Life much like travelling is full of twists turns and expected surprises. Several years ago Bob Perry from Rolling Strong first told me of a simple way to make flavorful and lower calorie tuna salad by substituting marinara sauce. In my mind the thought of that combination had zero appeal. It was not till this year I finally found the courage to try it. To my pleasant surprise it was GOOD!!! Continue reading A Twist and a Turn on Tuna Salad
Here is this month’s recipe I did for the Rolling Strong Newsletter. I am especially proud of this month’s recipe. On a recent visit to my mother I got the opportunity to make this for her for the first time. As mom has gotten older her tastes have changed and many of her favorite foods she no longer enjoys. I was thrilled that she loved both the chops as well as the cabbage salad. She even asked for some seconds which is very rare for her!!! Continue reading Whole Mustard Coated Pork Chops.
Here is another video from my friend Linda Caffee a Freightliner Team Run Smart Pro. She shows a great way to make bean soup using a Rice Cooker on the truck. Best of all she shows a simple way to make clean up a snap.
Here is one of my first recipes, it is featured in the April Rolling Strong Newsletter.
This recipe was a result of my wanting a healthier alternative to pasta, that was simple and easy to fix on the truck. From start to finish I can have this meal prepared and cooked in less than 30 minutes. The Cabbage noodles also work well in almost any other dish where Pasta is an ingredient.
As some of you may have heard. I will be doing a monthly column and recipe for the Rolling Strong Newsletter. Here is a link to think month’s issue of their newsletter. I will be posting some pics of the dish as well as reposting the recipe later today or tomorrow. Unfortunately the original pics didn’t turn our well for the newsletter, and by the time I found out I did not have enough time to cook it and retake them. Which I hope to get done later today. Here is the link!!! Rolling Strong Newsletter
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