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My college roommate, who later served as my maid of honor, gave Bill and me a wok for our wedding gift. A couple of years later, she shared a gingery Chinese sauce recipe she’d developed, and all these years later I am still using both to make my own version of a delicious gingery chicken and […]

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My friends always rave about my colorful tossed salad, so much so, that they’ve dubbed them Debbie Salads. Since my friends seem to enjoy my salads so much, I almost always volunteer to bring one to any dinner party, barbecue, or get together that Bill and I are invited to attend. One would think that a […]

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Rosemary Sweet Potato Wedges

Last summer my friend Mary told me that she swore by eating homemade sweet potato fries the night before a race.  I decided to give sweet potatoes a try, and was pleased to discover that my stomach did well with them. For the rest of the summer I made sweet potato wedges before each race […]

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Mandarin Orange And Almond Chicken Salad

I’m lucky that Bill loves a good entrée salad as much as I do, and one of our favorites is Mandarin Orange and Almond Chicken Salad.  I’ve been making it since we were first married so it’s definitely a tried-and-true recipe.  My college roommate first shared the dressing recipe with me, however, I’ve altered it […]

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Baked Blackened Tilapia

I’ve been using Chef Paul Prudhomme’s Blackened Redfish seasoning on my fish for years.  You can find it at most grocery stores, but if not, you can always order it from Amazon by clicking on this link (Note: This is an affiliate link. See lower right side-bar for details on what that means to you). […]

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Roasted Asparagus

Roasting or grilling vegetables is one of the best ways to fill up on low-calorie, high-fiber foods that are rich in vitamins and minerals.  Vegetables are complex carbohydrates and aid in providing the body with energy.  Carbohydrates have gotten a very bad rap during the last few years even though they are one of our […]

 
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