• Kicked Up Chipotle Hummus

    January 15, 2011DishinandDishes

    One of my favorite things to eat when I’m eating healthy, is hummus. Hummus with it’s peanut butter consistency is a spread primarily made of garbanzo beans (also known as chickpeas) and tahini, a sesame paste, made of, you guessed it, ground sesame seeds. Add in some lemon juice, garlic, salt and pepper, and you…

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  • Lean Mean Game Day Chili for a Crowd

    January 12, 2011DishinandDishes

    Please scroll to the bottom of the post for the printable recipe and as always, you can click on the Play button below to watch my Rise and Shine segment below for a live demo!!   We love chili at our house on game days.  I love to cook up a pot, put out the…

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  • Superbowl Food Ideas

    February 3, 2010DishinandDishes

    What are you doing for the Superbowl?  Having a dozen testosterone-filled men over?  We’re hosting a youth gathering for our church for 30, 40, maybe 50 (or more) teenagers at my house.  You just never know how many teens will turn up when the word “free food” is mentioned… Let us all please take a…

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  • The Easiest Brisket Ever

    December 26, 2009DishinandDishes

    I’m almost embarrassed to post this recipe. It’s so easy.  It’s so “don’t even think about it”. But it’s soooooo, so good. Christmas with the kids just begs for something special. Enter the brisket. Fourteen pounds of pure animal red meat. Fourteen pounds of goodness, if cooked properly. Here’s how you do it…so simple, so scrumptious.…

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