I like oyster crackers (doesn't matter the brand) or Trader Joe's veggie chip mix.
I have tried Pepperidge Farm's Milano Melts and, to me, those cookies aren't the same as Keebler's Magic Middles. Magic Middles had a shortbread outside...a little bit buttery and greasy, which was great; and then a burst of chocolate - almost like frosting - in the middle. The Milano Melts have a harder, crisper outside and a heavier chocolate middle. I'll have to try this recipe. Thanks for posting it!
"You don't win friends with salad!" -- Homer Simpson
"My nose makes its own bubblegum!" -- Ralph Wiggum
"Mmmm... Sixty-four Slices of American Cheese." -- Homer Simpson
"Mmmm... Soylent Green." -- Homer Simpson
Homer: I'll have the smiley face breakfast special. Uhh, but could you add a bacon nose? Plus bacon hair, bacon mustache, five o'clock shadow made of bacon bits and a bacon body.
Waitress: How about I just shove a pig down your throat?
(Homer looks excited)
Waitress: I was kidding.
Homer: Fine, but the bacon man lives in a bacon house!
Waitress: No he doesn't!
It's bacon. I shouldn't have to make a choice.
I agree with LLucy. I've made a roasted lemon pepper chicken today and used more olive oil than necessary, cooked for 450F for about twenty and then 375F for the rest of the cooking time. Very crispy, melty skin.
I watched Sandra make grilled cheese sandwiches on her Money Saving Meals show. Didn't look appetizing at all...and it was a simple grilled cheese sandwich.
I'm a fat, Italian, and a broad. No fuss, no muss.
I love Chick-Fil-A. The chicken has always been juicy, the waffle fries always crisp and salty. When I lived in NC, there was one right in the parking lot of the gym...talk about tempting!
Nothing, I repeat, nothing can replicate the BK original chicken sandwich. The processed chicken, dripping oil, wilted lettuce, and over-saturation of mayo make it so delectable and riddled with delicious guilt. I should know, I'm a fatass.
I didn't see Burger King's Crossainwich....so heavenly greasy.
One of my favorite salads has nuts in it: candied pecans, blue cheese crumbles, romaine lettuce, red delicious apples, and Mesibov salad dressing.
Straight from the pint, smallish spoon, and watching America's Next Top Model reruns.
I'm sorry for posting the lentil soup recipe when they weren't acceptable.
I've attended the Rice Diet Program in NC and the diet is specifically for people with kidney disorders and heart problems. I have chronic kidney disease and have had personal success with the diet (sixty pounds lost). There is a forum where you can see recipes - you can then decide which ones would be appropriate.
Rice Diet Forum
Hope that helps a little.
Turkish Lentil – Tomato Soup
2 large onions, medium diced
2 large carrots, medium diced
2 teaspoons garlic, minced
2 teaspoons ground cumin
2 teaspoons ground coriander
2 teaspoons ground fenugreek
2 large tomatoes, cored and chopped
½ teaspoon crushed red pepper
1 cup red lentils (soaked overnight)
5 cups salt free, vegetable stock
¼ cup fresh dill
1 teaspoon extra virgin olive oil
Heat oil in a medium sauté pan. Add onions and carrot and sauté until tender. Add garlic and the remaining seasonings except the dill. Add tomatoes and simmer for 10 minutes. Add lentils and vegetable stock. Cover and cook on low heat until lentils are soft, approximately 30 minutes. Remove from heat and place mixture into a blender or food processor. Blend until smooth. Stir in ½ of the dill. Serve hot. Garnish with remaining dill.
Yield: 6 servings; serving size 1 cup. Each serving contains approximately: Calories: 197 (5% from fat); Protein: 11 gms; Fat: 3.1 gms; Carbohydrate: 23.3 gms; Cholesterol: 0; Sodium: 37.1 mg
Split Pea Soup
Yield: approx. 6 2/3 cup servings
4 cups dried split peas
1 tsp olive oil
1 cup onion, chopped
1 cup carrots, chopped
2 tsp dried sweet basil
2 tsp fresh garlic, minced
1 tsp ground black pepper
1 bay leaf
4 cups water
- Saute vegetables in olive oil. Add water, dried peas, and spices.
- Bring to a boil, let simmer gently for 45 minutes.
Van Leeuwen's chocolate ice cream uses Michel Cluizel chocolate - to die for. For recipes, I have a book called The Ultimate Ice Cream Book by Bruce Weinstein...it has tons of recipes. I haven't made the dark chocolate one, but I've made Bailey's - delicious.
Used to dip Doritos in blueberry yogurt; also drank chocolate milk with pizza.
German chocolate cake and chicken parmigiana.
If you are near a Whole Foods in the tri-state area, you might like Van Leeuwen ice cream; the chocolate flavor uses Michel Cluizel chocolate - to die for.
I also have used the following book for ice cream recipes: The">http://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-Ice-Cream-Book-Granitas/dp/0688161499/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1273118668&sr=1-1">The Ultimate Ice Cream Book. I have made Bailey's ice cream - very delicious.
Sometimes, I'd order mozzarella sticks with a pie. And, promptly put my feet up from the accumulating swelling of the ankles from the delicious and salty cheese....from sticks and pizza.
Ina Garten's brownies.
I like Gruyere cheese and thinly sliced Boar's Head ham for a good grilled cheese sandwich. I also like the Mrs. Dash Garlic & Herb blend and smoked paprika for extra flavor.
Weight Watchers recipe cards from 1974
Scott Conant because we have an aversion to raw onions.
I've made limoncello cheesecake squares - very delicious.