler?

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What’s a French Potato Peeler? It’s shaped like a “Y” with a wide blade – love it! So easy to shave thin, wide slices from veggies, like the zucchini above.

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How to cut calories in rice by half

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This information is from the Dr. Oz show – pretty amazing. I had mentioned in my Community Press column that adding coconut oil to rice reduces the calorie count by half. I didn’t have room in the column to elaborate, but it’s important to know the whole concept. Here it is. (And FYI for those …

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Super Bowl Chili Not Too Spicy

Each week I chat with Annie Mitchell on the Sonrise Morning Show, Sacred Heart Radio, about Bible foods & herbs. Today we talked about beef. Did you know that cows and oxen were used for plowing fields and were considered too valuable by most people, except the wealthy, to be used for meat on an every …

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