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A Mooving Dedication by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking U pon the passing of Phillip’s grandfather, a lot of emotions became aroused within me. As I said before, the one woman from my church seemed empathic and realized how difficu ... Read on »
A Pair of Comforting Risotto by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking R ecall when I said that I purchased a huge box of risotto from Trader Joe’s? Yes, well here are two recipes starring that beloved box of Italian rice. One is a modif ... Read on »
A Perfect Latin Picnic Salad by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking N ormally, I’m not a fond individual of mayo-laced salads and the reason is rather psychosomatic. When I was a wee little girl, my babysitter force-fed me ham and cheese s ... Read on »
A Refreshing Summer Salad by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking I n the culinary world, there are so many flavors and combinations that have yet to be explored and, upon realization, addictions can occur. I love jicama. Jicama is such a de ... Read on »
A Rich and Creamy Non-Dairy Soup by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking Isaid I wasn’t a soup fan. I said I hated soup but now I think I’ve crossed over into the land of soup lovers. Soup is now becoming my favorite lunch very gradually sicne its ... Read on »
A Root Roast for Lunch by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking Combing both of my loves for roasted vegetables and potato salads, I created a roasted vegetable salad for a satisfying lunch that’ll give me the energy to carry through my ... Read on »
A Salad Amongst Riches by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking I hate my camera on most days and I’m looking forward to the day I get a good professional one. On the majority of my pictures, I always get a blur or the light is absorbe ... Read on »
A Satisfactory Substitution by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking I was eating oatmeal a while back since I saw some GF oats on sale at, yeah, Big Lots. So I snatched up the bag with glee instantly. I’ve been eating them for about two week ... Read on »
A Simple Festival Lunch by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking O ne of the recipes that I made last week involving strawberries was this simple salad, kosambari. Kosambari is a salad from India traditionally made w ... Read on »
A Simple Note by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking Ladies and gentlemen, fellow bloggers and such - I am going on another hiatus until my life seems to settle. My dietary styles have changed drastically due to recent events; ... Read on »
A Single Salad by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking R emember way back when dinner was a scary time? The meat was dry, the potatoes weren’t bad, the rolls were semi-burnt but the vegetables - oh god, the vegetables. Vegetable ... Read on »
A Sole-ful Halloween by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking H olidays bring out the creativity in people, for sure. Not only with crafts but with food. Baking, for one, has been a habitual holiday habit, along with special treats h ... Read on »
A Soy-less Dairy Free Lasagna Too Good for Words by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking It wasn’t long ago when I first heard this comment stated by my mother in law. “You converted my son,” said she. I stood bewildered at that comment until she further ... Read on »
A Spoonful of African Flavors by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking F ood can be boring if there aren’t enough spices enhancing the dish but when you have crisp fresh produce without a doubt you’re better off slacking on the heavy pungent he ... Read on »
A Stew for a Peanut Lover by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking R ecently, I’ve become impressed by the flavors of Africa. They satisfy my palette by hitting every taste receptor: bitter, salty, sour, sweet, and even umami. Ev ... Read on »
A Super Bowl Soup by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking Buffalo wings gain their popularity by football party. According to football fanatics, a game isn’t a game without a big bowl of insanely hot chicken wings. Well, fortunatel ... Read on »
A Sweet n' Spicy Catfish Curry by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking I think my body hates me. I always seem to have something wrong with me but I think I found the underlying cause of my consistent illness. I went to the doctor’s the other day ... Read on »
A Turkey in China by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking M y mother in law has one of everything in her kitchen. One of those appliances happened to be a crock-pot. I had never used a crock-pot before. It was time I used a crock-pot ... Read on »
A Winter Wonderland Of Red by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking C hristmas is that time of year where snowflakes teeter to the earth covering the usual brown soil with a light sheet of white like butter cream to a chocolate cupcake; I’m su ... Read on »
A Yoshoku Meal for the Hungry by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking T here’s a fine line between being concerned and becoming annoying. I - for the most part - love my family, especially my extended family (great-aunts & uncles, se ... Read on »