All Blog Posts Tagged 'Food' (47)

lemon chicken fettucini

2 tbsp olive oil

1kg chicken

4 cloves garlic, mashed

4 cup (1l) water

250g fettucini pasta

2 lemons, squeeze and rind
1 tbsp chicken stock powder

Read more here http://www.bubblews.com/news/7427796-lemon-chicken-fettucini

Added by Kerry wilson on September 16, 2014 at 11:34am — No Comments

5 Things My Italian Parents Taught Me About Food

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My parents doing what they loved most, cooking a good meal.

Like many adult children, the older I get, the more time I spend reflecting on my parents' life and the many traditions they passed along to me and my siblings. Raised in Chicago, my parents were Italian-Americans who grew up with the same traditions that have been passed down in…

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Added by Lisa Lori on February 21, 2014 at 4:08pm — No Comments

To-Know-Me-Tuesday #2

There is no doubt that I love food. I love to eat it...to study it...to smell it. I'm not too picky; there are few foods that I will absolutely not eat but other than that I am pretty much open. For this week's To-Know-Me, I'm going to list some of my favorite foods to eat. Because,…

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Added by Brittney Ortiz on January 28, 2014 at 9:27pm — No Comments

Mmmmm Dad's Brownie Sundae

We love food and each Friday on our blog we feature a favorite Disney Food.   We welcome all types of food posts, it doesn't have to be Disney related.   Enjoy our latest treat here.....

http://disneydaybyday.com/favorite-food-friday-dads-brownie-sundae/

Added by Sean @DisneyDayByDay on August 2, 2013 at 11:14am — No Comments

Eat Your Veggies! Beyond Potatoes, Peas and Carrots

By Anne-Marie Kovacs, Chief Wife & By Audrey van Petegem, Chief Editor

 The Succulent Wife is proud to be a program ambassador working with HumanaVitality®. By integrating rewards with healthy behaviors, HumanaVitality provides the tools and support necessary to help Humana…

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Added by The Succulent Wife on June 12, 2013 at 8:00am — No Comments

Eat Your Veggies! Beyond Potatoes, Peas and Carrots

By Anne-Marie Kovacs, Chief Wife & By Audrey van Petegem, Chief Editor

 The Succulent Wife is proud to be a program ambassador working with HumanaVitality®. By integrating rewards with healthy behaviors, HumanaVitality provides the tools and support necessary to help Humana…

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Added by The Succulent Wife on June 12, 2013 at 8:00am — No Comments

Food, Calories and Metabolism

Understanding how your body will use the calories you consume can help you in setting up your nutritional program. Simply counting calories will not lead to body fat loss.

Not all foods are burned completely to produce energy. Some of them are only partially degraded to provide building blocks to support repair and growth. 

Generally speaking, the calories coming from protein are used to maintenance, repair and growth of new tissue and organs. 

Calories from…

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Added by Celinet Ortiz on June 7, 2013 at 8:24pm — No Comments

Breakfast - Most Important Meal of the Day

When I worked in our elementary school district, one of the most heartbreaking things I dealt with were the kids who came to school hungry.  Our school didn’t offer a lunch program, but it wouldn’t have mattered anyway.  Our school didn’t have “cooking” equipment.  We basically only had ovens to heat up processed…

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Added by Penny Roach on April 1, 2013 at 8:00am — No Comments

Supermodel Mommy Diet

SUPERMODEL MOMMY DIET!

Source: Samelia's…

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Added by Samelia's World! on November 8, 2012 at 12:47pm — No Comments

Cheesecake Filled Strawberries

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Added by Melissa Kandah on August 28, 2012 at 9:51am — 2 Comments

Homemade Baby Food Menu Planner

After my post "My Homemade Baby Food Making Plan" I received requests for more details into my process.  Well ask and you shall receive.  I have broken down fruits, veggies and grains into Flavors, Flats and Fillers.  In the early months I would give him a single selection (starter fruits…

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Added by Christy Lingo on July 21, 2012 at 9:30am — No Comments

My Homemade Baby Food Making Plan

I've had a couple of friends recently ask me how I find the time to make homemade baby food.  I try to explain it's not necessarily a matter of finding time but making the most of the time you have available to make the food.  Which of course means I have have an organized plan when I sit down to make the food...'cause…

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Added by Christy Lingo on April 24, 2012 at 12:55pm — No Comments

Is an "Organic / Eco-Friendly / Green" life style important to you?

