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Cape Malay Curry + Spicy Highlights by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking When it comes to cooking and nutrition, I love eating by color. Yes, you heard me - color. The Five-A-Day diet or nutritional advice is provided by the Produce for Better Heal ... Read on »
Captain of Southern Cookery by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking It is when pirates count their booty that they become mere thieves. And when they cook curry, they become culinary extraordinaires. O kay, so, m ... Read on »
Celebrate the Party - Mardi Gras by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking I hadn’t a chance to post this because of the whole mesh of holidays that occurred last week. First it was Valentine’s Day, then it was Phillip’s grandmother’s birthday and ... Read on »
Cereal Series of Cupcakes: Trix by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking I find that when I become obsessed with a concept or an idea about creating something, I have to do it regardless of time or purpose. I was staring at the cereals in the groce ... Read on »
Chicken Noodle Soup of Another Kind by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking W hat is on a mother’s repertoire when their child comes down with a cold? For 1/3 of the American population, chances are it’s chicken noodle soup. What makes chicken noodl ... Read on »
Chili Diaries: Chapter 1, Rush of Gold by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking A s promised, here is the first excerpt of the Chili Diaries. Below is my adaptation of FatFreeVegan’s Gold Rush Chili . I say adaptation because I used what ingredie ... Read on »
Chili Diaries: Chapter 2, Bullseye with Buckeyes by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking W ell here it is - the chili recipe of the week. This one was quickly thrown together on a whim and turned out fabulous. I’m certain you can multiply it to any degree ... Read on »
Chili Diaries: Chapter 3, Your Average...Gumbo? by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking L ong time no speak my lovelies. I have finally returned and updated. I have been making simple dishes and recreations of old classics since my ho ... Read on »
Chili Diaries: Chapter 4, Sweet Tuna Chili by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking S ometimes it’s nice to use your creativity in trying to make use of left over ingredients in your fridge. I hate having leftovers so I try to make small portio ... Read on »
Chili Diaries: Chapter 5, Taste of Morocco by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking T his little ditty had much thought put into it. I ended up premaking a few of the ingredients a day in advance because I was too tired to make it last night. Yesterd ... Read on »
Chili Diaries: Chapter 6, Beans with Attitude by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking F or some odd reason, black beans never impressed me. I think it is something to do with their taste and texture. Black beans are most frequently used ... Read on »
Chili Diaries: Chapter 7, A Relish? A Stew? No, it's Chakalaka! by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking I ’m not certain if this can be regarded as a chili, but, it has the essence of a chili. Actually, it’s uncertain to what category this dish/side falls under. S ... Read on »
Chili Rellenos by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking I think I’m obsessed with the concept of stuffing things; that and the idea of serving a “stuffed” item for dinner as being an effortless task. All y ... Read on »
Chinese Black Salmon, Part of Your Japanese Meal by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking Oh, sure, it looks and sounds fancy but aside from the allotted time for marinating, cooking rice, and minutes for the vegetables to simmer, the meal was far too easy to throw ... Read on »
Chinese Food, GI Friendly by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking GI? What happened to GF? Well not only is this meal gluten free, it is also Glycemic Index friendly. What is the glycemic index? It is the measurement of impact f ... Read on »
Chocolate Chip Pancakes, Redone by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking P ancakes and I have a special relationship. When Phillip and I were first dating, we would eat out at IHOP 80% of the time. In fact, it was either IHOP or Subway. Honestly, I ... Read on »
Chopsticks, Prepare for Lunch! by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking A fter being in a fever coma for 1 ½ days, feasting on mashed potatoes, fruit, and cereal, it feels wonderful to have actual food in my stomach, food with flavor: fried rice. ... Read on »
Christmas Time is Here by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking There can’t be Christmas unless there are cookies, regardless of how hectic life can be. Phillip and I work throughout the week, coming home from either as early as ... Read on »
Chuushoku oishii desu ka! by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking I n the countries of Asia, the concept of ‘ying-and-yang, good-and bad’ have sturdy traditional roots body purification is another one. To purify from within, specific herb ... Read on »
Cinnamon Swirled Muffins with Apples by Manda K. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Cooking I love autumn. I know I’ve said this before but I really do love autumn and even winter. Why? In my opinion, the food is better. I love root vegetables, warm cider, hot mo ... Read on »