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Breakfast is Good Baby

Friday, October 08, 2010

I read somewhere in a book breakfast was the best time to eat. Honey, I invited my daughters over for breakfast. Baby, I wish you was here in my soul food kitchen. We had some turkey sausage. I let the pig alone because I have high blood pressure. Watch out turkey! We also ate some hot buttery grits, scrambled eggs and toast. I saved you a plate. Yum, YUM, YUM ,YUMMY YUM, YUM, YUM, Yummy!

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ANNABELLE1957 10/9/2010 3:29AM

    love breakfast my fav meal emoticon

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Tuesday, September 28, 2010

I know I suppose to stay on my diet. I have been eating plenty of yogurt and bananas. Honey, Now, I have learned how eat some soul food in moderation. My mouth started watering when I went into my kitchen and and create one of my favorite dishes; Liver and Onions, yellow rice, and broccoli, carrots, and cauliflower . Doesn't' this sound delicious? It is not to fattening either. Yum! Yum!

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DJ4HEALTH 9/28/2010 10:05PM

    emoticon emoticon emoticon Love liver and when I make it I have to use coconut flour and almond flour. It even tastes great too.

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Sunday, September 27, 2009

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DELIVERED 10/12/2009 7:01AM

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No Pain No Gain

Thursday, September 03, 2009

I am so excited about loosing weight when, I got out of the bed this morning, I had some pain in my right side but I didn't let that stop me from walking around the Park for my daily exercise. My husband walked around the track with me. Lord is this a sign. emoticon This really surprised me but, it was very motivating for me because now, I have my family involved. After, I stopped walking, I stopped by Winn Dixie and bought some chicken, rice, punch and smoked neck bones . I will use smoked turkey the next time. I am getting there. I like to seasoned my peas with smoked neck bones. I had some snap beans in the refrigerator. I had baked chicken, rice, and snap peas for both lunch and dinner. I was diagnosed with arthritis. but baby, I kept on doing what I needed to do to stay fit. NO PAIN, NO GAIN. emoticon

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SSINGH3 9/7/2009 9:29PM

    That's how it's done. One step, one day at a time. You will surely reach your goal if you keep this mindset. I am cheering you on. Also, seasoning your peas and greens with smoked turkey is a great alternative. That's how I season mine when I cook them.

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NSTEWARD 9/7/2009 3:34PM

  You Go Girl! You are inspiration.....keep up the good work. And I do agree with you, family support is a bonus. emoticon

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CALDEROB 9/7/2009 10:52AM

    Keep pressing towards the mark!

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GRANDMAZ23 9/7/2009 10:20AM

  Way to go! Neck bones definitely will add flavor to any type of greens. Glad to hear that you've found a way around getting the great taste in food without adding the extra fat! Thanks for sharing!

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INHALE2680 9/3/2009 7:25PM

    Keep on keeping on! emoticon

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Soul Food (Southern Food)

Monday, August 24, 2009

My blog is about Soul food. Some people call it Southern food. This is the food that most African American grew up on who parents were slaves or descendants of slaves in America. Now, this was some good eating. However, Pork have caused high blood pressure in a majority of black people. Since we have found out that pork is detrimental to our health, we replace the pork with chicken or turkey. Then majority of the soul food consisted of barbecue ribs, yellow rice, collard greens, home made macaroni & cheese, baked beans with ground beef or bacon and fried chicken. We make home made lemonade or sweet tea for our drinks. The dessert consisted of sweet potato pie or peach cobbler. I grew up on chitterlings (chittlins), barbecue pig feet, smoke neck bones, and ham. However, I don't eat the pork anymore. These were some good times. My grandmother who raised me use to have a soul food restaurant. I use to love to eat stew beef. rice lima bean, and sweet potatoes. Those were the good days. ON HOLIDAYS WE STILL COOK OUR NATIVE FOODS. We eat this food in moderation now. If you have a medical problem, please don't eat the foods that are harmful to your heath. We just love to eat, drink and be merry.

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CWYNN01 8/25/2009 12:20PM

    That's right no more eating foods that aren't heart healthy or heart friendly!!

However, we can still have soul food but just healthier versions of it! We don't have to use the oils & put butter on everything or fry everything. We just have to modify the foods!

emoticon Here's to a healthy eating!

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    emoticon Sweet potato pie is one of my favorite desserts. I have found that no food is "Bad"... just the manner in which it is prepared is not healthy. Being raised by South Carolina natives we had "southern food" almost every day. I recently found a book by Wilbert Jones, titled THE NEW SOUL FOOD COOKBOOK,
Where he has taken and revamped soulfood recipes so that they a prepared in a healthy way. The book includes recipes for FRIED TURKEY & RICE, UNFRIED CHICKEN, SALMON PATTIES*, SPINACH SOUP*, SWEET POTATO BISCUITS*, BLACK-EYE PEAS SALAD, PEACH COBBLER, and CRANBERRY ICE just to name a few.

emoticon* Recipes I've tried

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NSTEWARD 8/24/2009 8:43AM

  Being a soul food lover myself.......moderation is the key. We can still enjoy our wonderful food, just not every day. emoticon

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GRANDMAZ23 8/24/2009 8:38AM

  Soul Food or Southern Food, whatever you call it, it's delicious! My parents grew up in the depression and food was scarce back then, so they ate whatever was available. When they became adults, their food choices really didn't change. I grew up on greens cooked with fatback, fried fish, potato & corn pancakes, sweet potatoes with marshmellows, and country ham. Good food to eat, but awful food for your health. It's hard sometimes to not add that extra fat to the things I cook.

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