• Tips for Deboning Chicken

    September 17, 2012teresaambra

    Tips for Deboning Chicken provides step-by-step pictures and directions for deboning a chicken. If you aren’t in a time crunch, it’s a great way to provide healthy meals for your family and a greatly reduced cost. Scattered throughout the post are pictures of recipes I’ve actually made with the deboned chicken or chicken broth. I…

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  • Hungarian Goulash

    September 16, 2012teresaambra

    Hungarian Goulash is a fabulous old-world recipe with stew beef, tomatoes, peppers, onions, garlic, paprika, marjoram and caraway seeds. It’s served over noodles. It’s terrific for weeknight suppers.

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  • Homemade Rolls or Bread

    September 15, 2012teresaambra

    Homemade Rolls or Bread are the most delicious rolls you will ever taste. These rolls are on the sweeter side and taste like Hawaiian Rolls. These rolls are superb and great for holiday meals or any time you want to make Homemade Rolls or Bread.

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  • Chicken and Biscuit Casserole

    September 15, 2012teresaambra

    This amazing Chicken Casserole has always been our favorite. It’s filled with veggies, noodles, and topped with biscuits and cheese. The sauce starts with a can of Golden Mushroom soup and cheese. Great dish for company.

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  • Greek Tomato Salad

    September 15, 2012teresaambra

    This lovely Greek-type salad has an amazing homemade marinade that makes this salad really special. It’s terrific for potlucks, backyard barbecues and summer holiday fun like Memorial Day or Labor Day. Gluten free.

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  • Cake Batter Blondies

    September 15, 2012teresaambra

    Cake Batter Blondies are ooey, gooey and delicious. These lovely bars start with a cake mix and use white chocolate chips and sprinkles.

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  • Swiss Steak

    September 12, 2012teresaambra

    Swiss Steak is smothered with stewed tomatoes, onions, celery and bell peppers. It’s baked slowly making it very tender. Baking eliminates oil making it much lower calorie and healthier than the classic way of preparing this recipe. Terrific for family or company dinners. This version is gluten free.

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  • Red Lobster’s Cheddar Bay Biscuits

    September 11, 2012teresaambra

    Amazing copycat recipe of Red Lobster’s famous Cheddar Bay Biscuits. These cheese-filled biscuits have a tasty garlic-parsley butter glaze that makes these biscuits sensational. One bite will have you hooked on these biscuits forever! Terrific for family, company or holiday dinners like Mother’s Day or Father’s Day.

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  • Snickerdoodle Bread

    September 8, 2012teresaambra

    This delicious sweet bread is filled with cinnamon and cinnamon chips then topped with cinnamon sugar. It’s reminiscent of Snickerdoodle cookies! It’s terrific for holiday, company or weekend breakfasts. Every bite will have you drooling!

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  • Spring Mix with Peaches, Walnuts and Feta

    September 7, 2012teresaambra

    Luscious green salad with fruit that’s great for the summer holidays when peaches ripen. This one includes feta cheese and toasted walnuts and is gluten free.

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  • Zucchini Parmesan

    September 7, 2012teresaambra

    This lovely vegetable dish is great for Meatless Mondays. It’s filling, satisfying and wonderful comfort food. Zucchini is breaded with Italian bread crumbs and then baked until tender. Then the zucchini is layered between spaghetti sauce and parmesan cheese. The result is phenomenal!

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  • Baked Turkey Cutlet Parmesan

    September 7, 2012teresaambra

    This lovely main dish uses sliced turkey cutlets breaded with Italian bread crumbs, seasonings and parmesan cheese.

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  • Honey Whole Wheat Bread

    September 6, 2012teresaambra

    Wonderful homemade bread recipe that can be made healthier with freshly ground wheat flours, honey instead of sugar, and butter instead of shortening.

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  • Gluten Intolerance

    September 6, 2012teresaambra

    Gluten Intolerance is affecting more and more people in America. I love home made bread! There is nothing quite like it. I’m not talking about the cheater’s kind that I make in my breadmaker! I’m talking about the bread you actually have to hand knead! The loaves turn out so soft and wonderful in texture.…

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  • Healthy Snacks and Nutrition 101

    September 5, 2012teresaambra

    Part of the keys to maintaining weight loss is building healthy snacks into your diet and meal plan. Practically, though, you also need to build healthy snacks that you will actually eat! I love zucchini and I’ll eat it in salads or cooked as a veggie or in stir fry, but I’m not going to…

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