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Gourmet DIY The Fairy Tale Diet Way 3 of 5

Some people are meat lovers, others fish or fowl… but I love the power of vegetables!

With all this cold weather moving in I figured this would be the perfect time to cook up a nice pot of hot, delicious vegetable soup.  This program lends itself to this chore easily!

My DH loves coming home on snowy days when the house is blanketed under white fluff, opening the door and be wrapped in the alluring fragrance of this soup we are sharing with you today.

The Fairy Tale Diet only uses certain veggies, but they can be mixed dozens of ways, although we are using them in this soup, you could even toss in beans, salmon, tuna, chicken or turkey, or all at the same time… just not today!

Let me tell you why we chose the veggies we did:

Broccoli, Zucchini, Green Beans and Celery are America’s favorite vegetables because they tastes good and are available all year-long in one form or another. They are a rich source of vitamin A, vitamin C, and bone-building vitamin K, and have plenty of fiber to fill you up and help control your weight. Many people know that beta-carotene (vitamin A) is not just found in orange and yellow vegetables, but that broccoli is an excellent source. You can eat all four of these vegetables raw, lightly steamed, stir-fried, roasted, boiled or grilled. Eat them as a side dish, or tossed into noodles, egg dishes, soups, and salads, a minimum of 2 servings every day.

Sweet potatoes or Yams are yummy members of the dark orange vegetable family, and they lead the pack in vitamin A content. Substitute a baked sweet potato, which is also loaded with vitamin C, calcium, and potassium for a baked white potato. Instead of adding butter or sugar, try Walden Farms Maple Syrup or their Marshmallow Dip, or taste the sweetness that develops when a sweet potato is cooked — and think of all the calories you can save by not loading it with all that fatting butter and sour cream.  Also avoid the salt! If you eat more foods like sweet potatoes that are rich sources of potassium, and fewer high-sodium foods, we can stop or radically slow down the effect of sodium on blood pressure and reduce bone loss. The other dark orange vegetables you can substitute into this diet at least twice a week include pumpkin, carrots, butternut squash, and orange bell peppers.

By eating our ‘manna’ vegetables and fruit you will be getting essential vitamins, minerals, fiber and phytonutrients (plant-nutrients) that your body needs to promote good health. Toss some in a blender and make them into juice.  If you want to punch the flavor try adding any of Walden Farms dressing. That makes it so easy to get these key vitamins and nutrients in one delicious drink. Every 8 ounce glass of vegetable juice equals one serving in the Fairy Tale Diet.

As you grew up you may have been told to eat your greens, but what about your  oranges?

The more different vegetables you eat, the more health-promoting properties you are getting.  They help curb your appetite too.

Vegetable juice should be a part of your weight maintenance or weight loss program. Check out the FREE RECIPE at the end of this blog… sure it’s for soup but every soup is just chunky juice, which can be very delicious and easy to make by tossing in a blender. Start your day with vegetable Juice and you are on your way. The Fairy Tale Diet is designed for on-the-go or at-home eating and offers lots of no calorie, no carb, no fat, delicious gourmet choices.

  • Are you aware that vitamins A and C are necessary for healthy skin? When you eat your vegetables that are rich in antioxidant vitamins A and C you will be supporting collagen production and skin renewal.
  • To maintain healthy skin cells throughout the body you must have vitamin A.
  • Collagen helps provide structure to our bodies, and connects soft tissue to our bones. Vitamin C is needed to make collagen in the body.

 

As one that suffers from Fibromyalgia, I believe everyone else with it should absolutely be getting at least the minimum required amounts of vegetables, in my humble opinion of course.

As for those of us with heart problems…

  • Low sodium dishes is heart-healthy, we try NOT to use any added salt!
  • Vegetables are an excellent source of potassium
  • Naturally fat and cholesterol free, vegetables are the way to go!

 

We made sure that the Fairy Tale Diet has foods that are a good source of potassium and low in sodium to cut the risk of high blood pressure and stroke.  I am a walking example of the benefits these veggies give after having had first hand experience with those deadly culprits.

Dr. Ben Kim, of Juice Advisor,  is regularly about the fastest and easiest way to get healthier. Without hesitation he says vegetable juice. Dr. Kim studied at the University of Toronto then went on to earn his doctor of chiropractic degree at National University of Sciences in 1997.  He proudly graduated summa cum laude, and joined multi-disciplinary clinics in Alaska, California, and Ontario.  Today, he lives and works in Ontario, Canada with his family.  He also is devoted to spreading the secrets that the diet industry does not want you to know.

