Feeds:
Posts

Posts Tagged ‘Cream Cheese’

Not much to say here except that this is yummy. I’ll be honest, I wasn’t expecting much. I mean, how likely is it that a low-fat cheesy pasta is actually going to taste good? But, it was, in fact Adam and I were vying for the leftovers the next night!

Read Full Post »

This spread is so simple and so tasty it is a real treat. I’ve put it on muffins, English muffins, stirred into plain non-fat Greek yogurt, and even spooned over some low-fat ice-cream. It’s versatile, satisfying, and won’t break the calorie bank. Hard to beat if you ask me.

Read Full Post »

To say that this was a project would be something of an understatement. And, I’ll be honest with you, I’m not sure I would do it again… at least not like the way I did this time. See, my kids finished at school this past June and they are moving on to a new school […]

Read Full Post »

When I was in college there was a Chinese restaurant that delivered to campus called Hunan Peking. It wasn’t uncommon for my friends and me to order from there a couple of times a week. The first time I ordered crab rangoon at a friend’s urging I thought I’d died and gone to heaven. Creamy […]

Read Full Post »

Tea Sandwiches

Last Friday my daughter, Evelyn, graduated from Kindergarten.  To celebrate we had a tea party with a sliver tea pot, tea sandwiches, and red velvet cake. It was great and choosing which tea sandwiches to make was a lot of fun. From what I’ve gleaned there are some pretty traditional tea sandwiches like cucumber or […]

Read Full Post »

Key Lime Cheesecake

Today is Adam’s birthday. Each year I try to find something special that I can make for him for dessert. He’s pretty easy when it comes to what meal he wants: Steak frittes (AKA steak and a side of fries). But dessert is where I get to play.

Read Full Post »

This isn’t even really a recipe , but it’s something that you need to do if you haven’t already. Get a package of cream cheese and 4 oz lox (smoked salmon) and put them together in the food processor and blend. Then spread it on a bagel (fresh and still slightly warm is recommended highly, […]

Read Full Post »

I read an article in Runner’s World magazine a couple of years ago where a new runner was talking about what he thinks about while running. Peanut butter. He thinks about peanut butter. What stuck with me was not just that he thinks about peanut butter, it’s what he thinks about peanut butter. It stuck […]

Read Full Post »