Recipes

My My Shepherd’s Pie


Shepherd’s Pie is a delicious comfort food; it’s warming and filling and will leave you pleasantly satisfied on cold winter nights. It’s great for freezing and makes delicious leftovers too. Shepherd's Pie is an old English dish, traditionally made with lamb or mutton. North Americans typically make Shepherd's Pie with beef.

Derishasu Miso Soup

Miso is a rich, salty condiment that characterizes the essence of Japanese cooking. Miso soup is one of the easiest soups to make. You can buy Miso paste in a health food store or grocery store. It’s as easy as a simple liquid cup of soup or a symphony of ingredients for a filling main course soup.

Mexican Grilled Halibut


A fish of remarkable size range, this giant member of the flatfish family has been recorded as large as 300 kilograms, and commands the highest price of any of the flatfishes. General commercial weights are from 2.3 to 56 kilograms. Young halibut are called chicken halibut, while large adults are called whales.

Go Green Salad

Besides being definitely green this salad is alkalizing, great for the thyroid and loaded with antioxidants, vitamins and is mineral rich. After eating the Go Green Salad you’ll feel alive with energy and your body will thank you along with your taste buds. The dried Wakame gives this salad a crunchy texture.

Garlic Edamame

Edamame (ed-a-mam-eh), the Japanese word for green soybeans, is an integral part of Asian cuisine. In Japan, Edamame is a popular snack food. The combination of great taste, ease of preparation and excellent nutrient value is making Edamame popular in North America with people of all ages.

Date Candies

Date candies are sure to be a hit for your next dinner party dessert or afternoon tea. They are sweet and crunchy very versatile and can be made in only a few minutes without even turning on the oven. There are so many different variations you can create from this basic recipe, something for everybody. The sky is the limit!

Beef and Barley Soup

Beef and Barley soup is one of the easiest soups I’ve ever made. It’s a hearty soup that not only tastes delicious but is great to eat an hour or so prior to a heavy workout. Barley is one of the oldest cereal grains, used most frequently in the making of beer but also traditionally made into breads and gruels.

Ahi Tuna Steaks


Eating On the Road. I have always prided myself with having a clean diet over the past 20 years however since traveling throughout the U.S.A in an RV my diet is cleaner and simpler than ever before. One day I shopped at Trader Joe’s

Flank Steak

The term "London Broil" can be a bit mysterious. London broil is not a cut of meat but rather a method of cooking. It was one of the first recipes to become popular in early restaurants despite its name, the recipe is said to be American in origin. The original method of the London broil was simply a flank steak; pan fried to medium rare, cut cross grain and served.

Colorful Vegetable Plate with 3 Dips



A colorful and delicious vegetable plate is a nice change from a salad and everyone can pick and choose exactly what they want or maybe even try a new vegetable they haven’t experienced yet.

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