Simple Sauteed Spinach with garlic and citrus

Simple Sauteed Spinach

Sauteed spinach is a simple and delicious side dish that is ready to serve in about 15 minutes.  The combination of garlic, salt, and lemon juice bring out the flavor of this delicious and nutritious leafy green vegetable.  This is the perfect way to prepare fresh spinach from your garden or the Farmer’s Market.  All you need to do is saute some garlic in a little olive oil, toss in the spinach and let it wilt.   It’s perfectly okay if your pan looks too small for the volume of spinach.  In fact, it takes about a pound of raw spinach […]

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Coconut Water and Berry Popsicles

These Healthy and delicious popsicles are simple to eat and loaded with nutrition.  These were another creation that was made with input from Sue Chef.  Cool and refreshing, these frozen treats are perfect for a hot summer day, and there’s no guilt involved because they are made with fresh fruit, lemon juice, and coconut water.  If you want, you can add a little sugar, but if your berries are sweet enough, it’s completely unnecessary.  You begin by slicing your strawberries and mixing them, along with the blueberries with lemon juice and sugar or honey.  The addition of sugar or honey […]

beet greens

Beet Greens

I promise to get to today’s post, but first I would like to ask my readers to  Follow my blog with Bloglovin.  It’s a great way to get the latest feed from all of your favorite blogs all in one place. Today’s post is all about beets.  Actually, it’s about the stuff on top of your beets–the beet greens. I’ve talked about how I enjoy going to our local farmer’s market and the fresh produce that I purchase.  I had intended to post several follow up recipes using the produce that I purchased, and I prepared everything.  The problem was […]

feta cheese and cannellini beans star in this pasta salad flavored with basil pesto

Chicken Orzo Salad

Basil pesto, olive oil, and lemon are tossed together with melon seed shaped pasta which is also known as orzo,  feta cheese,  cannellini beans, and diced chicken to make this refreshing pasta salad.    The salad was easy to assemble.  It required no chopping or cutting, except for cutting a lemon in half to get the juice.  The end result received Baker’s Man’s seal of approval, and after 22 days of bean recipes, that’s not an easy task. The next time you find yourself wondering what you should make with some leftover basil pesto, consider this recipe.  If you want to […]