From All Recipes.

We made a few adjustments to the recipe. We used 3/4 C of honey rather than a full cup, and added 1/2 cup of flax seed. Also, for most of them, we rolled them in toasted sesame seeds rather than coconut. They're best refrigerated.

Posted by Sean at 3:54 pm (Edit)

Lamb Chops with Rosemary Flageolets

Lamb Chops with Rosemary Flageolets

Another Cooking Light recipe. We've been having quite a bit of lamb lately since Nicole can't eat chicken right now. I'm not a huge fan of beef and pork, so we've added the lamb in to kind of mix it up a bit.

We substituted vegetable broth for the chicken broth, and white beans for the flageolet beans (because we didn't find the flageolet beans). The bean mixture would make a good side dish on it own.

Posted by Sean at 5:07 pm (Edit)

Farfalle with Creamy Mushroom Sauce

Farfalle with Creamy Mushroom Sauce

Another one from Cooking Light

A good, fairly quick meal that was very filling. The sauce was a bit saltier than we like, so we'll probably cut the salt in half, if not leaving it out entirely. Otherwise the flavor was subtle and great on a cold night.

We served this with a green salad.

Posted by Sean at 9:40 pm (Edit)

Cranberry Muffins

Cranberry Muffin

This is a recipe from All Recipes. These muffins are very, very good. We added a bit of course sugar on top which gives them just a bit of a crunchyness. Nicole says they taste like the muffins that were her favorite at the coffee shop when she was in school. Yum!

Posted by Sean at 5:46 pm (Edit)



From Cooking Light Magazine. They describe Posole as "a hominy-based stew" although it's more of a soup. We have made posole in the past, but we've made it with chicken and we usually add zuchini to it as well. This was a good recipe and the prep time wasn't too bad.

Posted by Sean at 5:02 pm (Edit)