Cool weather comfort food at its best!
Years ago, I found this delightful recipe on the Wood Wife’s Journal, and we’ve been making it or variations of it ever since!
First, I’ll give our old family favorite cream of pumpkin recipe, and then 4 other pumpkin or squash-based soup variations that you will want on your go-to fall recipe list.
And I just have to put this out there, each of these soups would each be a great Thanksgiving starter. …
Hello everyone! I’m so excited to be sharing for Jackie today and hope you all enjoy this tomato pie recipe as much as I do! This savory pie is so simple and quick to prepare. I have to make tomato pie at least once a year because it screams summer by every definition of the word.
And it really makes a lovely dinner, but it’s even more brilliant served cold for a quick lunch. I know you’ll be asking yourself how something this simple can possibly be so delicious….
Finally, the ‘Low Fat dogma’ of the last 60 years is dying. Mind you, I’m a retired open-heart nurse that used to believe and teach the low fat nonsense):
- Hundreds of Canadian physicians demand an end to the low fat dogma via an open letter.
- Sweden has scrapped its former low fat thinking, after an independent committee pored through tens of thousands of studies that show it to be total quackery.
Next time you order chicken nuggets for the kids or take out burgers, consider that you may be getting a sprinkling of antibiotics on the side. A recent report released by the Center for Food Safety rates the top 25 American restaurant chains on antibiotics use in their meat products.
A new report has graded where the 25 biggest fast food chains in the U.S. stand on antibiotics usage in their meat (beef, chicken, and pork). The results are good news if you happen to be a frequent diner at either Chipotle or Panera, but not-so-great news if you eat anywhere else. The survey found that almost all of America’s chain restaurants use that’s been routinely treated with antibiotics. Yuck!…