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SUNDRIED TOMATO AND FETA TUNA SALAD

This made a nice change to everyday tuna salad.  Originally, I was going to make classic tuna melts for lunch, but then decided to forgo the bread and jazz up a salad instead.  Although, it would also taste great made into a tuna melt too!

Lettuce leaves

a small can of tuna drained – 184 grams

8 Kalamata  [...]

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LEFTOVER'S EASY FRITATTA

Another egg dish but without the pastry – fritatta.  Basically, this was just made with leftovers.  Thank the heavens I had leftovers – it has been crazy busy in my neck of the woods.  I can’t believe Christmas is just around the corner!

Even if you did not have these leftovers they could easily be cooked [...]

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BROCCOLI AND LEEK CHEDDAR SOUP

This was the first time I have ever tasted Broccoli and Leak creamy soup.  No cream here, no milk here, just creamy, full flavor, deliciousness, worth devouring.  Especially if one has just had…ahem… a root canal – minus the Gluten Free Garlic Toast. Tasty and Hearty!  If you want a great Gluten Free French Bread [...]

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EATING FOR ONE LUNCH OR DINNER

Originally, I was not going to do a post on this recipe.  I added an unusual * ingredient, thinking this could go one way or the other – good, or not so good.  It was good!  A lovely meal for one, whether for lunch or dinner.  With a few extra green beans from the garden [...]

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A MOST SINFUL SALAD REVISITED WITH A NEW OPINON

Normally, I would not do a post on a recipe that has already been posted.  Here is the thing….this salad has a story, and now some history, so I just had to share.

To start from the very beginning, this story began one nite last year when DH and I went out for dinner.  A rarity [...]

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REFRESHING PASTA SALAD

With warmer weather finally touching our shores, these past two weeks we have been using the BBQ more frequently and eating all kinds of salads.

This was such a simple tasty pasta salad.   What makes this dish is the fresh herbs and the light lime dressing.  Then with the added black beans for protein, a great [...]

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CURRIED TUNA SALAD - BACK TO OUR ISLAND GETAWAY

Who knew tuna and curry would work?  All I knew, was that after a long day at work I was tired.  Bone tired.  And, craving curry.  Was I organized in the kitchen to make a curry dinner?  Absolutely not.  This curry craving was becoming an obsession as the day progressed.  I think I would have [...]

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THREE CHEESE QUICHE

I was inspired to do another Quiche recipe after reading Shirley’s post at Gluten Free Easily – this is so worth checking out! And honestly, when it comes to Quiche, you don’t need to twist my arm.  We never, and I mean, never get tired of Quiche.  In this house, if I make Quiche, everyone [...]

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HOMEMADE DELICIOUS VEGETABLE SOUP AND A SOUP RECIPE REVIEW

I seem to be on a soup roll lately, so here is a most tasty vegetarian soup, and a Recipe review.  Soup just seems to soothe my soul, I could eat it everyday!

Last week I went to our local cafe/bistro/bookstore.  I was delighted to discover, all of their soups are gluten free, their salads are [...]

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ROASTED ASPARAGUS BACON CHEESE TART

What can I say about this recipe?  Wow, exceeded my expectations to say the least!  So, so, delicious!  I was flipping through the cooking channels the other day, when I saw a recipe from Everyday Food, -  for their original recipe, please check here.

Their recipe called for layers of Phylo pastry.  I made this [...]