Old Fashioned Comfort Food – Bev’s Chicken Casserole

Yep, it’s still winter--cold and rainy or perhaps piled high with snow where you live. No matter where you live, cold weather just makes you want to curl up beside a fireplace in a cozy, warm cottage doesn’t it? Comfort food is certainly on my mind at this time of year and one of the [...]

By | February 24th, 2017|Main Dish, Meal Ideas, Pasta, Poultry|Comments Off on Old Fashioned Comfort Food – Bev’s Chicken Casserole

Butternut Squash Pasta Sauce

If you love pasta but can't tolerate acidic tomato, you should try a butternut squash pasta sauce. It's perfect for Autumn, very easy to make, lower in acid and remarkably good! There are several brands of butternut squash pasta sauce on the market, most notably from Stonewall Kitchen and Dave’s Gourmet, which won Best Pasta Sauce [...]

By | October 13th, 2016|Fall Recipes, Pasta|Comments Off on Butternut Squash Pasta Sauce

To Bacon or Not To Bacon – Is Bacon IC & Bladder Friendly?

by Jill Osborne MA In the IC Diet Guidelines, fresh, organic meats are always recommended over preserved meats such as salami or bologna. Why? Because preserved meats usually contain a variety of chemicals and additives, such as sodium nitrite, that could irritate the bladder. But, what about bacon? Is "uncured" vs. "cured" bacon more IC [...]

By | May 8th, 2014|Main Dish, Pasta, Recipes|Comments Off on To Bacon or Not To Bacon – Is Bacon IC & Bladder Friendly?