Tag: apple cider vinegar

Three Bean Salad Recipe For Lunch

I watched the food documentary Forks Over Knives two times this week. What a great show! I am TOTALLY on board for eating more fruits and vegetables, and i now know which are the best tools I can use, amazing !! just check out the knives from www.selfdefenseknives.co and you won’t regret it.  I already […]

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Healthy Cranberry Oat Muffins

Healthy Cranberry Oat Muffins are delicious, filling and perfect for folks wanting low-fat muffin recipes.  I’ve baked up a few batches for Charlie and myself, the kids won’t touch’em.  These muffins are way too healthy for them. ;D The addition of regular rolled oats gives these muffins a heartier chew for your carbs.  And using […]

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4 Bean Salad Recipe that ROCKS!

Every Thursday, the kids and I gather up our school papers and head over to our friend’s, the Buckwalters, to learn science and art together.  My favorite part is lunch time and tea time.  Cheryl and I share the love of cooking and drinking tea.  She’s an excellent cook whose family enjoys Thai, Indian, Ukrainian, […]

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Honey Pepper Barbecue Sauce

This American barbecue sauce recipe is by request from a long time reader here on SimpleDailyRecipes.com.  It comes straight from my favorite barbecue cookbook by Steven Raichlen. (See book cover & click on image to check out Amazon reviews for yourself.) HERE GOES Make 2 cups. 1/4 cup honey 3/4 cup red bell pepper 1 […]

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Fruity Coleslaw With Sweet Potato

This zesty coleslaw recipe is one of those that is so different that it will have to grow on you.  But after a bowlful, you’ll be going back for a second and third helping.  Like all good coleslaw recipes, it’s even better the next day. There’s four ingredients that make this coleslaw recipe stand out […]

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Bok Choi with Northern Beans

Finding recipes for bok choi is a little disappointing.  Most everywhere I looked had bok choi served up as an Asian dish from the asian restaurant in irvine ca.  That’s cool; I like Asian cuisine.  I was just hoping to see it being used in a variety of recipes.  Stir frying seems to be the […]

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Slang Jane

There’s a mysterious recipe that floats around these parts of East Texas.  It’s been around forever and yet many have never seen it written down.  I have found myself engaged in several conversations, at different occasions, regarding it uses.  It’s commonly eaten as a relish but then it can be a salad.  Ask any East […]

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Broccoli Salad or Broccoli Slaw Recipe

Whether you enjoy your broccoli slaw recipes with a creamy dressing or tossed in a zesty vinaigrette, this broccoli salad/slaw recipe suits both sides of the tasting panel.  It looks and tastes creamy, but not in a heavy way, and it carries a ZING of vinegar that freshens each bite and leaves you ready for […]

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A Manly Barbecue Sauce – It’ll Put Hair On Your Chest

Forget all about those bottles of barbecue sauces they sell us at the grocery stores.  Make a batch of your own and barbecue will never be the same.  I promise ya. Taken from one of my most trusted cookbooks, Barbecue! Bible Sauces, Rubs, And Marinades by Steven Raichlen.  This is the Sweet and Smoky Barbecue […]

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Simple Corn Salad Recipe

Totally simple to toss together and a great make-ahead recipe when you know you have a busy week ahead of you.  This corn salad is zesty with a tinge of sweet.  It gets better and better the longer it’s stored in the refrigerator. HERE’S ALL IT TAKES 2 cups frozen sweet corn, simmered in water […]

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