Monthly Archive: March 2010

Potluck Potato Casserole

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A bonus with this dish is that you can make the casserole ahead–assemble and refrigerate it until time to bake. Sprinkle the cornflakes over the casserole just before baking. POTLUCK POTATO CASSEROLE 1 1/2 cups fat-free sour cream 1 1/4 cups (5 ounces) finely shredded reduced-fat sharp cheddar cheese 1/2 cup fat-free, less-sodium chicken broth …

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Apricot Glazed Pork Roast / Potluck Potato Casserole / Brussels Sprouts with Parmesan Cheese

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I got back to my walking routine this morning as it is one of my goals for this week. I still have a cough but I managed to walk almost 3 miles with out a coughing attack. Signs of Spring are all around. I saw many flowering bushes, purple Irises and trees in full bloom. Song birds …

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Rutabagas

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What do rutabagas taste like? Well, they taste a little bit like a potato only sweet with a slightly peppery undertone. It is a cruciferous vegetable often called a yellow turnip and it is high in vitamin C. I love the golden color as it looks buttery to begin with. Peel it and cut it into junks, the smaller …

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Rutabaga’s Rock!

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If you have never tried a rutabaga you have been missing out on a delightful root vegetable. While I was at mom and dads I fixed us a rutabaga one night and took pictures of it. I ran out of time for blogging while there, but now I want to share this amazing vegetable with you. Don’t …

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The End of Overeating

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  Last year I read “The End of Overeating” by David A. Kessler, MD and found it to be a fascinating account of how our bodies and minds are changed when we eat foods that are high in sugar, salt and fat. In this book Kessler reveals how food manufacturers are creating products by layering these …

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