Bell Pepper Salad Recipe

Stir Fry Bell Pepper Salad
…Simple, Healthy, Colorful and Delicious!

Bell Pepper Salad Recipe Thumbnail PhotoWe eat with our eyes first. If the food looks appetizing, then it will taste better. Our bell pepper salad recipe takes advantage of the many colors available in the world of bell peppers. Yellow, orange, red, and green – we use them all.

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Using Snap Peas in Recipes

Using Snap Peas to make Macaroni and cheese taste betterYou will not find this lunch item on any menu. This comes straight from our creative minds. We decided using snap peas would make Macaroni & Cheese a special treat. Made with fresh ingredients, everything about this dish screams healthy. Amazingly budget friendly too.

Today for Lunch Audio – August 24, 2016 – Mac & Cheese topped with Snap Peas – Bob Loescher © 2016

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Snap Pea Peanut Stirfry Recipe

Today for Lunch . 2016-08-15 . Snap Pea Peanut Stirfry . ThumbThis snap pea peanut stirfry features sautéed mushrooms, green peppers, chopped scallions topped with unsalted peanuts in a delicious Thai basil sauce. The star of the show are the sugar snap peas. I am always amazed at how stirfry can take a diverse collection of ingredients and make them work together so well. The lack of rice or noodles keeps this recipe extremely low carb. 

Today for Lunch Audio – August 15, 2016 – Snap Pea Peanut Stirfry with Mushrooms – Bob Loescher © 2016

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Mandarin Orange Stirfry Recipe

Mandarin Orange Stirfry RecipeMandarin Orange stirfry is a delightful lunch. This recipe is vegetarian and contains fruit. How can you go wrong? The colors are fabulous, and the taste is even better. If you need a break from the meat & carb diet, then Mandarin Orange stirfry is for you!

Today for Lunch Audio – July 11, 2016 – Mandarin Orange Stirfry Lunch Recipe – Bob Loescher © 2016

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Peanut Chicken Stirfry

Peanut Chicken Stirfry ThumbnailFor many cooks, stirfry is a great technique to master. It allows us to include a wide variety of vegetables into a single meal. Throwing in a few hot peppers can give the recipe a touch of “spicy”. Better yet, a stirfry easily supports all sorts of meats like beef, chicken, pork, and seafood. For todays’ Peanut Chicken stirfry, I chose a straightforward recipe-chicken, bell peppers, Thai pepper, and onions. I topped the mixture with peanuts.


Today for Lunch Audio – June 15, 2016 – Peanut Chicken Stirfry – Bob Loescher © 2016

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