When it comes to quick and easy meals, tuna wraps are ideal.
Grab a few pouches of quality tuna (don’t buy the cans, they’re a mess to drain), add chopped veggies, then wrap up the works in a whole grain tortilla. Simple, right?
Turkey casseroles – been there, done that.
Turkey soup – boring!
But a cheesy melted sandwich or veggie filled wrap? The ideas are endless!
But every once in awhile the craving for a melted cheese sandwich hits, and I’m willing to use those precious calories and skip dessert.
Don’t worry, nothing serious here, just a request for your honest feedback. After 4 years of blogging about healthy cooking, I’d love to hear your comments to get a fresh perspective on how I can improve this blog and its recipes.
When Mike and I went on a diet several months ago (those love handles were getting too easy to pinch), we cut back on the bread eating. This was a good plan for this bread lover. Once I get started, I’ll eat the whole loaf in one sitting.
What kind of sandwich eater are you?
Do you know what to do with a lamb roast?
We don’t shop at Costco often, but when we do, I have to taste test everything they offer me. That’s the trouble with being a foodie.
When they offered a sample of freshly cooked lamb, I was dubious. It doesn’t land on my dinner table often because it’s expensive, and often not low in fat and calories.
Never-the-less, this day I was hungry and tempted. That lamb roast (not leg of lamb, but lamb roast) was in my checkout cart.
When it comes to cooking inexpensive cuts of beef, I need help.
I thought my slow cooker would save the day, but I’m afraid my low and slow technique leaves the meat dry and chewy. I find this amazing because I surround my pot roasts with a variety of vegetables and broth.
Shouldn’t they come out incredibly moist and tender?