Check out my February blog post on “You’ve Got To Taste This”. The theme was “Recipes for Diabetics,” and since both of my grandfathers have Type 2 Diabetes, I thought I would share a healthy recipe that my grandmother makes using bran. It’s a lot better than it sounds, I promise!
This is my February 2011 guest blog post for MyRecipes’ blog “You’ve Got To Taste This.” In lieu of Super Bowl season, I did a post on healthy snack options for tailgates and parties. Click here to read the full post.
Here is my post on MyRecipes.com blog “You’ve Got To Taste This” for December. With all of the parties and soirees during the holiday season I figured readers would need help thinking of appetizers and finger foods to bring to festivities. Check out these ideas and more of my work on MyRecipes.com.
Here’s my latest post on MyRecipe.com’s blog “You’ve Got to Taste This.” It’s a recipe for a delicious Thai Coconut Soup that I successfully knocked off of a local restaurant here in Birmingham. Look for more of my posts each week on MyRecipes.com or here on my website. Enjoy!
Read my latest post on MyRecipes.com blog, “You’ve Got to Taste This.” I explain my reasons for going vegetarian and provide some great recipe options to make the process easier and delicious. Click here to read the full post and get my recipe for Veggie Fajitas.
Read my latest post on MyRecipes.com about Mexican Independence Day, El Grito De Dolores, and all of the delicious food that comes with it. For the full article click here.
Here is my latest post on Myrecipes.com’s blog, “You’ve Got to Taste This”. It’s a review of Myra Goodman’s new book Earthbound Cook and it’s definitely worth the purchase for those of you who love to cook but also want more eco-friendly tips for the kitchen. Read the review here.
Want to know how to freeze your excess blueberries for baking and other great recipes? Find out here through my post, An Abundance of Blueberries on MyRecipes.com’s blog “You’ve Got To Taste This.”
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Caraccioli Cellars Brut Cuvee is refined, refreshing and oh so delicious. Read my post here:
Caraccioli Cellars: Our Little Secret