Originally Posted by PINK Moonpie,
Lamb shanks were on sale today so I picked one up. I rubbed it with coconut oil, made slits in the meat with a small knife and stuffed in thin slivers of 2 big garlic cloves half way into the slits. I dropped the extra slivers into the bottom of the pan and seasoned it all the way around with salt, fresh ground pepper, and California garlic powder. I had it in a glass meatloaf pan so I cooked it at little lower temp. at 325* for 1 hr. I also made mashed cauliflower and the
Originally Posted by PINK Today I took that marinating pork roast (including the enchilada sauce) and threw it in the slow cooker on top of some sliced mushrooms. Then I chopped 1 onion, 3 green onions, 1 large carrot, 2 T fresh parsley, 1/3 of a sliced green pepper, 1 c sliced celery, 2 T of sliced pepperoccini in the jar along wit1 T juice , 1 T sliced Jalapenos in the jar, a sprinkle of N Mexico chili powder, same for santa maria seasoning, same cumin and twirled a spoon around the veggies and spices and stuffed the veggies
Originally Posted by PINK With the small meatloaf recipe I made I also made the Fauxtatoes aka cauliflower puree.
I used 1/2 of a large cauliflower, flung my knife around it on the cutting board until I had a big pile of 1/2 to 3/4 in. pieces of cauliflower. It only took 2 minutes. I plopped it all in a glass bowl, added 2 T of water, covered it with some plastic wrap and nuked it for 7 minutes.
Then I added 3 T of butter, salt and pepper and blended it till pretty darn smooth.
Originally Posted by PINK Thanks moonbeam and others for sharing your recipes! Please say what book of Dana's it came from and include at least the carb count so we know how high it is for that meal.
I have to type these out by hand until I replace my printer and can just scan them in.
This was delicious although I am still having some trouble because guar likes to stay in little clumps which is against my religion. : )
From Dana's 15 minute meals.
Originally Posted by PINK Evermont,
What you wrote below is one of the most beautifully expressed posts on the human condition and Diabetes that I have ever had the pleasure of seeing.