These turkey burgers are so satisfying and delicious on their own that no bun is necessary, making them a healthy, low-fat meal.
Sticking to a healthy eating plan doesn't have to leave you feeling deprived and miserable. Sure you'll likely have to give up some of your favorite vices (in my case, Starbucks and chardonnay), but you don't have to starve yourself to realize the benefits. It does require eating realistic-size portions (i.e. no more than 4 … Continue reading Roasted White Fish with Tomato-Kalamata Salsa
Today is Halloween, so I wanted to prepare something that would be easy to throw on the grill later, when all the ghosts and goblins have waddled home. A big batch of chile is typical Halloween fare, but this year I decided to go with skirt steak because it's mummy yummy, and it only takes … Continue reading Scary Easy Skirt Steak
My love affair with yogurt began about 10 years ago. Not the sweet, fruity kind of yogurt...but good old plain yogurt, or Greek yogurt as it's commonly called in the States. As I traveled extensively through Turkey, the Middle East, Northern Africa and India, I noticed a common thread among these very diverse cultures -- … Continue reading Yogurt-and-Herb Marinated Pork Kebabs
One fish, two fish, red fish, catfish? Hmmm, not quite as Dr. Suess intended. But why, I wonder, does the amenable catfish not get the respect that it deserves? Is it because of its funny feline name or possibly its mustachioed appearance? Either way, catfish is far more appealing than its fishy reputation suggests. A … Continue reading Oven-Roasted Catfish with Blistered Tomatoes
Cornish game hen is the perfect entree for two people. If you crave that unmistakably delicious flavor of roasted chicken, but a whole bird is too big, then game hens are definitely the way to go. Each hen is perfectly portioned for one person. They're satisfying, simple to prepare and damn good. And they can … Continue reading 2 Birds In A Pod (aka Cornish Game Hen 2 Ways)