The late Jack LaLanne was among the first to dispute the propaganda of the diet industry and tried to convince the public for decades that healthy eating was the way to a long life, not packaged or chemically treated foods.  He advertised his ‘Vegi-matic’ for juicing before it was ever popular to juice!  He was an American fitness, exercise, and nutritional expert, celebrity, lecturer, and motivational speaker who was widely referred to as “The Godfather of Fitness”. He was quoted with the following statements:

  • Your waistline is your lifeline.
  • Don’t exceed the feed limit.
  • The food you eat today is walking and talking tomorrow.
  • Ten seconds on the lips and a lifetime on the hips.
  • Your health account is like your bank account: The more you put in, the more you can take out.
  • It’s not what you do some of the time that counts, it’s what you do all the time that counts.
  • Eat right and you can’t go wrong.

We all know someone who is sold out on eating healthy… and we turn a deaf ear to them, as if they were preaching the word of G*d. It is too true!  These two great believers are/were right!

I do not even deserve to walk in their shadows but I believe just as strongly as they.  Conviction is what motivates anyone to success!

Look at it this way: If you are overweight, you did it to yourself.  No one held you down day after day and shoved poisonous amounts and types of food down your throat! 

If anyone had even attempted such a thing you would have been kicking and screaming!

Start mentally kicking and screaming at yourself.  Stop what you are doing… walk away without a backward glance… say goodbye forever to that person, that lifestyle and break clean, once and for all!!!!

Are you convicted yet to walk away from habits that are killing you in order to live a life of health and delight in a new body?

Follow me… life can be a dream come true with the Fairy Tale Diet!

Start right this second, commit to it!

Go in the kitchen, your desk drawers, your purse and coat pockets, and everywhere else you have stuffed any kind of food that is not on the Fairy Tale Diet and toss them into a box… and either toss them in the garbage or give them away!

Then, if you are not too upset with my up front, in your face, attitude, (and I do not apologize, ‘cause it’s for your own good) make yourself a cup of tea, broth, soup, anything liquid, warm and good for you, slowly sip it and join me as we make positive healthy changes… together!

Today the weather is yucky. When the rain or snow is falling outside I just love to curl up on the couch, with a good book, or a classic ‘tear jerker’ move (Jane Austin books and films are my favorite) while sipping on a hot, delicious cup of tea or soup.  The versatility of soup is wonderful.  The FREE RECIPE for today can be tweaked with the noodles, beans, fish or fowl. You can add more or less of each veggie to soup your taste.  At Walden Farms you can try every different dip, salad dressing, pasta sauce, barbecue sauce or anything there that calls to you!  Some times it is nice to just have a plain and simple, yet delicious cup of soup. That is what we are making today. I just love it! 

Soup

  • 1 cup of orange bell peppers, diced
  • 1 cup of broccoli, chopped
  • 1 onion, chopped
  • 2 carrots, chopped
  • 2 zucchini, diced
  • 1 cup celery, diced
  • 1 (14.5 ounce) can green beans
  • 1 pinch ground ginger
  • 2 cloves garlic, crushed
  • ground black pepper to taste

Directions

  1. In a large stew pot, over medium heat, toss in all the vegetables, with their water and an extra 4 cups of water. Season with ginger and pepper. Reduce heat to low and let simmer 1 hour or stir until the carrots are tender.

Looking for more ways to support your healthy lifestyle? For great tips on gourmet DIY, eating well, living well, being fit, No/Low Calorie, No/Low Fat, No/Low carb, super fast dishes and FREE RECIPES… keep coming back.

This is another posting from Granny’s’ Gourmet DIY and the Fairy Tale Diet!

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Granny

 

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Gourmet DIY – The Fairy Tale Diet Way 2 of 5

Before we focus on the promised posting…

Drum roll pleeeeease……..

This is the day I have looked forward to for so very long…

Please join me in my personal celebration!

On January 1st, 2011 I weighed in at 307 pounds!  I sat down and cried, not because I wore the biggest dress size I ever had, but because I knew what I needed to do and refused. I was literally “pushed out of shape”.

