Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Low Fat Chicken Cordon Bleu

The use of low-fat Ham and Swiss makes this a dish that can be enjoyed by everyone.

10 Websites That Teach What You Want to Know

If you find yourself with a little bit of extra time on your hands, why not learn something new? These websites offer knowledgeable advise and instructions about everyday things that you might find interesting to learn.

Blog Contest

From June 1st to June 30 2008, I will be holding a bit of a contest. During this time any bloggers who purchase a spot on my TOPSPOTS list will have the chance to have their blog advertised on CROCODILE SOUP FOR THE SOUL for an additional month as Blog Of The Month. The name and link of the winning blog will be displayed the following month in a prominent spot, along with the button seen here. Good luck and Happy Blogging.

Saturday, May 24, 2008

How to Achieve Extreme Health Benefits with Simple Food Choices

The lack of certain nutrients in ones diet can be detrimental not only to everyday health but can lead to serious illness. Many people tend to underestimate the importance of a well balanced diet, yet balance alone may be the most important part of any healthy diet.

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Canadian Cheddar Cheese Soup with Bacon

This recipe is a combination of my two favorite foods. Cheese and bacon. It is pure comfort food.

Monday, May 19, 2008

Banana Split Pie

A little bit of indulgence.

Street Vendor Style Sausage and Peppers

There is no need to fight traffic and crowds of people to enjoy authentic vendor style sausage and peppers. This recipe will have you thinking that you are at a big city street vendor, without the hassle.

Zucchini Bread

This tasty bread is easy to make and makes a healthy snack too.

Saturday, May 17, 2008

Alone with the Garden Fairies

I think that flower gardens are magical places where you can find just about anything if you look hard enough.

Thursday, May 15, 2008

Organic Vegetable Gardening Made Simple

We all know that eating organic vegetables is a healthy choice, but what about the cost? Many families would like to, but are unable to eat organic foods because they simply cannot afford to by them commercially. But there is an easy alternative to paying such a high price for healthy food. Growing it yourself.

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Grilled Fish Fillets with Dill and Cucumber Yogurt

The tartness of the dill in the yogurt in this recipe compliments the sweetness of the grilled fish. I prefer to use Halibut or Sole, but any thin fillets will do. A few good choices are Trout, Tilapia or Pickerel (Walleye).

Delicious "Perfect for Summer" Frozen Cocktails

No matter if they are enjoyed on a warm evening or as a dessert, these delicious frozen cocktails are the perfect addition to summer.

Wednesday, May 7, 2008

Homemade Ranch Dressing

In our house we use this dressing for just about everything. We use it as a dip for French-fries, crispy wings and raw vegetables. Sometimes we even use it on the salad.

Grilled Chicken Skewers with Homemade Tzatziki Sauce

These skewers are economical and simple to make, but the homemade Tzatziki sauce makes them taste like a million bucks. This recipe will make 10-12 skewers, depending on the size of the chicken breast. The sauce should be made several hours ahead as you will need to drain the Yogurt to thicken it.