Tag Archives: low glycemic foods

Cauliflower and Smoked Trout Salad

Indeed, I have been long absent and I do apologize.  My only excuse is a remarkably warm, dry, beautiful summer that included lots of projects.  First, I got the new patio that I have been lusting after for a couple … Continue reading

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Pork Chops with Peanut Sauce

Now and again I tend to spend a lot of my waking hours thinking about one of three things:  1) Things I liked to eat as a kid, 2) Things I used to cook for my kids, and 3) Things … Continue reading

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Braised Pork with Star Anise and Coriander

Let me just say now, before I forget, the pictures used here are for two portions.  This is one of those recipes that I want some leftovers for another use tomorrow. This is my adaptation of a Gordon Ramsey recipe … Continue reading

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Turkey and Cranberry Handpies

My cousin posted a recipe to Facebook this morning that looked so tasty that I was tempted to dash out and buy a can of crescent rolls.  The original recipe can be found here:  http://theseventhkitchen.blogspot.com/2011/11/turkey-cranberry-crescent-ring.html .  But, I fought the … Continue reading

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Black Beans 3 Ways

Beans are very friendly on the wallet as a source of protein and fortunately I absolutely love them.  Black beans have a meaty yet creamy texture that can easily replace meat in a number of your recipes.  They have a … Continue reading

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Barley Risotto

Making Barley Risotto Glycemic index is one of those terms that didn’t mean much to me until the last few years.  Many of us seniors are prone to the development of Type 2 diabetes and as a result, we need … Continue reading

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