Monthly Archives: June 2013
This is not your mother’s meatloaf. Growing up, when it was “meatloaf night” I wanted to run away or pretend to be sick so I didn’t have to try to swallow down that mushy substance that contained very little meat. … Continue reading
This is such an easy and light meal to throw together when you don’t feel like cooking. There was flatbread called Flatout that had a very short ingredient list without any high fructose corn syrup or hydrogenated oils that was … Continue reading
This is much more than a soup, but not quite a chowder. I’m not sure how to explain it other than pure creamy deliciousness! Perfect for those cold winter evenings!
This bean dip is far superior than any bean dip I have ever tried. Feel free to play around with the amount of chipotle you use. Some days I want a mild bean dip, so this is the exact recipe … Continue reading
Don’t confuse this dip with guacamole, it is far superior. This is a lighter, more refreshing dip with a slightly stronger lime flavor to it. It was actually made by accident when I was trying to duplicate guacamole without garlic … Continue reading
I’ve always had a problem with pancake batter being too thick when I followed other recipes, so this has a little more milk than usual. Maybe it’s the unbleached flour, the turbinado sugar, or the flax seed mixture that causes … Continue reading
For the blog about the tornadoes, visit here: http://emmshealthyliving.com/blog/may-31-2013/ This video is from the perspective of someone trying to get away from the storms. This is not from the eyes of someone trying to be a ‘storm chaser’