Month: December 2007

  • Savory Bread Pudding

    Lisa ran across a couple good sounding (if not good looking) recipes for savory bread pudding recently, so we decided to take a crack at it ourselves. We used artichoke hearts, mushrooms, onions, and plenty of herbs and spices. A successful experiment that we’re definitely going to make again. The recipe below is how we […]

  • Ecuadorian Chicken Corn Chowder

    This recipe comes from Fitness Food. A hearty – but healthy! – chowder made with chicken, corn, and veggies. Lisa says: What’s with all the poaching this week? And isn’t poaching illegal? Chris says: Different kind of poaching. But I know what you mean — the enchiladas, the tuna, now this. Not sure. Maybe it’s […]

  • Roast Mushroom & Baby Bean Salad

    To accompany our crab cakes tonight, I made this roasted mushroom salad featuring roasted shallots, green beans, and a tarragon dressing made from olive oil, lemon juice, and the liquid given off by the mushrooms themselves — mushroom lovers, this is for you! The only modification from the original recipe, found in Fitness Food, was […]

  • Chicken Enchiladas with Red Sauce

    These enchiladas come from favorite Healthy Latin Cooking — the filling is simple (chicken and onion) with a flavorful sauce made with New Mexico chile peppers. Chris says: These were a little time consuming, but worth it. The chicken is really juicy. Lisa says: They’re good! It’s a bit spicy… Chris says: Well, I used […]

  • Tilapia with Pimiento Sauce

    This recipe from Elise’s Simply Recipes is quick and flavorful. Tilapia is cooked in a tomato, mushroom, and olive sauce, right on the stove. We served the fish with a side of orzo. Lisa says: My, these green olive chunks are big… Chris says: The better for you to pick them out, my dear. Lisa […]