Healthy Pita Bread Chips

Last week’s whole wheat Healthy Pita Bread can easily be made into chips. These chips are perfect for dipping or you can eat them by themselves. You can make your own tasty and Healthy Pita Bread Chips in just 10 minutes: just cut pita bread into triangle shape parts, brush them with some olive oil, sprinkle with your favorite seasonings and bake in the oven. Savory pita hips are sprinkled with grated Parmesan cheese, garlic powder, red pepper flakes, chopped rosemary leaves or sesame seed. For sweet pita chips you can use cinnamon or gingerbread spice for sprinkling....more

Healthy Pita Bread

Homemade Healthy Pita Bread is a great substitute for white Greek pita bread or white sandwich bread or toast. It is more suitable for diabetics since whole wheat or spelt flour have lower glycemic index. It is generally healthier since whole grain flour is full of nutrients and fiber. Also it makes you full longer therefore it is more suitable for people who are trying to lose weight....more

Homemade Falafel

Falafel is something that I never tried until at least college, so it is still a new food to me. This was the first time I’ve tried making it at home. ...more

Broiled Salmon in Honey Wheat Pita with Sweet and Tangy Lemon Aioli Bento Box Lunch

I’m not a big salmon fan.  Something about the taste, just never seems to appeal to me.  But I keep reading about how good salmon is for you, so I am “trying” to incorporate more of it into my diet.  So today I found honey wheat pitas on sale, and decided that I was going to use them to make a salmon sandwich.  I wanted a sauce to accompany the salmon to mask the taste, but didn’t want the sauce to be too overpowering.  As a result, I created a sweet and tangy lemon aioli sauce that went perfectly with this sandwich....more

Make an Israeli Breakfast with Salad and Pita

In traditional Israeli form, my husband and I just had an argument about what should be included in an Israeli breakfast. I insisted on hummus. My husband did that little annoying Israeli tongue-click and told me that he had never, ever seen hummus served at breakfast. He added white cheese (blech!), which would never make it to my Israeli table. In the end, he won because he pointed out that I almost never eat breakfast anyway, therefore had no leg to stand on about what was being served. ...more

I love salad in the morning, and people think that's odd. But vegetables always sound more ...more

Eyez Is Fattouch'ed Out!

 ONE DELICIOUS FATTOUCH SALAD   Do not blame God for having created the tiger, but thank Him for not having given it wings: Amharic (Ethiopia)...more

Food for Thought

Get it together Middle America. I love you, and I've lived here my whole life, but you really need to get wtih the program. What do you think of when you think of the Midwest? For native Midwesterners (as I have learned that no one loves the Midwest more than it's inhabitants) mention of the region might conjur up images of strong farmers sitting down to eat their meat and potatoes each night after working in the hot sun all day to maintain their corn fields....more

Pita Bread Recipe

This pita bread recipe yields amazingly soft and fluffy pitas. If you're in the U.S. and are used to the cardboard rounds sold at supermarkets here as "pita bread," you'll be amazed once you try the real thing. To view the full recipe, click here: Pita Bread Recipe ...more

Yes, ask her to make them! They really are SO SO good. It's the one recipe I always use when ...more