Herbed Salmon Ball Recipe

1 can Salmon (wild caught not farm raised)
1 8 oz. cream cheese softened
1 Clove of Garlic, pressed
½ cup small curd cottage cheese
¼ cup minced onion
1 tsp fine herbs, crumbled
½ tsp. thyme, crumbled
1 cup chopped parsley
½ cup chopped walnuts
Add Crackers
Drain Salmon – remove skin if desired
Mash bones
Combine with cream cheese, garlic, onion,
Add cottage cheese, fine herbs, thyme
Mix until well blended
Stir in Salmon
Chill 3 hours
Roll in parsley & walnuts
Serve with crackers = 4 serving

(Recipe sent in by Barbie)


Maine Wild Blueberries

Maine wild blueberries fresh or frozen have more anti-oxidant than cultivated blueberries, frozen, canned, or fresh.

I recommend  WYMAN’S Wild Blueberries because these are Maine Blueberries and known nationally as the best anti-oxidants.

They can be found in the frozen berries section at your supermarket.The bags are blue and the writing on the label makes it easy to spot.

These are the #1 anti-oxidant, anti-aging and anti-cancer berries.  Its much cheaper than the 3 quart of cultivated blueberries I bought last summer. I’m saving alot per quart when I buy the Maine Wild Blueberries frozen. The best part is that they are already frozen and cleaned for me, all I have to do is buy them when it is convenient for me.

(Tip from a fan named Barbie)


Tips on Salmon

These tips are from Barbie who is a follower of this site.  Some of her Salmon recipes will be posted shortly.

If you want to save money on protein, try using Geisha pink salmon, look for “wild Caught” on the label near the bar code. Don’t be fooled by other salmon cans stating “Wild Alaskan Salmon” on the front. If the cans don’t say wild caught, the salmon has been farmed raised and fed pure vegetable high saturated oil to fatten them up. One can has 7 servings, only 90 calories, and 12 grams of protein. I often use it like tuna, I crushed the bones (free calcium) lots of people do this, and I don’t bother to scrape off the skin anymore, its easier not to. It’s an excellent source of protein, low calories and very filling, and best of all it is a low cost meal.

The Salmon loaf is so easy, I often don’t put it in a ball, but spread it in a square dish and then use it for sandwiches or sometime I put a clump on my supper plate instead of meat. I think you would really like this if you like tuna fish. It taste the same to me. If it seems too fishy, just give a squirt of lemon juice to it.



10 Things You Should Not Refrigerate

Certain food items are at their prime when stored at room temperature such as Hot Sauce, Potatoes, Bread, Onions and more. Also, there are certain other items you should not store in the fridge such as Batteries. That one was a surprise to me.

Information gathered from Yahoo! Shineclick here to read more and view the photos of the items you should not refrigerate.



Ramesh’s Curried Vegetables

Ramesh’s Curried Vegetables

(Recipe by Liza B.)

Spices:Tumeric, Curry Powder, Salt, Pepper, Sesame Seeds, Mustard Seeds, Fresh Sage if available, Fresh Ginger (grated or finely diced), Fresh Sage


1-2 Potatoes
1 Red Pepper
2-3 Carrots
1 Head of Cauliflower
1 Bunch of Collard Greens
Fresh Spinach
2-4 Tomatoes
1 Habenero or other Hot Pepper
1 Can Chick Peas or other White Bean

Other:  Plain yogurt: to serve on the side, Papads (if you can find them) and Rice: white, basmati, or whatever sounds good to you!

Notes: You will cook the vegetables in stages, starting from hardest to softest. You can cook them in the order of how soft or hard you want them to be.

One: Rinse dry rice and then cook.

Two: Grate of finely dice the ginger and habenero pepper, and then set aside for later.

Tree: Chop/dice red pepper

Four: Take large sauce pan and fill with about 1 inch of water, then bring to a boil. Add chopped red pepper and let simmer for about 3-5 minutes.

Five: While the red pepper is simmering – cut potatoes, carrots, tomatoes and cauliflower into large pieces and set aside. The large pieces will break down while cooking. Also Chop collard green and spinach and set aside.

Six: Start adding the other vegetables in the order of how soft or hard you want them to be. Here is the order that I add them in:
• Add the carrots and cook another few minutes
• Add potatoes and cook another few minutes
• Add the cauliflower and mix together, then sprinkle about 1-2 teaspoons of turmeric over the cauliflower and then mix together again. (You can add the turmeric gradually until the vegetables turn a light translucent yellow – too much turmeric will make the sauce very thick).
• Cook for about 5 minutes and mix occasionally
• Add chopped collard greens, but DON’T mix in right away. Just dump them on top and then cover the pot and let them steam for about 5-10 minutes. Then mix them in.
• Add chopped spinach and mix in right away or else the leaves will clump togetherr
• Then add the tomatoes and cook about another 10 minutes or until the tomatoes are completely broken down into the sauce. After the tomatoes break down there should be about an inch of liquid in the pot, if not add more water.
• Add can of beans and mix in
• Add the following seasonings and mix together:
o Tablespoon Curry powder
o ½ Teaspoon Cajun or other spicy spice
o ½ Teaspoon Poultry Seasoning (Bell’s Seasoning)

Seven: Turn down heat and simmer.

Eight: Add about ¼ inch of oil (olive, peanut, or vegetable) into a small sauce pan and heat.

Nine: Add the following and stir until the fresh herbs start to turn dark and the sesame seeds may pop a little:
• Ginger, Habenero Pepper, Handful of fresh Sage
• ½ Teaspoon Fennel Seed
• ½ Teaspoon Mustard Seed
• 1 Teaspoon Sesame Seed
• About 4 Tablespoons of Lentils (all one kind or mix them up if you want)
Once this mixture is done, stir it into the vegetables and you’re done!
Serve with yogurt on the side

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