Good Morning All!

Trying to get better at "blogging" here but with all of the other stuff of being a business owner and mommy, life gets really busy!

I have been posting on Facebook and Twitter information about "Organics" and/or Eco-Friendly stuff.  I try to focus as much as possible on keeping an "organic" house.  And that does mean different things to different people.  It seems to be a rather "hot and/or trendy" topic now a days and the more I learn about it, the more…

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Added by Patty Gatter on April 16, 2012 at 9:59am — No Comments

Meal Plan Week 3

Happy weekend, folks!  This week's meal plan is brought to you by the great meat sale at Safeway this week.  While I don't have any soups this week, I have primarily casseroles, so I'm still not using a lot of meat.  I'm also trying to utilize products already in my pantry, so that I can stock up on a bit of the meat that's on sale.  I'm running low on some kinds of meat in my freezer-which is actually normal for this time of the year.  We'll start seeing pork going on sale soon, and…

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Added by Annie Sullivan on January 21, 2012 at 9:00am — No Comments

When Dinner Fails

Who here has never burned dinner?  Show of hands, please?  Great, no hands.

Has anyone ever misread a recipe and ended up with something not fit for man nor beast?  Oh look, lots of hands there!

Have you ever forgot to take a crucial dinner ingredient out to thaw, or forgotten to pick it up at the store?  Yes, I thought so.

Ever set your kitchen on fire, rendering your stove inoperable? No?  Just me, then.

I've had all of those…

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Added by Annie Sullivan on January 20, 2012 at 12:17pm — No Comments

In the Backwoods Kitchen 1/16/12

Last week in the Backwoods Kitchen didn't turn out quite the way I wanted it to.  First, my husband was home most of the week, which means helping him on large projects rather than focusing on smaller things that can wait.  Also, I've been majorly sleep deprived this week-which I'm sure most of you mothers, and many of you fathers, who are reading this, can empathize with.  I also became obsessed with cleaning my walls.  Since we use a wood stove for heat, the walls get grimy fairly…

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Added by Annie Sullivan on January 16, 2012 at 12:08pm — No Comments

Meal Plan Week 1

My meal plan for this week is a little challenging. For a long time I've been doing the Sunday through Saturday plan, and I never changed it when my husband got a job that left him on call every day but Sunday, meaning that was the only day I could really count on to be able to go grocery shopping. Which left me in a fog come Sunday morning, trying to decide what to do for breakfast and lunch. It's not that it never occurred to me to change it, it's that it never occurred to me. Apparently,…

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Added by Annie Sullivan on January 11, 2012 at 5:00am — No Comments

Ten Things I'm Taking Out of My Pantry in 2012

I have always tried to feed my family healthy foods.  Tried being the keyword.  Cost is usually an issue for many families when they are trying to feed their families the best, and we have been no different.  Moving to the backwoods reinforced this commitment for me, and I'm bound and determined to buy, and grow, the healthiest food possible for my family.  I realize this will be an area that we will have to continue to grow in, but I'm all for that.



Here's my list of things I…

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Added by Annie Sullivan on January 10, 2012 at 5:00am — No Comments

Groceries On A Shoestring: Setting A Grocery Budget

Welcome to the first post in my new Groceries on a Shoestring series!  Today I'm talking about how to set your grocery budget.

Setting a grocery budget can be a challenge for any family.  If you're dealing with financial issues that mean you need to cut costs, it can be even harder.  Cutting costs can be a challenge while you're trying to maintain healthy foods.  As we get further into the series, we will be discussing ways to make your meals healthier while still keeping your…

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Added by Annie Sullivan on January 9, 2012 at 5:00am — No Comments

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