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The Culinary Arts Group


The Culinary Arts Group

A place where you can post recipes, photos of delicious and healthy dishes, and a few naughty ones too (like my chocolate gravy with homemade bisquits, Ozark style), and plan an artist potluck to share and exchange yummy treats and just have fun!

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Comment by SIN on June 14, 2010 at 8:53pm
IN THE MOOD, meaning...the art zone. Just wanted to clarify that. I am trying to be more aware of my words, and how I use them. Even in the food world. Lol.
Comment by SIN on June 14, 2010 at 8:52pm
Wow Audrey, that salad sounds amazing. I want some!
You do look good, last time I saw you, I could really see the difference.
Good for you.
I hope my new diet will help me too!
I love veggies, and really, the best food is the natural and colorful ones. Though, I did grab a handful of black licorece(spelled wrong) down at the studio today. It was really good, and puts me in the mood.
I am sure that red wine could stain the teeth. I never thought of that. Hmmmmm. I just don't like the white wine as much though. Yucko.
Comment by AUDREY RAWLINGS ARENA on June 13, 2010 at 9:40pm
Red wine diet sounds interesting, but I have switched to white because red stains my teeth no matter how often I brush! Maybe I just drank too much! We do eat alot of garlic and olive oil in my family, but have cut down on the pasta, bread and potatoes and flour tortillas. Whole grain is best, but even that in moderation. Many times I make a meat like tri tip or chicken breast and stir fry veggies (mostly brocolli) or a big salad with olive oil, vinegar , and sometimes feta cheese, artichoke hearts, and stuffed olives, onions etc, and that's all, very quick and easy for Ray and I. When I cook for my son and grand-daughter I add more things that they will eat, like macaroni and cheese, potatoes, rice etc. Ray and I have switched from eating ice cream almost every night, to sugar free pudding--I have lost alot of weight being on a healthier diet, of course taking care of a toddler has added alot of excercise too!
Comment by SIN on June 13, 2010 at 8:05am
I accidently posted this in the writer's group so I am re-posting it.

Tonight we celebrated my mother's 73rd birthday. We had bbq chicken, salad, beans and bread. The dinner was very good and we topped it off with a delicious lemon cake. Happy Birthday Mom!

I hope she loved her gift the kids and I gave her. Geez, I have know that woman all of my life! That is a good thing. xo
Comment by SIN on June 9, 2010 at 4:21pm
Today I had the weirdest craving for hot sourdough french bread and butter.
It is strange the way food cravings can come on suddenly. I was sitting in the doc. office waiting to be seen, so of course, getting it was not an option. But it is just interesting to me how we can have such cravings.
Does anyone else have these types of cravings, just out of no where.
Comment by SIN on June 9, 2010 at 10:47am
Olive oil and garlic, not fried foods. And now I am going to start the red wine diet. Yes!
Comment by SIN on June 8, 2010 at 2:35pm
Oh, by the way, does anyone want to go to a potluck at Margaret Hudson's next Monday. It is always so fun!
Comment by SIN on June 8, 2010 at 2:34pm
That sounds better then what I made, but it was healty and actually very good. Now I am home and getting ready to eat icecream before I go do another shoot. Lol. I love you all!
Comment by Andra Christenson on June 8, 2010 at 2:06pm
I made home made chili for lunch. YUM!!!!! I am eating again because of stress and emotional upset. I need to stop and begin eating to live not living to eat.
Comment by SIN on June 8, 2010 at 9:59am
Oatmeal and baked fish for breakfast.

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