Thursday, October 31, 2019

How to Cut Garlic for Greater Health Benefits



How to cut garlic coreectly

Garlic is good for you right? But did you know you have to cut it the right way to get the benefits!

I love to use garlic in my cooking and I appreciate the health benefits that fresh garlic offers, but I didn't know there was a correct way to prep garlic to get its full health benefits. Read what to do!


Monday, October 28, 2019

Wordless Wednesday - Halloween in the Neighborhood


I was taking a walk through my son's neighborhood and took some photos of 
Halloween decorations and some fall scenes on his street. 
Scroll down to see them all !

Happy Halloween and Fall  


Thursday, October 24, 2019

Quick Peanut Butter Oatmeal-Weight Watchers Style




It is surprising how filling, healthy, and delicious a simple oatmeal recipe can be.
Breakfast recipes do not have to be complicated, time consuming, or unusual to warrant a post.
Sometimes you may be looking for quick and simple with an interesting twist-! Peanut Butter Powder !!


Saturday, October 19, 2019

Golden Lentil Soup- Instant Pot or Not







It's Fall and that means it's soup weather!!

I have quite a stash of lentil soup recipes, but this one is special. Why? It's made with two kinds of lentils- red lentils and brown lentils. The two varieties of lentils create a unique flavor and interesting soup. In addition it's flavored with turmeric, a golden spice now recognized for its anti-inflammatory properties.


Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Wordless Wednesday- Jerusalem

I visited Israel this past May. Here are some of the scenes from the old city of Jerusalem
Old City Jerusalem, Israel


Sunday, October 13, 2019

Lebanese Moussaka



Do you love Middle Eastern cooking? I do, and this Lebanese Moussaka is fabulous! It's entirely different than the more commonly known Greek Moussaka, and there is a reason why!!

Friday, October 11, 2019

Acorn Squash with Apple Casserole

It's fall and I making baked corn squash with sweet apple casserole which makes a perfect side with what ever you are eating. It contains so delicate flavors that are sure to perk up your meal! Read how I make it.

acorn squash and apple casserole @ www.realfoodblogger.com


Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Halloween Decor and Recipes

                     Welcome to Wordless Wednesday on Tuesday Halloween Decor + Recipes


Check out my Halloween and Fall Recipes Below and Decoration


Saturday, October 5, 2019

Tomato Dal Soup - Americanized



Wow! This easy to make plant based Indian dal (soup) has lots of flavor, protein, fiber, and valuable nutrients!Tomato  dal is traditionally made from a whitish yellow colored split pea- called toor dal.
Toor dal is commonly used in Indian cooking; You can substitute easy to find yellow split peas instead. When I eat my dal as a soup, I add more broth otherwise eat it as a side dish over rice.
See how I made this warming, delicious soup!

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