Baked Crispy Calamari

Baked Crispy Calamari 1
My Hubby and I love Calamari. We especially love to have it sautéed. Mostly because it’s a healthier version vs the fried kind. Also it’s hit or miss when you do order it fried. Now it’s something we just make at home. It’s a way to ensure you’re getting just what you want. It doesn’t matter what you eat it with, but I served ours with an Orzo Florentine. Enjoy a super satisfying and super healthy way to have your Calamari and eat it too! Continue reading

Egg In A Squash Hole

Egg In A Squash Hole
Our morning Thanksgiving breakfast used to consist of bagels with all the fixings. Well, we do things a little lighter these days – so I was experimenting on ways we could have a healthier breakfast with a little Fall twist; I decided to make eggs in squash holes. Simple for the big day and healthy. Very delicious! Continue reading

Spaghetti Squash Pizza

Spaghetti Squash Pizza
I saw this spaghetti squash pizza idea and decided to give it a try for myself. I had to tweak the recipe a little for it to work for me, but I wanted to share it because it’s truly delicious! My Hubby said he preferred it to a regular pizza crust. I’m not sure I completely agree, I love my carbs but it was really, really good and super healthy. Continue reading

Rosemary Shrimp Skewers With Romesco Sauce

Rosemary Skewers With Romesco Sauce
Who doesn’t love brunch, and not just for the Mimosas and a yummy Bloody Mary! When I had a Brunch recently I wanted to serve the shrimp a little different than the usual cocktail; a way that would still impress, could be made in advance, be without much effort and still taste delicious. I remembered a shrimp dish I made a long time ago using rosemary stalks as the skewers. My garden still has lots of rosemary. I also had just made a big batch of roasted red peppers… Presto, the dish came together!!! Don’t you love when that happens? Continue reading

Tuna Noodle Stuffed Peppers

Tuna Noodle Stuffed Peppers
Our garden is still producing copious amounts of green peppers. I am literally overflowing with them. Stuffed pepper soup along with stuffed peppers, western omelets and green pepper salads have been on the menu. Trying to think of new ways to use them has become a daily challenge. Well yesterday I was also missing my grandmother and whenever I think of her I always think of my Classic Tuna Noodle Casserole… It was one of her favorites. So I decided to make it, but instead of a casserole, I would stuff the peppers with it. Turned out to be really good. I love when that happens! Click on the Classic Tuna link to read a little bit about my Grandmother. She was an amazing women! Continue reading