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Beans are the magic ingredient in this lower-fat, higher-fiber version of a classic hot artichoke dip. It makes a very tempting and savory appetizer with pre-dinner drinks. Try serving it with whole-wheat pita crisps or low-fat … Read More
These elegant party canapés offer a delectable bite of smoked salmon (a good source of protein and omega-3s), moistened with a light, lemony vinaigrette on a low-GL rye bread.
In the fall, as the rains come, the ground dampens, and the leaves fall, the farmers’ markets start brimming with wild mushrooms. I bring home a bagful, clean and chop them, and then sauté them in butter or olive oil. I first made … Read More
Roasted chestnuts are a winter’s treat. Although peeling 2 pounds of chestnuts seems tedious, it can be done up to 2 weeks in advance. The peeled roasted chestnuts can be frozen, and then thawed at room temperature for 1 hour before … Read More
With all the cooking you’ll be doing, save yourself some time and buy the packaged, pre-washed and trimmed baby spinach. The greens stay fresh for several days in the refrigerator.
I prefer the taste of … Read More
1 Pound Sliced Genoa SalamiSliced salami can be combined with bread and condiments for quick sandwiches.
These are a good stand-in for croutons and quite addictive on their own. I always keep logs of this dough in my freezer so I can whip these out on short notice.
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