Archive For The “Food Finds” Category

Rate my food: Fooducates iphone app

By admin | January 27, 2011

I DO have TONS of students who want to know “How do I make good choices at the supermarket?” I always suggest reading labels, doing research, eating minimally processed foods, shop the perimeter and other really useful tips. But as a busy momtrepreneur I TOTALLY understand the utter madness that ensues when shopping for dinner at 5:30pm with two hungry, tired kidlets in tow. Read labels? REALLY?

So this app might just swoop in and save the day…

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By admin | January 7, 2010

I’ll admit it: yeast rolls intimidate me. In fact, baking in general intimidates me, but there’s nothing better than a yeast dough for dense gooey cinnamon rolls. Fortunately, I can go from freezer to plate in about 25-30 minutes when I get a “jones” for cinnamon rolls thanks to Sister Shubert’s dinner rolls (She has [...]

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Food Find: All Natural Break-n-Bake Cookies

By admin | December 25, 2009

I love a good food find and this one is sweet and yummy! We had a new baby for the holidays so I didn’t really get my “bake on” like I wanted too. And in the back of my mind floated the vaguest recollection of a food recall on prepared cookie dough but I couldn’t [...]

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Leftover Makeover: Tortellini

By admin | April 9, 2009

When I have to make dinner in a hurry, I turn to Buitoni’s Three Cheese Tortellini, found in the refrigerated section at the grocery store. It freezes well (so I stock up when it’s on sale), can go straight into a pot of boiling water (yes, even from the freezer), and has a nice toothy [...]

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Whole Wheat Linguine, Artichoke Hearts, Feta and Pine Nuts

By admin | January 22, 2009

This dish was a big hit at the Saturday Academy class, “Whole Foods for a Healthy Diet” at the Hillcrest Church of Christ. Thanks to everyone who attended, and especially to Mrs. Carol Hunter for inviting me to come to the church. You guys asked tons of great questions and were a lot of fun. [...]

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