Posts Tagged ‘zucchini’

We have a full-on main course meal that, despite begin loaded with veggies, kids will devour. With 300 cals per serving and do-ahead steps, everyone wins with our goodie two-cheese nachos. It’s what’s for dinner.

Today, we salute the groundhog with a ground chicken Mediterranean wrap. What, you want pork balls? We are big fans of ground proteins mixed with herbs and seasonings because they are forgiving recipes that pack big flavor for low cost. This same recipe would work just as well with lamb … Read More

Belize or bust in our house. I may have fought harder for this trip than any other. One possible sliver of time, when school vacations aligned and we safely circumnavigated all teenage social engagements, provided my resistant family a vacation they’ve earned and needed like never before.

Use the zucchini ribbons we sliced for the zucchini salad to embellish your pasta serving. In this dish, we sauteed chopped garlic in EVO, tossed in chopped tomatoes (I take the extra minute to remove the seeds) to warm, fold in cooked pasta and sliced zucchini ribbons and top with … Read More

There once was a vegetable that had a green color, with seeds in the middle of its corehead.

When it was good it was very, very good but when it was bad it was horrid.

This a very, very good way to eat zucchini. It’s raw and splashed with lemon juice, so you don’t … Read More