Tag Archives: casserole

Crustless Pizza Casserole

You know what’s really empowering, Foodies? Making something the way you like it, just because that’s how you  like it. Not the way the kids like it or your spouse likes it, but just the way you want it. I had an epiphany recently. I’ve spent a lot of my post-op career catering to everyone’s preferences in my crusade to …

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Nik’s Fall Eggplant Casserole

Aubergine. That’s what I think of when I think of eggplant. Because that’s what my mom used to call it. With an exaggerated, fake French accent. Aubergine. Turns out that’s French for eggplant. Who knew? (Shouting up to heaven: “Sorry, mom, for all the times I rolled my eyes!”) It’s a nifty little vegetable once you are able to eat it. …

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PWYF Moment: Angela’s Italian Melt Casserole

PWYF. Play with your food. It’s our philosophy. And many of you have whole-heartedly embraced the challenge of looking at a recipe, then figuring out how to change it so that it works for YOUR weight-loss surgery lifestyle, preferences and tastes. I love it. And I especially love it when you share the results with me. Today we celebrate Angela’s …

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Dee Dee’s Cheesy Squash & TVP Casserole

I just love it when you guys play with your food and let me know about it. It’s so exciting to see what you’re cooking up. My pal Dee Dee sent this to me to show her first attempt at working with TVP (“What the heck is TVP?”). It looks yummy, vegetarian-friendly (correct me if I’m wrong) and easy to make!  …

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Cheesy Chicken, Broccoli & “Rice” Casserole

Ok, so let’s talk about condolence food. You know what I’m talking about. Someone passes away and family, friends, people you hardly even know start bringing you food. Yummy food. Comforting food. Carby food. For my part, I have sort of been picking at the condolence food, much to the chagrin of La Petite Diva who has appointed herself my …

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