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Guest Post: Easy Peasy Breakfast Taquitos

We've come up with a simple and "healthier" breakfast taquitos recipe using crimini mushrooms that we think you'll want to make again and again. Instead of deep frying the taquitos we bake them in the oven. It is a recipe that the kids can help out with and that the whole family can enjoy!

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Guest Post: Shepherd’s Patty Pie

Shepherd’s pie was requested but it’s not my favourite. Why not make a filling that I really like and top it with some mashed something or other and just call it a day? I really wanted something that was a bit spicy, like a Jamaican beef patty. And that is how Shepherd’s Patty Pie was born.

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Guest Post: Mushroom and Garlic Focaccia

There is a little effort involved with making the focaccia, but most of the time is set aside for the rising of the dough. While that happens, set a large frying pan over medium heat, and slowly cook the button and oyster mushrooms until golden brown. Lovely twiggy herbs like thyme or rosemary, and plenty of garlic add an agreeable aroma to the pan. The focaccia is thick and chewy, and the garlic mushrooms add a rich and earthy flavour to each slice.

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A half-cup serving of cooked sliced mushrooms has a mere 14 calories, virtually no fat, 1 gram of fibre and is a source of phosphorus, potassium, copper, selenium, niacin and pantothenic acid. Mushrooms are also a good source of riboflavin, and are the only vegetable in the produce section with natural Vitamin D. All that goodness with little calories and fat.

Recent studies also show that mushrooms can help with:

  • Weight Management
  • Blood Pressure
  • Diabetes
  • Childhood Obesity

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