Find healthy, delicious pork roast recipes including boneless, shoulder and crockpot pork roast. Healthier recipes, from the food and nutrition experts at EatingWell.
— Read on www.eatingwell.com/recipes/19278/ingredients/meat-poultry/pork/roast/
The mother load of pork loin recipes!
We’ve taken the key ingredients of a Philly cheesesteak–onions, peppers, thinly sliced beef and provolone cheese–and piled them into portobello mushroom caps to make a meaty and satisfying low-carb main dish.
— Read on www.eatingwell.com/recipe/278595/philly-cheesesteak-stuffed-portobello-mushrooms/
In this French-style healthy soup recipe, sausage, cabbage and root vegetables simmer together to make a comforting and healthy meal. Serve the soup piping hot with grated Parmesan cheese on the side. Like most soups, the flavors are even better if it’s made a day ahead.
— Read on www.eatingwell.com/recipe/250957/sausage-cabbage-root-vegetable-soup/
Though traditional stuffed cabbage recipes are made with meat, here Savoy cabbage leaves are stuffed with a combination of rice, mushrooms, onions, garlic and herbs for a healthy vegetarian stuffed cabbage recipe. The stuffed cabbage leaves gently bake in a simple tomato sauce. This easy stuffed cabbage recipe can be made ahead of time and baked just before serving.
— Read on www.eatingwell.com/recipe/252621/vegetarian-stuffed-cabbage/
I found a lot of last minute dessert collections this Sunday evening. (Today being 08/04/2019 in case you are searching recipes by the days of my calendar.)
You might wonder what has come over me to over-do over-doing re-blogging lately?
I am rather bored with everything that is happening right now. I had a difficult couple of minor injuries in July and I have to convalesce for the entire remainder of the month of August at least, possible September. This allows me to spend more time searching internet recipes.
But I’m doing okay otherwise, I just can’t really work at my usual things.
Roasted Ginger and Rhubarb Upside Down Cake
Dessert Recipes | McCormick Gourmet
Who wouldn’t love any of these chopped salads in a ciabatta bread bun?
Chopped Salads, Summer’s Perfect Meal – FineCooking
The new definition of “roll your own!” …. Kale Wraps.
(Now you see, if this WAS my Facebook page, I’d be compelled to add: “now at McDonald’s.” I wasn’t at all happy at the fast food industry’s inclusion of vegan burgers and I went on about it on Facebook for a week or more while back. I believe vegetarian food should be segregated into its own fast food industry; that would really be divine; but to handle cheeseburger time with impossible burger time — is just cheeky and not even happy. So seriously, Kale Wraps is truly more ethical overall I think.)
Kale Turkey Wraps Recipe – EatingWell
I know that many people won’t allow themselves to change a delicious healthy cooked pasta salad, like this, from a whole wheat to another kind of pasta, because it’s some kind of failed vow in the cosmos. Diets and health plans that work out in the cosmos, rarely help us when we’re trying to help ourselves and not the cosmos: otherwise, kudos. (I pretend to know anything about any topic frequently and refuse to say why; probably because, I don’t have a good reason.)
But just for the case of sounding convincing, I could make an assumption for myself and anyone, that, if you changed, whole wheat pasta to no-gluten pasta, or else to spinach pasta, or even tri-colore pasta — you are advancing in the race of a healthy pasta dish and not having to indulge all the dehydrating glutens, however fulfilling, that healthy whole wheat lends to a diet. It’s a wonderful formula for energy and digestion, but it doesn’t solve everyone’s demands to eat well enough to finish right in the culinary column of what is good for you — you have to eat what you like; seriously, that was the entire post here for me, to have tried to say that, it’s a shame to toss off excellent good-for-you recipes, especially pasta recipes, because you can’t fulfill the whole song and story of it.
I don’t have a whole lot of confidence in wheat pasta as being the healthiest alternative — it has a great deal of gluten and sugars in it, and reduced starches enough, and however, that reduce caloric intake and that’s all; so for that matter, it can be considered healthy. But it’s healthier just to reduce the oleo resin of the pasta (dish) overall and stick to regular durum flour wheat pasta. (Just a thought.)
Grilled Eggplant & Tomato Pasta Recipe – EatingWell