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Old 07-31-2011, 06:37 PM   #601
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OMG! I love your blog! Thanks for posting it.

I made this the other night:


George Stellas Key West Crab Cakes with Mustard Sauce and creamed spinach.

The cakes were meh but I had posted a pic on FB and George himself commented on it so I didn't have the heart to say so
thank you very much for the compliment! and OMG that creamed spinach looks delish! how do you make it? because i've tried time and time again with no success
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Old 07-31-2011, 06:40 PM   #602
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Could you provide your step by step reciepe please?
i think it's pretty step by step on D-Lite. If there's anything additional you'd like to know (admittedly as a big chunk of my visitors are spanish-speaking i do take a bit more time in explaining the deets in the spanish posts) i can totally elaborate. What do you want to know exactly? the crust or the sauce or the meat? (the rest is reduced to popping cans and draining, or washing and perhaps chopping) :P
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Old 07-31-2011, 06:41 PM   #603
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Salmon with a pesto butter. My first time to cook it and it turned out yummy!

that looks amazing!
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Old 07-31-2011, 06:43 PM   #604
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Turnip Fries:

Sliced turnips, olive oil, garlic and onion powder, Italian Seasoning, Rosemary and crushed red pepper flakes....

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After:

Bake at 400 for 40 minutes



With my sirloin tonight: *sorry it's blurry*



Ham, caramelized onion, cremini mushroom and ham frittata for breakfasts this week:



Steak and mushroom Alfredo sauce



Sauce on the steak and mushrooms

ok i'd love to know how your turnips came out! i've been experimenting a bunch, and after slicing and dicing, the 'string' cuts where the only ones that tasted bitter to me after cooking them. But yours look soooo amazing!
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ok i'd love to know how your turnips came out! i've been experimenting a bunch, and after slicing and dicing, the 'string' cuts where the only ones that tasted bitter to me after cooking them. But yours look soooo amazing!
I love them! I like both the deep fried and these oven baked ones. My favorite way is still the au gratin I posted a few pages back.

I'm going to try to salt them the next time I make them..see if that will draw out any of the bitterness.

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Old 08-01-2011, 07:15 AM   #606
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Misty- I have to try those turnip fries!!!

Restarting Induction today.....
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Old 08-01-2011, 08:37 AM   #607
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Another vote of approval for the turnips au grautin. I just made it last week- sliced them very thin, sauteed onions and garlic first then added the turnips and let them get a little brown, then put in fresh alfredo sauce. So! Good!

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Old 08-01-2011, 09:27 AM   #608
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Misty I just have to try those fries as well!!!
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Old 08-01-2011, 12:41 PM   #609
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Misty, I have to tell you I went and bought turnips yesterday for the very first time. I only did it because I saw your posts. Can't wait to try the au gratin!
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Old 08-01-2011, 12:53 PM   #610
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Old 08-01-2011, 12:54 PM   #611
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Old 08-01-2011, 02:04 PM   #612
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Yay for turnip love I hope you guys really enjoy them. My next task will be to mash them. Fingers crossed!

I was on a cooking hiatus because we were waiting to close on our house. They've pushed that back an entire month, so I unpacked my kitchen and cooked this weekend!
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Old 08-02-2011, 07:02 AM   #613
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AAAWWW Misty that sucks! Well at least you and your hubby will have good eats while you wait!!!
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Sounds like you"ve read Gary Taubes, "Good calories, bad calories". Just finished it! Was very eye opening. If you haven't watched the video "fat head". I highly recommend it. Go to hulu.com and search fathead!
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My lunch today. Alice Springs Chicken and baby spinach with blue cheese dressing.



Don't be jealous of my super fancy foam plates.
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That looks YUMMY Casey, what is the recipe for the chicken?
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Old 08-05-2011, 04:20 PM   #617
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That looks YUMMY Casey, what is the recipe for the chicken?
Thanks! It was delish! I found it on Linda Sue's website a while back.

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I've made it so much I don't even use the recipe anymore since it's so easy.
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I love Linda's site for recipes. Thanks!
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Old 08-10-2011, 03:56 PM   #619
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Thanks! It was delish! I found it on Linda Sue's website a while back.

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I've made it so much I don't even use the recipe anymore since it's so easy.
Ive used this site for two years - and this recipe... many many times! How can you go wrong with bacon and cheese covered chicken?! Pic is definetly drool worthy!
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I have used a lot of her recipes also but mainly the beef ones.. I am checking out the chicken.. can't go wrong like you say with those ingredients
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This looks delicious!
iheartdi can I have the recipe for this, please! Yumm!!

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This looks delicious!
iheartdi can I have the recipe for this, please! Yumm!!
How do you make the 1 min MM?
Please tell me it has coco in it, I have a whole tin of unsweetened coco
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The OMM recipe is:

1 TBSP butter
1 egg
1 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp baking powder
1/4 cup flax meal
1 tsp splenda (I use liquid stevia instead)

Melt the butter a bit in the coffee cup. Stir in the rest of ingredients. Nuke for 1 minute. Turn out onto a plate. Top with butter, cream cheese or whatever.

To make it chocolate, omit the cinnamon. Add 1 TBSP (more or less to taste) cocoa powder. If you like (and allow them on your plan) stick 2 SF chocolates into the middle of the dough before you nuke it. You will have a mini lava cake. AMAZING!
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Do you think I could swap the flax meal for almond flour? My tummy does NOT like flax....
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These recipes are so good.Plan on cooking the turnips next.
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Just a heads up: Turnips are not an induction friendly food. Those are higher up on the starchy veg scale.

Also watch almond flour, which isn't introduced until the nut rung.

All the more reason induction is only meant to last two weeks. Think of all the stuff you could be enjoying while keeping carbs lower...
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Turnips are not an induction friendly food. Those are higher up on the starchy veg scale.
I'm only replying because i discovered turnip fries this weekend. I just double checked and the atkins site says they're ok. 1/2 cup is 2.2 net carbs.
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NoDummy-- Atkins Induction now says turnips are all right? That's definitely new. Could you share the link? I've always been a 2002 follower of Atkins, and in that plan, turnips are starchy veg rung. Thanks for your help!
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