Curried Baked Chicken and Mango Coconut Rice

This Curried Baked Chicken recipe is a family stand-by. It was originally a recipe from Weight Watcher’s of the 1970’s that we have evolved and refined through the years. The rice dish was inspired by the perfectly lovely sliced dried organic mangoes that my local food coop carries. I was eating them as snacks and … Read moreCurried Baked Chicken and Mango Coconut Rice

Easy Plant Based Stew with Garbanzo Beans

I am always looking for delicious and time-friendly ways to include more legumes in my meals. This tasty combo takes only about 20 minutes to prepare. It makes a great lunch on its own, and paired with a salad would be a good dinner entrée. If you prefer, you could add cooked chicken or other … Read moreEasy Plant Based Stew with Garbanzo Beans

Roasted Apples and Carrots

Roasted Apples and Carrots (serves 2) 1 apple (I like Cortland or another crisp, firm apple) 2 small carrots 2 tsp. canola oil Rosemary to taste Salt and pepper if desired  Cut apple into ½” wedges. (Leave peels on.)  Cut carrots into sticks about 3” long and ¼- ½” wide.  Spray cookie sheet with non-stick … Read moreRoasted Apples and Carrots

Tennessee Style Tuna Recipe

Last week I was stumped for a lunch idea and poked around in frig and pantry. I’ve been trying to include more legumes in my diet, so I thought of combining some mild flavored beans with the tuna. The green onion was on hand for another recipe, and the barbecue sauce was a last minute … Read moreTennessee Style Tuna Recipe