Posts tagged with: eggs

Happy Kids Eat Right Month!   Now that my kids are middle-schoolers, cooking with them can be touch and go.  Yet, this is the time they need to learn how...
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Spring is in full force here, and in typical Chicago fashion – it’s rainy and cold one day and blissfully sunny and warm the next.  You truly never know what...
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My kids go back to school tomorrow and it’s never a dull moment in the morning.  You’ll need to whip up something protein-packed for breakfast that’s ready to eat in a few...
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Let’s talk about what makes eggs so special.  For 70 calories per large egg, you get high-quality protein and the yolks are packed with vitamin D, choline and antioxidants, lutein...
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Scrambled. Sunny Side Up. Poached. Hard-Boiled.  However, you crack ‘em, eggs offer so many culinary options for any meal. Plus, the whole egg is a powerhouse of nutrients – from...
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Spring is in the air! Let’s take stock of what’s in your pantry or fridge right now.  Before you run out to the grocery store to make dinner tonight, use...
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Do you think about your budget when you plan your meals?  I equate my financial budget to my calorie budget. If you spend your hard-earned money on good quality calories, your...
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Happy 2017! First of all, I want to thank you reading in 2016!  It’s always fun to reflect on the past year and the culinary adventures in the kitchen.  When I...
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Who doesn’t love pasta in all shapes and sizes?  I am big fan of repurposing yesterday’s pasta, too.  Pasta is one of those foods that I always wind up making too much of...
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I am a minimalist cook.  The least amount of ingredients I can get away with, the better.   Perhaps that’s why one of my favorite cookbook is Best Ever Three & Four...
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