Coleslaw is the new cool kid in the kitchen

I’ve now pulled some out of the fridge and am chomping away. There’s something about the crunch of cabbage that helps make this great. It’s official: this coleslaw is tasty! I will concede that it’s not as awesome as the Asian slaw, but still pretty amazing. And it’s a completely different flavour, which I love. I’m a fan of variety, and when I can find it in healthy and easy to make recipes that can sit in the fridge for a few days to be eaten as simple snacks, I get excited.

Curried zucchini salad recipe


1/2 onion (Sliced and quartered)

2 cloves garlic (chopped)

2 tbsp olive oil (or avocado oil)

3 medium zucchini (Yellow or green, or a combination. Slice them on a diagonal about a half inch thick. Ok, truth be told, I can’t tell the difference between a quarter and half inch enough to eyeball it. Look at the picture. That’s about how thick to cut it)

1 tbsp curry powder* …

Sesame “noodles” (spaghetti squash) recipe

This recipe actually started out as an idea. I wanted to make a sesame noodle dish with spaghetti squash. I’m not really into low carb or Paleo eating, but I am into eating more vegetables. So I went to Google to see what I could find. I found nothing. So I looked at several sesame noodle recipes.

Spinach in a smoothie?????

It’s crazy, I know. But I just finished drinking a smoothie that has spinach as one of the ingredients. And it was really good. And by good, I am referring to the taste, not the healthiness. No, really.

Healthy, tasty, and quick recipes!

To be clear, I rarely come up with my own recipes. I’m a pretty good cook, but I am no chef. I know what I like, I’m getting pretty good at finding the great recipes from reading them, and I have cooked enough to make minor adjustments if needed. So that’s what you’ll see: other people’s recipes. Nothing original here! Yes, I give credit where credit is due – respect to the real chefs out there!

So why post recipes from others if they’re already online? Basically it’s to pull some great recipes into one location: to help you find great recipes without having to search the vastness of the interweb.

What kind of recipes will you find? Ones that meet what I call the Triple Crown of cooking: