V-8 Soup – Easy Vegetable Soup for the Freezer

November 23, 2015 Carrie Hill 0

Share List This soup is one that is super easy to throw together and offers a great way to use up vegetables you might have over stocked on.  You can also supplement with frozen or canned if you feel the need.  Mom likes to add a can of black beans for added fiber and protein – I try to keep it LOW fat and low cal – so adding calories >> Get the Recipe!

Wild Rice, Orzo & Mushroom Pasta

September 14, 2015 Carrie Hill 0

Share List Yum! I love wild rice – a love that probably traces back to my upbringing in northern Minnesota. My grandpa used to harvest wild rice and we always had it in the pantry. These days it’s a bit harder to find, and more expensive – but it’s SO WORTH IT! First you must endure a little lesson about wild rice – because it is one of my favorite >> Get the Recipe!

Easy Italian Mozzarella Chicken Recipe

September 6, 2015 Marge 0

Share List I’m always looking for ways to eat chicken that are a) tasty; b) healthful; and c) not grilled chicken breast.  To be honest, chicken breast is probably my least favorite cut – I’m a thigh girl.  But sometimes they’re on sale – or that’s what you have – so here’s a great recipe to transform a dry, boring chicken breast into a yummy dinner. This is a fairly >> Get the Recipe!

Chicken Cabbage Stir Fry

August 21, 2015 Carrie Hill 0

Share List I am always on the lookout for low calorie, fast, simple, and tasty recipes – and this one is a winner.  Fast, tasty, and flexible – use it to clean out the fridge and use up the odds and ends in your veggie drawer.

Making Gamey Game Taste Great

June 22, 2015 Carrie Hill 1

Share List I have – over the years – had a love-dislike relationship with Elk and Venison from Colorado.  It’s not the corn/grain fed venison of my youth in Minnesota, which I always thought was beef.  My husband and son are both hunters, and last year we had TWO elk harvested within a week or so of each other.  My husband got a 4×5 bull – my son a 2yo >> Get the Recipe!

Zoodle Caprese Salad

April 30, 2015 Carrie Hill 0

Share List I. Love. Caprese. Salad – but making it for a crowd can be a bit of a pain – and expensive if you want really good tomatoes & mozzarella.  This salad combines a new technique – zoodles – with a classic salad.  I don’t have a spiralizer, so I use a julienne peeler on the zucchini – which makes nice matchstick strips. I buy the small balls of >> Get the Recipe!