Mediterranean Chicken and Vegetable Kabobs

Who doesn’t like food on sticks? These Mediterranean Chicken and Vegetable Kabobs are an easy dinner that can be customized to fit everyone’s taste. With a side of cous cous or rice these kabobs make for a rather quick meal, but something you could even serve to company. These can easily be made on the grill over medium high heat.  Since we just moved and the grill didn’t exactly make the move. … [Read more...]

Grilled Vegetable Pita

Lately I have been on a bit of a vegetarian kick. I recently dove back into eating healthier and trying to shed a few pounds. Making a sandwich or salad loaded with veggies has just been easier that using meat. I have also whipped up a few batches of Ellie Krieger’s Baba Ganoush to use on sandwiches or just as a dip for veggies at snack time. At only 75 calories for 1/3 cup it makes a great low … [Read more...]

Hibachi Chicken and Veggies

As soon as I saw Isabel’s recent #SundaySupper post with yum yum sauce I knew hibachi chicken would be on the menu soon. Have you seen the prices of those hibachi restaurant lately? Boy are they expensive, not to mention not healthy at all! Making this sauce allows you to enjoy hibachi at home for pennies compared to Benjamins. Keep extra sauce in the fridge for up to a week. Next week I will … [Read more...]

Couscous Salad

When I was in Paris a few years ago, we ate at local Mediterranean that only served couscous. I think it was there I fell in love. We a big bowl of couscous topped with grilled vegetables delivered to our table and made a meal out of it. Now every time I have couscous I am reminded of that meal. I was ecstatic when couscous became more popular over here and we began to easily find it in our … [Read more...]

Vegetable Tortellini Soup

True Story: I used to be intimidated by soup. All the recipes I read always seemed so complicated and time consuming. This was actually the first soup recipe I ever created. Now we eat soup regularly because it is such a great way to clean out the fridge. Have some vegetables such as carrots, celery, or mushrooms you need to use up? Toss them in. Don’t be afraid to experiment a little. Make … [Read more...]