Easy Lemon Chicken Piccata Recipe

Chicken piccata has always been "restaurant food." Even though I saw a ton of recipes out there … for some reason, I never tried making it. I finally decided that was stupid, and I came up with a great recipe that we love! ...more


I chose to use the high protein pitas instead of traditional Tostadas as they are less than half the carbs, considering beans tend to be higher in carbs. Even though beans are higher in carbs than meat they are much lower in fat, zero cholesterol, high in fibre and rich in calcium and potassium....more

Simplicity is a virtue, also at lunchtime

Hello there! You will definitely agree with us, keeping it simple is always good, also in the kitchen. Today's lunch was cooked with this spirit. On a sunny Friday lunch, what's better than a good, simple and yet delicious plate of pasta. No fuss, no fancy ingredients, just a plate of goodness. ...more

Coconut Almond Butter

I love raw almond butter…but I don’t love the price!  Some small jars of raw almond butter without sugar added can be up to $17.00!  Eeeek!  So I decided to finally try making my own…. what’s better?  Why not add even MORE flavor with coconut!...more


I’ve been grilling nonstop these day and I don’t hate it at all. Food tastes better after being cooked on the grill, and there are less dishes to clean which is always a plus. I’ve only recently started grilling drumsticks, and I didn’t realize how easy, fast, and delicious it would be, especially with the right marinade. [Read more]...more

Summer on the Grill; Cedar Plank Salmon

Summer provides a great opportunity for families to focus on health. Not only is the summer a big grilling season, but a season of fresh fruit and vegetables, which can be found at the Clabber Girl Farmer’s Market. The Market provides a wonderful opportunity to spend time together as a family learning about local produce, fresh baked breads and granola and even dog treats....more

Red Lentil Coated Cod with Tri-Color Quinoa and Veg

So I scored some dried limes today.  I didn't now how to use them so I "googled it".  So apparently it's a staple in the middle east.  I tried looking up some recipes that contained them in it, but was unsuccessful.  I did find out, however, that you may either use them whole in a soup or grind them into a powder and use as a seasoning.  The smell is weird, but it taste like a funky citrus (more citrus than funky).  I tried it out on this recipe, but it didn't work out so good.  So back to the drawing board on that one....more

Salted Caramel Buttery Crumb Bars

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Cooking Guru S3E3: Cajun Spiced Salmon Fillet

Cajun Spiced Salmon Fillet (Dinner Episode)Serves: 2 Prep time: 15 minutes   Cook time: 8-10 minutesCajun Seasoning Mix:In a bowl or container, blend½ teaspoon sea salt½ teaspoon dried thyme½ teaspoon dried oregano½ teaspoon smoked paprika½ teaspoon fennel seeds½ teaspoon cracked black pepper¼ teaspoon cayenne pepper...more