New Year, New You! And the best news is that you don’t need to deprive yourself of great taste for better health. This tasty dish is fashioned after Chicken Katsu, a dish from Japan consisting of fried chicken served with a thick, sweet sauce called katsu. It’s popular here in […]
If you love creamy spinach dip, and you love moist tasty salmon, you are sure to love this dish which hails from my newest book, Eat What You Love Quick & Easy. There is nothing healthier for your heart than salmon, and nothing that warms my heart more than a […]
This oven-baked, guilt-free scampi-style dish topped with yummy buttery breadcrumbs from my book, Eat What You Love Everyday! will your day. Incredibly delicious, and incredibly easy-to-make, it’s guaranteed to make your shrimp loving guests swoon. To serve it as a simple meal simply double the portion and add a baked […]
Fresh, easy, and incredibly delicious, this slimmed down eggplant Parmesan can make anyone an eggplant lover. An oldie, but oh-so-goodie recipe, it comes from my Eat More of What You Love cookbook. It’s a family favorite in my house, and my Italian mother ooh’s and ahh’s every time she eats it. […]
Here’s a great grilled entree for Father’s Day-or any other day you want an easy entree that is sure to impress. I love beef tenderloin because despite being one of the most tender cuts of beef, it’s also a lean cut of beef, with less fat per ounce than dark […]
I prepared these easy “pizzas” on Hallmark’s Home and Family show for hosts Christina Ferrare and Mark Steines, along with the rest of the guests, and they were a huge hit! They are meaty, cheesy, and saucy, just regular pizza, but they are also lower in calories, fat, and sodium, […]
If you love the great taste of sweet, tangy barbeque sauce slathered on chicken (or anything else) you’ll love this amazing recipe which offers all of the traditional barbeque flavor with 75 percent less sugar and a fraction of the sodium of commercially prepared brands that can easily derail an […]
Although my boys love to order Chicken Parmesan when we dine out, the health content is always a concern –especially since it usually arrives thickly breaded, deeply fried, smothered in cheese, and served on a mountain of spaghetti! In an effort to satisfy their love of this dish I have come up with a terrific easy stove-top recipe that’s filled with all of the same great flavors but none of the excess fat and carbs.