I like millions of you made that fateful New Years Resolution! This time I was in it for the long run.  I made a kind of super-duper commitment to myself, for myself, ‘till death do I part!

Today… I have weighed in at…  248 pounds! Thank you, Thank you!!!  I made it under 250 pounds!!!!

Yes! I have lost 59 pounds in 476 days (68 weeks), or 1.15 pounds per week… slow but stead proof that The Fairy Tale Diet works.

I must admit that DH has a big influence in my actions… and the fact that I have Fibromyalgia, Osteoarthritis, Hashimoto’s, Phibitus, Crohn’s, and have had high blood pressure, 2 heart attacks, a stroke, and last February was told I was boarder-line diabetic.

I have to continue on with this program. Today I received the news that I have that diabetes thing under control, have had no flair ups from Crohn’s for months and I no longer need high blood pressure meds.

Winter is upon us, with its parade of holidays and eating rituals past.  To get through them we stayed focused.  Right here, right now, I vow to cut enough calories from my intake to reach 225 pounds by August 1st, 2012. When I reach 175 pounds I will post my photo! (even if the med charts say that for my height I should weigh between 110-125 pounds.)

I will now start to give you monthly updates as close to the first of each month as I can remember…. Duh.

I will make it with your support and The Fairy Tale Diet. (I have so far. LOL) One of my favorite items in this program is the noodles. 

Let me get back on track now and tell you about The Fairy Tale Diet and those noodles:

    • The Miracle Noodles are so healthy! Available in many shapes and textures. Eat no more than 3 a day. They have no calories, no fat, and no gluten, nothing negative. They play the starring role of fiber in our diets. This noodle is made mainly of soluble fiber. Soluble fiber acts to slow digestion. By doing this, it allows for the slower absorption of glucose and is the reason behind its beneficial effects in diabetes. The soluble fiber found in the Miracle Noodle slows digestion and prolongs the sensation of fullness and is an essential part of any weight loss program. You also absorb more nutrients in the foods you eat with the Miracle Noodle due to the slowing of digestion. By replacing or supplementing at least one meal per day with these noodles you will definitely raise your needed fiber intake and dramatically lower your total calorie intake. They just may be one reason my Crohn’s’. Soluble fiber binds bile acids that are secreted from the gall bladder. These bile acids have cholesterol in them and are bound up by the soluble fiber in the Miracle Noodle and then excreted. These noodles help with diabetes because, by slowing the digestive process, there is a slower absorption of glucose, which then requires a slower release of insulin from the pancreas, which aids in the normalization of blood glucose after eating a meal. (Thus my lowered blood pressure, and my cleared diabetes report.)  The folks at Miracle Noodles are committed to providing the highest quality shiitake, konnyaku, shirataki noodles, non tofu noodles, non soy noodles, non soy shirataki to an ever-expanding market of people on low carb diets, Atkins Diet, and “foodies” looking for novelty and zero calorie pasta in their home cooking. Their shiitake noodles made from the konnyaku imo plant are of the highest quality. They have the largest selection and wide variety of shirataki noodles on the market. I am now more convinced than ever that by utilizing these noodles with the Fairy Tale Diet we have just found the best weight loss plan.
    • Beans, beans, beans!  These are sooooo good for your heart — really! Beans are super loaded with insoluble fiber, which everyone knows helps lower cholesterol, as well as soluble fiber, which gives you that fully satisfied feeling and helps rid your body of waste. They are also a very good, very low-fat source of protein, carbohydrates, magnesium, and potassium. We favor edamame (whole soybeans) because they also contain heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids and black beans that help curb gout (which is cause by high levels of uric acid found in gourmet dishes). All beans can easily be substituted for meat or poultry as the centerpiece of a meal, but they also work as a side dish, or tossed into soups, stews, or egg dishes. The U.S. Dietary Guidelines recommend 3 cups weekly; we have doubled that to 6 cups a week.

