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Cucumber Salad

I was recently on a two day trip to Atlanta to meet with the gals at the Cotton + Steel Studio. Most of you may know, they are the collaborative group of five young designers for RJR Fabrics, designing a broad range of cotton, rayon, canvas and double gauze modern prints. While in Atlanta, we visited some really fun restaurants. At one, I ordered a cucumber salad. When it arrived the presentation was so appealing.  As it turns out, it tasted just like the recipe from my mom that I’ve make often, except… (more…)

ITALIAN SAUSAGE HASH BROWN CASSEROLE

If you can’t find bulk Italian sausage, purchase the links and simply cut the casing to remove the meat and crumble before browning. I use half mild and half spicy sausage because my family likes spicy food. However, I have also used regular breakfast sausage as well. Many times I use a mixture of cheese… cheddar, colby, mozzarella, Asiago, etc. (more…)

Baked Italian Cabbage

This is a hearty and tasty Italian dish with very few carbs, if you are trying to avoid those kind of ingredients, by replacing the pasta with cabbage. When the cabbage cooks down, it becomes very sweet and loses the “cabbage” flavor some diners might object to it in its raw state. It is a great, low calorie option with lots of health benefits. The brown rice adds more fiber (more…)

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