To’Fish Fillet

I would have never been inspired to make this dish if it wasn't for my trip to Denver recently. I'm talking about my wonderful meals at City O' City. I've had plenty of the type of fried fish fillet sandwich with cheese and soft breading we know and love. I'm not ashamed to admit that [...]

Colcannon

This recipe was inspired by two things.  I first noticed this recipe from Bizarre Foods Delicious Destinations: Dublin.  It looked simple and interesting and I felt I could make a healthier version without too much trouble.  The other inspiration was a coworker of mine, who now walks with me at lunch.  She told me about [...]

Split Pea and Broccoli Soup with Turkey

Since I have this lovely turkey frame from my Thanksgiving in July post, I figured I'd better make something from it.  This will be the third meal I get from this turkey.  The breast went to extra protein for Tony.  The dark meat ended up in the Mexican Turkey Stew.  Now the leftover turkey frame [...]

Vegetarian Sloppy Joes with Spaghetti Squash

I love sloppy joes.  Who doesn't?  I remember my Mom making these for us all the time when we were kids.  They weren't all that healthy either.  Greasy ground beef and cheese with a sugary thick tomato sauce.  It was good.  I loved it, but these days eating like that has gone the way of [...]

Your Level Best Version of Moroccan Beef Stew

Original Recipe from Very Well: Slow Cooker Moroccan Beef Stew This recipe didn't need too much of a makeover.  Around our house, we love beef stew and we love international flavors.  This beef stew recipe has that.  The calories weren't too bad as was the protein and vitamin A.  The tomatoes had to go.  Here [...]

Hi I’m Kerry and I’ve overtrained.

  Hi I'm Kerry and I've overtrained. Yes I did. It’s hard to believe that anyone these days overtrains. With the obesity issue being what it is, why is this even a problem. Well, it is and it’s easier than you think to do. It’s also dangerous. Hence, why I wanted to tell my story [...]