Tag Archives: healthy


Pulled Pork Teriyaki Bowl

We just had a Teriyaki Madness chain open up here in Great Falls and everyone loves it! I have to say I thought it was pretty decent myself.  However, I’m a do it yourself gal […]

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Meyer Lemon and Sprouted Pesto

It may be winter outside but it’s spring in my house.  My garden last summer was a total disaster, I obviously had no clue what I was doing and while I was gone for 5 […]

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‘Dad’s Pizza Dough’ topped with Goose Prosciutto, Goat Cheese, Brussels Sprout & Roasted Garlic Sauce

‘Dad’s pizza dough’ topped with Goose prosciutto, Brussels sprouts, goat cheese and roasted garlic sauce could possibly be the longest recipe title ever.  And I left out the caramelized onions!  This amazing pizza is brought to you […]

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Glazed Grapefruit and Breakfast in Bed Tips

This is the last in my series of recipes for Breakfast in Bed.  In my opinion, I saved the best for last.  But then again, it’s no secret, my love for all things citrusy.  It’s […]

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Involtini Agli Spiniaci–Venison (or Beef) Spinach Roulades

For Christmas this last year my Baby boy bought me a cookbook.  Actually I’d call it an encyclopedia.  It’s a behemoth, with over 2000 recipes and more than 1500 pages thick.  The bible of Italian […]

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Italian Guacomole

I really didn’t know what to call this concoction.  It was born out of a craving for a BLT, only there wasn’t any ‘L’ in my house for a BLT.  Okay, so I’ll have a […]

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Chicken and Kale Chili

I am so excited for this month’s Secret Recipe Club reveal, the first one of 2013!  If you haven’t heard of this great ‘secret santa’ type group, you should check out their site.  Gurl, you wouldn’t believe who’s […]

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Photographing Deconstructed Pesto Insalata Caprese

Say what?  Are my eyes really seeing what they see?  Does that sign say ‘Heirloom Tomatoes’?  It’s the middle of winter…must be a mistake.  But they look like heirloom tomatoes.  They have variegated colors and […]

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TKW’s Cobb Salad and another food photo tip

It seems like everyone has a dish that they judge a restaurant by.  For some it’s hamburgers, or steaks or seafood and in the case of my son-in-law Jodus, it’s the Cobb Salad.  It is […]

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Ginger Tea Pumpkin Custard

Is there anything more quintessentially fall than pumpkins? As I sat in my little adobe, I was so sadden that I was by myself and that buying hoards of pumpkins was not very practical.  Normally […]

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