IF you think I'm going to post my secret Chili Recipe...
...YOUR NUTS!!!
Talk to me on my deathbed.

GlennDL

Thursday, March 26, 2015

8 Things You Didn’t Know About Decaf Coffee:

Diana Vilibert, March 25, 2015jbthday

Whether you switch to decaf in the afternoon or opt for it all the time, you may be surprised to learn these things about decaf coffee:

Decaf doesn’t mean caffeine-free.
The amount of caffeine in decaf coffee varies (a lot).
Not all decaf is made equal.
1 in 10 coffee drinkers reach for decaf.
Decaf is good for your liver.
Decaf reduces your diabetes risk.
Decaf might raise your cholesterol
Decaf cuts prostate cancer risk.  

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see also Cleaning your coffee maker:

note: Swiss Water process

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Six Can Chicken Tortilla Soup:

graphic (17)Recipe by Terryn
"Delicious and EASY zesty soup recipe that uses only 6 canned ingredients! Serve over tortilla chips, and top with shredded Cheddar cheese. Throw away the cans and no one will know that it is not from scratch!"image
from allrecipes.com

This recipe fits all my conditions: less than 8 ingredients, simple, adaptable. The reviews on “allrecipes” had several suggestions for spicing it up.

I replaced the beans with Minute Multi-Grain Medley (rice,1 packet), substituted frozen diced chicken (another suggestion is rotisserie chicken from Kroger). I also experimented with Cream of Chicken Soup in place of chicken broth and also kept the broth and added a can of Cream of Chicken.

Play with it, its good for a pot of soup to dip in through the week at lunch.                                                 GlennDL

Sunday, March 22, 2015

Science Says That Romaine Beats Kale.

The top 15 nutrient rich foods. Researchers analyzed the nutritional content of 47 fruits and vegetables and ranked them according to how much fiber, protein, potassium, and vitamins they contain.

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Five Condiments That Don’t Need To Be Refrigerated:

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The following suggested timeframes for keeping condiments refers to condiments that are commercially made since those tend to contain enough preservatives.

Remember that while the following opened condiments don't have to be kept in the refrigerator, they should be kept at a cool room temperature and out of direct sunlight. graphic (4)

And always use common sense — if a condiment starts to smell or taste funny, ditch it.

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Sunday, March 8, 2015

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