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Ready to go protein

Monday 14 February 2011 . (1)

“Cream” of Chicken soup

This soup is fantastic with a side salad of avocado and grape tomatoes drizzled with with balsamic vinegar and olive oil.  If you want to get a headstart on the preparation, place the broth, water, and potatoes in a slow cooker and set on low before you go out for ...

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Apple Sauce Meatloaf

Monday 7 February 2011 . (0)

Adding a very few pantry ingredients turns a burger mixture into a sweet/savory meatloaf that will wait for you in your freezer for up to 6 weeks. Be sure to wrap up tightly with foil from the bottom up and place in the fridge to thaw for 24-48 hours before baking. This way, any drips. Continue Reading…

Mini Meatballs

Monday 7 February 2011 . (0)

Mini Meatballs use the same mixture as burgers so why wouldn’t you leverage your efforts?!  They can be made, frozen raw and then baked in the time it takes to boil water for pasta. It is just that easy to toss whole wheat pasta with olive oil or tomato sauce and top with meatballs for. Continue Reading…

Turkey Tortellini Salad

Saturday 29 January 2011 . (0)

Come on, admit it, you have pasta at least twice a week.  At least this way, it will be whole wheat pasta that is cheese filled for extra fibre and protein.  Tossing in your own tomatoes instead of tomato sauce helps you control the salt and the lean turkey you cooked yesterday bumps up the. Continue Reading…

Steamed Dim Sum Buns

Monday 17 January 2011 . (0)

Start with ready to go protein simmered ribs or other cooked pork. The filling is simple and sweet and steaming beats pan frying but either is possible.  The only ingredients you really need are the won-ton wrappers and some bok choy. I’d bet everything else is in your pantry. Fine Chinese at your fingertips and. Continue Reading…

Frittata avec Poulet et Chevre

Wednesday 12 January 2011 . (0)

Start with cooked chicken It just sounds fancier in French but it is really just an omelet that is started on the stovetop and then popped into the oven so you can continue on with all the other things you have to do! It couldn’t be easier; this meal uses a little leftover chicken and. Continue Reading…


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