A great Super Bowl Party menu takes more than tossing some pretzels and chips into a bowl with some jarred Read more […] … Continue reading →
A delicious alternative to ordinary bread, low carb pita bread can be used to make sandwiches and pizza crust or cut into small pieces for snacks and dipping. It’s just one way you can cut back on carbohydrate calories without feeling like you’re dieting.Continue reading →
Make fat free, sugar free yogurt at home. Yogurt has been an important part of our diets for centuries. It is one of the healthiest foods we can eat and one of the easiest to make from scratch. In fact, making yogurt at home is healthier, tastier and can seriously reduce your carbon footprint at the same time!Continue reading →
While the major ingredient in stuffing or filling is bread, it is still possible to make Gluten Free Stuffing with no more work or effort than making ordinary stuffing. The most important ingredient, bread, is easily replaced with Gluten Free Bread found in your grocery store.Continue reading →
Read about best tasting gluten free foods found in your grocery store. Gluten free products are typically dry and terribly tasteless with a very grainy texture. Even a loaf of freshly baked, gluten free bread tastes like eating yesterday stale toast.
If you want to try some gluten free foods, here are the products we tried and can honestly say we enjoyed eating.
Can bananas help you with your blood pressure? Eating bananas has been shown to help control blood pressure even in those who rely on blood pressure medication.Continue reading →
Scrapple has historically been made from almost every part of the pig combined with corn meal, flour and spices, formed into a loaf shape and baked or fried. Scrapple has as many different recipes as there are cooks who want to use up every ‘scrap’ of meat that’s left over. While some cooks prefer to keep their Scrapple recipe a secret, the best kept secret of all seems to be how to cook Scrapple!Continue reading →
Great Super Bowl party foods require some planning but with a little bit of help with your menu ideas, you can wow your guests with snacks and appetizers combining the zest of Philadelphia Scrapple with the punch of fresh Wasabi, also known as Japanese Horseradish.Continue reading →
Are you looking for more ways to use scrapple? How about Scrapple Appetizers and Hors d’oeuvres?Continue reading →
There is a secret to cooking Scrapple! Nothing spices up a bland plate of scrambled eggs like a slice of crispy Scrapple!Continue reading →