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Lasagna with no bake pasta and zucchini

The wide flat sheets of Lasagne pasta originally made by the Romans were called lasagne. Lasagne later came to refer to a dish cooked using long flat pasta sheets, layered with minced meat, cheese, and tomatoes.  Lasagne originated in the Emilia-Romagna region of North Central Italy where authentic egg pasta was born. Lasagna, the most […]

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Stuffed Pepper Bites without Rice

Both Bill and I enjoy Bell peppers.  Often called sweet peppers, they have a characteristic bell shape with crunchy, thick fleshy texture.  Additionally, on comparison with other members, bell (sweet) peppers feature characteristically less pungency that ranges from zero to very minimal hotness.  For the same reasons, they generally treated like any other common vegetables instead […]

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Stuffed Zucchini

Fortunately, zucchini is one of Bill’s favorite vegetables and I am glad that he likes it because  it has a ton of health benefits!  When I recently read that it helps lower cholesterol, I decided I need to figure out how to prepare it with some more variety.  Although we do enjoy it’s mild delightful […]

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Ground Beef or Turkey Enchiladas

Although we really enjoy it, I don’t prepare a lot of Mexican cuisine – other than taco’s and/or taco salads.  Recently, I decided to prepare Enchilada’s (pronounced as “ehn-chee-lah-thahs”) after spotting some pre-made sauce at the grocery store that got my taste buds going.  The term “enchilada” simply means ” dipped in chili”.  Originally, enchiladas are […]

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Chili

According to Wikipedia: Chili con carne, (chili with meat), more commonly known in American English as simply “chili”, is a spicy stew containing chili peppers, meat (usually beef), tomatoes and often beans. Other seasonings may include garlic, onions, and cumin.  Variations, both geographic and personal, may involve different types of meat, as well as a variety of […]

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