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Caribbean Piña Colada

Caribbean Piña Colada

Piña Coladas appear to be one of the more popular drinks in the Caribbean. I have to admit that I am not a great fan of mixed drinks using hard liquor, as I cannot think of any health benefits to hard liquor, and there are several health risks if used regularly. But...

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Caribbean Pineapple Curry

Caribbean Pineapple Curry

​I first saw this dish on a menu on the island of Dominica, home to the most centenarians on the planet, and was eager to try it. The flavors are fantastic, serving it in a carved-out pineapple shell really added flavor, not to mention, a lovely presentation. For...

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Caribbean Mixed Salad

Caribbean Mixed Salad

There are numerous variations on this easy-to-prepare salad, yet fresh greens, pineapple, andavocado seem to be the central theme with additional fresh vegetables and fruit as available. As an example, if you can’t find star fruit, consider using sliced grapefruit...

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​Caribbean Fish Ceviche with Coconut Milk

​Caribbean Fish Ceviche with Coconut Milk

This dish originates from French Polynesia (Tahiti) where the fish is served nearly raw with perhaps 15-20 minutes of marinating time in lime juice—which is easier to do when you catch the fish (typically tuna) the same day and keep it on ice. From my restaurant...

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Apple Pie with a Gluten Free Crust

For a special occasion, I enjoy baking an apple pie and sharing with friends and family. This crust is much healthier without the inflammatory gluten compounds and it has a lower glycemic load than you would find with a traditional wheat flour crust. Yet for me this...

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Quiche with Mushrooms, Onion, and Spinach—Gluten Free

Quiche with Mushrooms, Onion, and Spinach—Gluten Free

​People have been making quiche for hundreds of years. You can enjoy it for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. It is served for take-out, in fine restaurants, and with a little time is relatively easy to make at home. It is loaded with dairy, so please choose organic dairy...

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Cauliflower, Cheese, and Burger Casserole

Cauliflower, Cheese, and Burger Casserole

Casseroles are inviting, especially on a cold day. The oven warms the kitchen, sending a delicious aroma through the house, and the rich food is deeply satisfying for the whole family, plus this dish is easy to prepare. Traditionally this type of casserole would use...

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Gluten-Free Crab Cakes

Gluten-Free Crab Cakes

I have always liked crab cakes but have felt that the traditional use of breadcrumbs or cracker crumbs has ruined them by adding gluten and a large sugar load. In contrast, here is a lovely recipe, easy-to-make, delicious, and both gluten-free and low in refined...

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Roasted Chicken with Wild Mushroom-Saffron Sauce

Roasted Chicken with Wild Mushroom-Saffron Sauce

This recipe has been adapted from a delightful dish that Nicole and I enjoyed on the Atlantic Coast of Spain, which was made with quail and a mushroom-saffron sauce.  It is easy to prepare and has a lovely and delicate flavor. I am assuming that most people would have...

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Shrimp and Avocado Cocktail

Shrimp and Avocado Cocktail

Avocados are in season in Florida, and I am looking for ways to use these delicious and super healthy fruits. This is a variation of a recipe that we enjoyed in Spain, easy to prepare and terrific to eat. Prep Time: 15 Minutes Serves: 4 as an appetizer Ingredients: 2...

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Chili

Chili

As the heat of summer abates, I look forward to making a pot of chili. This recipe is healthy and flavorful, and you have the option to make it with organic ground turkey; using grass-fed, pasture-raised ground sirloin; or make it vegetarian. There is some debate as...

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Healthy Southwest Avocado Bean Salad

Healthy Southwest Avocado Bean Salad

This recipe is from The Fitchen, a great place for healthy, simple recipes that help you stay fit in the kitchen. There you’ll find mostly plant-based and gluten-free recipes. If you have a delicious and healthy recipe that you would like to share please send a recipe...

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Sicilian Orange Salad

Sicilian Orange Salad

We were served this delightful salad multiple times in Sicily. It is very refreshing on a hot day. Depending upon who is making it, fennel is optional, sometimes the onion is white and sometimes red, but it always has the orange wedges, parsley, and olive oil. Some...

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Provençal Ratatouille

Provençal Ratatouille

​By Foodie in Provence “I can hardly imagine Provençal summer without ratatouille. Not the movie, of course, although we could consider it as 'how to'. The dish is an ode to summer vegetables and in fact, cannot be cooked outside of the summer season. The word...

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Ahi Tuna with Olives, Capers, and Cherry Tomatoes

Ahi Tuna with Olives, Capers, and Cherry Tomatoes

I usually avoid ahi tuna due to its high mercury content, but occasionally I will splurge. Obviously fresh, sushi-grade tuna is a plus if you are going to partake—although “sushi grade” is only a marketing term that suggests fresh enough to be eaten raw. Recently, I...

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Tamam Salad

Tamam Salad

Chef’s Note: Nicole and I had a fantastic time sailing west along the north coast of Crete. The coastline was lovely, the towns had amazing architecture, the food was the best we had in Greece, and the people were friendly. Of course, we were some of the very first...

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Lump Crab and Mango-Avocado Salsa

Lump Crab and Mango-Avocado Salsa

This elegant, flavorful salsa makes a super appetizer or light meal. As with the crab recipe below, using good-quality crab meat—the freshest tasting you can find—is essential! Freshly caught and cracked crab is obviously the best, but refrigerated crab sold in many...

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Shrimp Curry

Shrimp Curry

Curry dishes are easy to make, delicious, and loaded with anti-inflammatory benefits. Traditionally rice is included with a curry dish, as I did here, yet you could easily skip the rice and feel content without it in this meal.  To make this vegetarian, substitute 1.5...

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