Fish and Foul – Salmon and Tuna are the only fish on our program because they are manna foods with huge omega-3 fatty acid content. Research proves that omega-3 fatty acids help protect heart health. The American Heart Association recommends eating turkey or chicken breast or fatty fish like salmon or tuna twice weekly, we say four times a week. We have deleted shellfish, pork and beef from our program. An overall comparison, fowl is the healthiest (skinless of course). Red meat tends to be higher in saturated fat. The bottom line with turkey and chicken…ditch the skin and stay away from the wings. If you’re paying close attention to your fat intake, choose the leaner breast. The salmon and tuna are both low in calories (200 for 3 ounces) have lots of protein, are good sources of iron, and are very low in saturated fat. You can simply grill or bake them, top then with salsas or other low-fat sauces (check out Walden Farms), or serve them on top of green salads or stir-fry them into your manna veggies below.  Worried about the mercury content of the fish? (Mercury has been known to accumulate in fish.) Don’t worry! The great benefits of eating salmon and tuna three times a week far outweighs any possible risk, but if you are the least bit concerned, check with your doctor.

With this rundown on a few of the items we include in the Fairy Tale Diet we now off another of our FREE RECIPES using them:

Mexican Seafood Paella

Our friends Hector & Theresa say: “This recipe for Spanish seafood paella is quite authentic – you will love it – any juices that we get from preparing the ingredients are reserved and used like a gravy. Being from Spain we know this dish originated in its modern form in the mid-19th century near lake Albufera, a lagoon in Valencia, on the east coast of Spain. This mixed paella is a free-style combination of chicken, seafood, beans and vegetables. What keeps it authentic are the  other key ingredients: pungent, edible, yellow, flower petals and olive oil.”
2 pkg Miracle Noodles Mini Pearls

1 can non-stick pan spray Olive oil

1 can black beans

1 can chicken chunks
1 pkg Table Vinegar
1 can salmon
1 can tuna
1 sml orange bell pepper, diced
1 sml zucchini diced
2 pkg onion flakes
2 pkg garlic
3 T Calendula Petals
1 stock of diced celery

 

1.      Spray a frying pan, break the chicken into pieces and poach in the vinegar in a large frying pan for as long as it takes you open & rinse all seafood and add all to the pan.

2.      Add the pimento, peppers, onion and garlic and fry for 1 minute.

3.      As mixture is frying, double rinse the Miracle Noodles Mini Pearls, spray Miracle Noodles Mini Pearls with the pan spray, coating them, pour Miracle Noodles Mini Pearls into a sauce pan with water, bring to simmering point and then add your Calendula petals – stir well. Remove from heat. Now’s the hard part as far as your will power is concerned  – cover (either with a lid or foil) and leave it for 10 minutesno peeping as the processing time will be extended and you might get grains of Miracle Noodles Mini Pearls that are not colored and flavored in the finished dish – so LEAVE IT ALONE.

Add the cooked chicken and seafood; stir well and cover – leave to cook for about 5 minutes. Then add the peas, stir well, cover and leave a further 5 minutes.

This amazing, delicious dish serves four people for fewer than 280 calories each in less than 25 minutes (less if you have a helper to chop the veggies)!

With flavors like this, who would ever consider this as dieting?  My DH calls it ‘Fancy –Shmancy’, but he always asks for seconds! This is Granny’s’ Gourmet DIY for the Fairy Tale Diet!

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Granny

 

 

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Gourmet DIY Dieting 101 – Class 2 of 5

Gourmet DIY Dieting 101 – Class 2 of 5

How is “DIET Intelligent YOU” doing today? Are you ready for your second class in this short study on dieting?  I sure hope so!

Let’s learn more about Calories & Carbs in Proteins, Fat & Alcohol

 Here’s your open book test question for today:

True or false: You get more calories from foods high in carbohydrates than those made up mostly of protein or fat.

False. Fat has more calories than either carbohydrates or protein.

Let’s make this simple: a ruler measures length and calories measure units of energy.

While educating you, or reminding you, about the basics of dieting I will also be laying out the groundwork to present several products that we have found to be remarkable.  DH and I love them.  We have lost a lot of weight with the help of the products we will be sharing with you and how we use them in all sorts of recipes. Calories are a curse!  Tasting is the first thing Grandma Eve learned about that got her thrown out of house and home…

We plan on teaching you a better way to eat those calories.. and you can, you must, cheat… and hopefully no one loses their place of residence. LOL

Most foods and drinks (except water) contain calories. Just as logs of firewood are used increase the heat to cook food at a campfire, the number of calories in food and drinks are an example of the energy units they contain to help make the body run properly.

