All posts by OnlineGranny Facebook Group: Sharon's Shared Recipes A little about myself: I'm what you call an accomplished cook of Italian and Scandinavian descent. I've been around the food industry since I was a child and it seems now my daughter Wendy is following right in my footsteps. My Parents owned a couple of restaurants while I was growing up. Both my parents were wonderful cooks; Father got more training from the Chefs he employed in his restaurants. Paternal Grandmother was employed as a cook in the homes of Connecticut well to do families. My Mother-in-Law was also a wonderful cook. My Oldest Grandson is Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts Graduate although he chooses not to work in the industry these days.

Cobb Salad | Skinnytaste

Layers of hard-boiled eggs, bacon, blue cheese, tomatoes and, avocado make up the classic Cobb Salad. This attractive salad would make a beautiful addition to your Easter table. You can modify the ingredients to your liking, use turkey bacon, add cucumbers, carrots, whatever you like. Cobb Salad Gina’s Weight Watcher Recipes Servings: 8 • Time: 30 minutes • Points +: 4 pts • Smart Points: 3 Calories: 141.9 • Fat: 9.3 • Carbs: 5.2 • Fiber: 3.0 • Sugar: 0.6 • Protein: 11.0 Adapted from Simply Recipes 2 cups shredded romaine lettuce 1/2 head of Boston lettuce (or Iceberg), coarsely chopped 2 hard-boiled large eggs, separated, whites and yolks finely chopped 5 slices of bacon, cooked and crumbled 1 ripe hass avocado, cut into 1/2-inch pieces 6 oz chicken breast, cooked and diced 2 tomatoes, finely chopped 1/2 cup crumbled blue cheese reduced fat Arrange chopped lettuce on the bottom of a large platter. Layer the chicken, bacon, tomato, egg and avocado in neat rows over the greens. Top

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Slow Cooker Black Eyed Peas

These slow cooker black eyed peas are loaded with ham, sausage and veggies. The perfect crock pot meal to get your new year off to the right start! Ring in the new year the Southern way with these easy and delicious black eyed peas. They’re full of smoky meat and are absolutely amazing served over rice. In the South, eating black eyed peas on New Year’s Day is thought to bring prosperity for the new year. Get your new year started off on the right foot with these easy (and totally delicious) slow cooker black eyed peas. They’re hearty, loaded

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