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How to cook at Camp

  Do you have to compromise the quality of your meal when you set out into the woods? Nope. Sure cracking open a can of baked beans is the easiest way to eat when on the move.  Please don’t see the can of beans as a limitation, it’s just the beginning of what you can… Continue Reading

Green Pea and Bacon Soup

Green peas, I forget about them a lot of the time. I recently read about how they are high in fiber, protein, and when fresh, vitmin C. In addition they house biotin. Biotin is a vitamin essential for hair, skin, and nails. A.K.A vitamin H it’s a key element for energy production. Peas also come with… Continue Reading

Egg Pancake

The egg pancake one of life’s great treats. I do mean this is a treat, it’s 3 eggs flour and sugar-and its amazing. A cross between a crepe and a souffle. It puffs up in the oven and then compresses with cooling. Through scientific analysis I’ve found all this air gives these dense ingredients a… Continue Reading

Salmon, Risotto, Cream Sauce and Avocado

I created this meal to pump up my omega intake. Omega 3,6,9 are the most well know. Omega 3 will be in your fish, 6 is mainly in nuts for this recipe in the pin nuts, 9 will be found in both the fish and nuts yet showcased in the avocado. The omega’s are all… Continue Reading

Ricotta Jelly Frozen Tart.

Ricotta day 2: Frozen tart. It has been a HOT summer, thank you global warming. In an effort to beat the heat and use up some of my delicious ricotta I created this recipe for a frozen tart. In the post bellow (also linked here) check out information on how ricotta can compliment your diet…. Continue Reading


I NEED cheese. Cheese reacts in my brain as if it were heroin- highly addictive. I will never quit you cheese, never. I decided to make some cheese from scratch after reading an above average cookbook “Buy the Butter Make the Bread” by Jennifer Reese.  Ricotta is great cheese to start out with. It literally means “twice cooked” in… Continue Reading

Contribution- Jillian Makee “The Importance of eating healthy”

Readers!!! I have something new for you. I received an email from a reader asking to contribute to nutrition education. May I introduce miss Jillian Mckee. She is a BTK follower, who specializes in cancer outreach and education. She is dedicated to getting rich information out to anyone who wants to read. So, in an effort to lend a hand, here is some great information on how… Continue Reading

Stuffed Chicken: Asparagus, Feta, Lemon, Herbs. With Tomato Sauce.

I used to think french chefs were magicians for making Chicken Cordon Bleu. How do they get the ham and the cheese inside the chicken!? Then I tried stuffing a chicken breast and found it to be incredibly easy. I urge you to try your hand. The possibilities for stuffing are impressive, and endless- make… Continue Reading

Radish Salad

  Ahhh the radish. Underutilized in most kitchens (mine included) however, the radish does have its allure. Radishes are high in vitamin C and K, as well as a high mineral content. Also, like the watermelon, the radish houses heaps of water and fiber. More on radishes health here. Water crest is new to me, its… Continue Reading

Cauliflower Gratin

I could eat cheese all day if I were allowed. In addition to that, mac and cheese is the comfort food-to me. I wish I could but I can not eat mac and cheese with every meal. So when I am looking for an alternative to the “pasta” part of the mac and cheese, cauliflower… Continue Reading