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Barbecue Chicken Salad w/Cilantro-Honey-Lime Dressing by themotherhuddle #Salad #Chicken #Honey_Lime #themotherhuddle

High Fiber and Protein Dinner Ideas

Barbecue Chicken Salad w/Cilantro-Honey-Lime Dressing by themotherhuddle #Salad #Chicken #Honey_Lime #themotherhuddle

Homemade Thai Red Curry Paste @dreamaboutfood. Thai curry chicken wings. Gluten free, low carb

Thai Curry Chicken Wings – Low Carb and Gluten-Free

Homemade Thai Red Curry Paste @dreamaboutfood. Thai curry chicken wings. Gluten free, low carb

Glazed Carrots.  Baby carrots: 1 pound  Butter: 2 tablespoons  Honey (you can also use brown sugar for variation): 2 tablespoons  Lemon juice: 1 tablespoon  Salt and Freshly ground black pepper (according to taste)  Chopped flat-leaf parsley for garnish (optional): 1/4 cupe

Glazed Carrots. Baby carrots: 1 pound Butter: 2 tablespoons Honey (you can also use brown sugar for variation): 2 tablespoons Lemon juice: 1 tablespoon Salt and Freshly ground black pepper (according to taste) Chopped flat-leaf parsley for garnish (optional): 1/4 cupe

Chicken Roasted with White Wine

Chicken Roasted with White Wine

Chicken Roasted with White Wine - pretty good preparation. Hubby ate it leftover.

The 11 Best Gluten-Free Restaurants in NYC (grilled cheese,  pasta, pastries, tacos, pizza, meatballs, falafel)

11 Ways to Eat Gluten-Free in NYC That Don't Suck

The 11 Best Gluten-Free Restaurants in NYC (grilled cheese, pasta, pastries, tacos, pizza, meatballs, falafel)

LA galbiIn a large bowl, add 1/3 cup soy sauce, 1/3 cup water or cooking wine, ¼ cup honey (or 1/3 cup brown sugar), and 1 ts ground black pepper. Blend 1 Korean pear (about 2 cups’ worth), 8 cloves of garlic, 1 medium onion, and 1 ts of chopped ginger until it turns into a white creamy liquid. Add it to your soy sauce base and add 2 tbs sesame oil. *tip: If you can’t find a Korean pear, use 2 ripe bosc pears. I sometimes use bosc pears and they work well.

LA galbi

LA galbiIn a large bowl, add 1/3 cup soy sauce, 1/3 cup water or cooking wine, ¼ cup honey (or 1/3 cup brown sugar), and 1 ts ground black pepper. Blend 1 Korean pear (about 2 cups’ worth), 8 cloves of garlic, 1 medium onion, and 1 ts of chopped ginger until it turns into a white creamy liquid. Add it to your soy sauce base and add 2 tbs sesame oil. *tip: If you can’t find a Korean pear, use 2 ripe bosc pears. I sometimes use bosc pears and they work well.

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