Calories (or, more technically: kilocalories) are used in your body to fuel physical activity (moving, breathing, heart pumping, digesting food, etc.) and keep your bodily processes running smoothly. Your heart, brain, lungs, muscles, and all your vital organs need these energy units to function (vitamins and minerals also play a big part in all of your body’s metabolic functions).

Calories only come from carbohydrates, protein, fats, and alcohol. You do not need alcohol, and very little fat. Carbohydrates make us feel full and we crave the sweet or salty flavors.

One gram of carbohydrate equals 4 calories, just the same as a gram of protein. A gram of fat, meanwhile, equals 9 calories, and the same amount of alcohol equals 7 calories. So, gram for gram, fat has twice as many calories as carbohydrates or protein. We will print it out here so you can see it:

1 gram of fat has 9 calories.  

1 gram of alcohol has 7 calories.  

1 gram of carbohydrate or protein has 4 calories.

So… If you were to restrict the amount of fat and carbs and eliminated alcohol, you could drastically reduce your intake of calories and thus… lose pounds and lose inches!

Obviously we will not be presenting you with wine laced dishes or ones dripping in oils, fats or lard!

However today we will be introducing two new online venders that we lean heavily on in creating our recipes.

The first vender is found at http://www.lorannoils.com.

 As she says at her site: “A Little Goes a Long Way with LorAnn’s Super Strength Flavors!  Our super-strength flavors, also known as candy oils or candy flavors, are 3 to 4 times stronger than grocery store extracts. When substituting our flavors for extracts, use 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon for 1 teaspoon of extract.   1 dram =  1 teaspoon (approx.)  For applications where just a hint of flavor is needed, we suggest adding flavor by the drop until desired intensity is achieved.

LorAnn flavors are certified Kosher by Star-K except for Canadian Maple and Horchata.   Their super-strength flavors are concentrated and therefore very potent.

 The main reasons (besides the highly concentrated product) for recommending LorAnn’s Super-Strength Flavors:

 · Gluten Free

· Sugar Free (except Canadian Maple)

· Contain no Vegetable Oils  

The recipe today uses brandy extract. People use this to give the flavor of brandy without the alcohol.   Though brandy extracts are made with alcohol, such a small amount is needed in any recipe that the end product is virtually non-alcoholic.  

Why we recommend that you substitute flavorings for real alcohol: brandy (1 tablespoon brandy extract = 5 tablespoons brandy) OR vanilla extract OR rum extract.  This can avoid those calories and allow for all the flavor!  

The next vender is found at miraclenoodle.com

Here is a smidgen of what they have to say about their noodles on their site:

  • Made of naturally water-soluble fiber with no fat, no sugar, and no starch.
  • Contains zero net carbohydrates and zero calories, no gluten -made of a healthy natural fiber called Glucomannan.
  • Wheat free & gluten-free and kosher.
  • Easily absorbs the flavors of any soup, dish, or sauce.
  • Are instant and come in different styles
  • Have shown beneficial effects backed by medical studies for Type II Diabetes, Constipation, Obesity, and Cholesterol!

The great Dr. Carlos Levy of Broward Health Weston, has done the tests and trials and recommends them to all of his patients. With all the advantages offered by these two venders is it any doubt about why we use them in our ‘diet’ and now recommend them to you. 

Before we get to today’s recipe here again is your open book test question for today:

True or false: You get more calories from foods high in carbohydrates than those made up mostly of protein or fat.

False. Fat has more calories than either carbohydrates or protein. (I bet you got that one right!)

Now with the help of Walden Farms, Miracle Noodle, and LorAnn you are about to enjoy the best, most nutritious, delicious, no fat, no carbs, no gluten, steak dinner you have had in months…  and under 80 calories per serving and there are 4 servings.

American Steaklette Diane over Mini Pearls

 We we so excited to get this review from Jan: ‘Steaklette Diane is a super variation of the classic entrée often served in some of the finest restaurants — but our taste buds are soooo blessed that Granny saw no reason we couldn’t make Steaklette Diane in our very own kitchens in under 10 minutes and under 400 calories. It comes together so quickly that you can prepare it any night of the week, and shock your dinner partner.  They will think you slaved in the kitchen and that you took culinary classes.  Thanks Granny!!!’

