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All in good time, my pretty, all in good time...All in good time, my pretty, all in good time... Welcome! Time is precious, so why spend all of it slaving in front of the stove? This is a group for recipes that will make a delicious meals in 30 minutes or less. Enjoy your time elsewhere!

Crab & Scallop Chowder warm and comforting

Posted By dessertgeek on Jan 15, 2012 at 4:19PM

This post was originally publish as Fresh Fish, Part 2 on Laurel On Health Food
This is a perfect meal for the winter time. It’s warm and comforting and great to pair with a small salad or serving of green vegetables. I used fresh lump crab meat and frozen wild-caught scallops which were also super fresh. Frozen seafood can be a great resource when you buy from high-quality suppliers. The frozen wild scallops I got from Whole Foods were amazingly fresh. Try these recipes:

Crab & Scallop Chowder

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Yesterday I shared my recipe for a grilled sea bass sandwich with sriracha mayo in the Fresh Fish, Part 1 post. Today I’ve got a make-you-drool crab and scallop chowder. This is a perfect meal for the winter time. It’s warm and comforting and great to pair with a small salad or serving of green Continue reading →

Crab & Scallop Chowder perfect for the winter time

Posted By dessertgeek on Jan 15, 2012 at 4:13PM

This post was originally publish as Fresh Fish, Part 2 on Laurel On Health Food

This is a perfect meal for the winter time. It’s warm and comforting and great to pair with a small salad or serving of green vegetables. I used fresh lump crab meat and frozen wild-caught scallops which were also super fresh. Frozen seafood can be a great resource when you buy from high-quality suppliers. The frozen wild scallops I got from Whole Foods were amazingly fresh. Try these recipes:

Fresh Fish, Part 2

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Yesterday I shared my recipe for a grilled sea bass sandwich with sriracha mayo in the Fresh Fish, Part 1 post. Today I’ve got a make-you-drool crab and scallop chowder. This is a perfect meal for the winter time. It’s warm and comforting and great to pair with a small salad or serving of green Continue reading →

Quick and Easy Veggie Breakfast Burrito

Posted By dessertgeek on Jan 8, 2012 at 3:23AM

leafy green vegetables such as spinach and kale are loaded with fiber and lutein, a carotenoid which has been found to reduce LDL cholesterol particles and help prevent heart disease with its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant powers. Try these recipes: Veggie Breakfast Burrito
Veggie Breakfast Burrito (makes 2 burritos)
Veggie Breakfast Burrito
The best way to improve your cholesterol levels and reduce your risk of heart disease is to change your diet and lifestyle. Eat a whole foods, plant-based diet and incorporate exercise and stress-relieving activities into your daily routine. I made a list of the best cholesterol lowering foods in 2007. It’s time for an update! Here’s my new 2012 list of the Top 14 Foods that Lower Cholesterol with the latest research and recommendations from nutrition experts:

Zucchini-Chickpea Sandwiches

Posted By dessertgeek on Oct 5, 2011 at 5:35PM

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I was flipping through the September issue of Whole Living magazine last week and came across an awesome recipe for Zucchini Patty Sandwiches, a recipe by Shira Bocar. They looked scrumptious, and I knew I wanted to make them. I looooove falafel and these patties are a fun twist on a Middle Eastern favorite. I [...]

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Chocolate Sponge Cake

Posted By BrandHonney on May 20, 2009 at 7:44AM

Delicious taste, you should try ;)

New-Look Scalloped Potatoes and Ham

Posted By eastcoastgirl on Apr 14, 2009 at 8:50AM

New-Look Scalloped Potatoes and Ham,a nice recipe in a hurry!

Yummy pink bean soup

Posted By TheUrbanMommy82 on May 13, 2008 at 1:17PM

I made this in only a few minutes and it came out really good. My husband is Puertoriccan so we have Spanish brands in our house, but substitutes are easy to find and I will note them for you.

Makes 4 srv.
Needed:

1 can GOYA Pink beans in sauce (try to find this if you can, it makes a big difference. If you can't then add half a can of tomato paste and a little more of all the seasonings to can of pink beans.)

1 half of an onion, chopped

1 Chorizo Sausage chopped (you can use cubed bacon instead about 1/4 cup).

1 Chopped tomato

1 Tbs minced garlic (I used the kind in the jar pre-chopped)

2 Tbs salsa verde

1 chicken bouillon block + 1 1/2 cups water

1 tsp smoked paprika

1 tsp (or more to taste) chili powder (I used the spicy kind)

1 Tbs chopped cilantro (or 2 Tbs cilantro sauce)

shredded cheddar cheese for topping

Add all the ingredients to pot, cover on med. heat and let simmer for 10-15 min, stirring occasionally. Serve in bowl with some cheddar cheese sprinkled on top.

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Fusilli with Swiss Chard, Garbanzo Beans, and Bacon

Posted By Heidi Pepin on May 13, 2008 at 8:34AM

In just under 30 minutes, you can have a delicious, healthy meal for 4. I'd probably exchange the chard for spinach and add some feta, but still, I'm salivating!

For picture and nutritional info: http://www.goodhousekeeping.com/recipefinder/fusilli-swiss-chard-garbanz...

Antipasto Wraps

Posted By Heidi Pepin on Apr 23, 2008 at 6:27AM

I'm not a huge fan of olives, but if you cut them out, this meal looks delicious! And it comes together quickly with all the good flavors of antipasto.

Caesar Orange Roughy

Posted By Heidi Pepin on Apr 17, 2008 at 5:56PM

We tried this recipe and it's definitely going to make it into our usual rotation. Absolutely delicious and incredibly easy. I made it using tilapia instead of orange roughy, and the flavors were just amazing. Loved it!