Monthly Archives: February 2013
Looking for an alternative to traditional meatloaf? My gluten-free turkey meatloaf recipe has fewer calories, and is just as flavorful.
Summer Rolls are a delicious, nutritious, snack. You can put a myriad if ingredients inside- anything from chicken, to shrimp, to duck. If you prefer a vegan snack, stuff your rolls with avocado, cucumber, carrots, and any other veggies you can think of. Summer Rolls are extremely healthy- try my recipe tonight!
Another bacon recipe- they seem to be quite popular these days. Fritters are deep fried, batter-based goodies that usually have some type of veggie or protein in them. An Aioli is an emulsified sauce that consists of egg, olive oil, and lemon juice. The aioli sauce for this recipe is simplified, and easy to make.
I’m not a huge fan of chain-restaurants, that being said, I do like TGI Friday’s… the food is always fresh, and most importantly, you always know what you’re going to get.
This is a hearty, delicious dish that can be served as a side, or eaten as a main dish. Even if you’re not a vegan or vegetarian, you will find this salad filling and satisfying.
I’ve been getting a lot of requests for chocolate frosting/icing recipes lately. They’re actually quite easy to make- here’s my recipe- let me know how it works for you!
Everyone love ranch dressing- I’ve seen my friends use it on salads, sandwiches, French fries, and many other foods. Most people use store-bought, but my homemade recipe is easy to make, and much tastier!
Several people have emailed me in the past few months asking how to calculate their food cost percentage. In addition, many people have asked me for an industry benchmark for food cost percentage. While the food cost formula is straight forward, it may be impossible to arrive at a true industry benchmark percentage. There are far too many industry segments with unique cost characteristics.
Seriously. If you’re a fan of bacon, and mac and cheese, you will love my recipe! It’s super rich, creamy, and a delight to eat.