2 pkg Mini Pearls from Miracle Noodles in lue of rice

2 cans of any brand of Beef Chunk Stew

1 T lemon zest

1 t cilantro, parsley or dried green tea leaves

1 T Dijon mustard

1 T Walden Farms Hickory Smoked BBQ Sauce

1 dram LorAnn’s brandy flavoring

1 T Herbs de Province

 

1.          Warm the serving plates in the microwave while you open the cans of beef stew and completely rinse them in a colander under hot running water. 

2.          In a non-stick sprayed frying pan, over low medium heat, lightly brown the beef steaklettes and veggies for about 3 minutes.

3.          While waiting the 3 minutes, cut open the Miracle Noodle Mini Pearls and rinse them in a colander under hot water, pour onto a paper towel, pat dry and pour onto the middle of your warmed serving plates.

4.          Move the beef steaklettes and veggies from the pan onto the bed of Miracle Noodle Mini Pearls, cover serving plates to keep them warm, and ½  cup water to the drippings and return pan to the fire.

5.          Into a cup mix 1/4th of the tea or parsley or cilantro, the lemon and mustard,  Walden Farms Hickory Smoked BBQ sauce and add to the drippings from the pan. (still over low heat).

6.          Stir and cook for only 1 minute.

7.          Remove from heat.

8.          Add LorAnn’s  brandy flavoring to the mixture and pour immediately over the steaks.

9.          Garnish the steaks by sprinkling them with a pinch of green tea, parsley or cilantro.

I can hardly wait to serve this to our friends when the come to dinner!

Happy eating!  Now you will know why we needed the help of Walden Farms, Miracle Noodle, and LorAnn  to make this amazing dish that is not only filling but is the best, most nutritious, delicious, no fat, no carbs, no gluten, steak dinner you will ever have that is under  80 calories per serving and there are 4 servings.

Remember to tell the folks at Miracle Noodle, Walden Farmsand LorAnn’s that you heard about them from us…

Class dismissed ‘till later

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Granny

 
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Posted by on November 23, 2011 in DIY Dieting 101, Entrees

 

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Gourmet Fast Cheap Delicious DIET Dishes

You want to lose weight and still enjoy gourmet dishes?

Welcome to Granny’s Gourmet DIY.  

After you read this, you will want to favorite our site to be able to shop for the items needed and once back home prepare a fabulous meal that others will believe was catered from a fine restaurant that only makes high calorie fattening foods.  Only you will know that it is low-carb and either low-calorie or no calorie and only took you 10-20 minutes from package to table, and that you did it all yourself, DIY.  

Never tell them that it was much, cheaper than those catered guys.  Just coo when the complements flow and tell them that these delicious flavors were magical and that they would be surprised at how you slaved over the stove… just for them.   

Many of our dishes require online purchases for the ingredients but the cost and nutritional values and flavors are amazing!

My secret ingredients and shopping lists offer you the chance to create DIY, gourmet, low carb, nutritious meals from the box to the table in under 10-20 min and most of them are under 400 calories.

Thirty years ago I owned and ran a very successful establishment in Sacramento, California named Bo Jangles.  Life happens and time goes on and yet my love for feeding others has not died .

I was going to start a new home delivery service called ‘Order Dinner In’ using my special menus but… I live in an area where it either rains or snows for 8 months out of the year.  Compile that with the fact that 2 heart attacks and 1 stroke later I have decided that driving in those conditions can be bad for my health! (Not to mention the lives of those that I may ‘acidentally run across’ literally, should something happen!!!!)

We have lost over 150 combined pounds and are not quite ready to post photos… soon though… because like you we need and want to lose pounds and lose inches.  We eat the recipes we cook – five days in a row… and on the other two days, the days we do not post… we eat anything we want.

So… being on the creative side, I did some crafts and I have written a couple of how-to books and compiled a couple of cookbooks (using the recipes I was going to prepare for my ‘OrderDinnerIn’ clients and have helped us lose all this weight) that are now available if you are interested but I will also be giving you a free recipe every weekday. be it an entrée, a side dish, desert or beverage. 

I guess what I should have named todays blog  is: PREVIEWS OF COMING ATTRACTIONS! LOL!

We will not be delving into the topics of politics, religion, children, romance, the weather or fashion.  They may be mentioned in passing on occasion but the main purpose here is to give you a dish that will WOW your taste buds at a price you can afford and as fast a lighting to prepare!

If this all sounds great to you…  then I’ll be back again with menus and shopping lists ASAP.

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Granny

 

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