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Grilled Lamb Burgers


This was so fresh and delicious!


6 oz. ground sirloin

6 ox. ground lamb

1 t. cumin

1 t. paprika

1/2 t. pepper

1/2 t. salt

6 ‘ pita rounds, with top cut off


Feta cheese

Red onions, sliced

Cucumbers, sliced

Tomatoes, sliced



Combine meats and spices. Form into 4 burgers. Grill until done.

Lightly grill the pita rounds.

Stuff each pita with a burger and desired toppings.


Chicken Saute with Peppers & Goat Cheese



This was unusual but very tasty.

This is 3 Weight Watcher Freestyle Points (4 servings)


1 1/2 T. flour

12 oz. boneless skinless chicken breasts, cut into chunks

2 t. olive oil, divided

2 peppers, cut into strips

1 medium onion, thinly sliced

2 cloves garlic, minced

1 c. marinara sauce

1/4 c. water

Sliced fresh basil

4 T. Feta cheese, in chunks


In a zip loc bag, mix together the chicken, flour, salt and pepper.

Heat 1 t. oil in a pan. Add the chicken and cook until lightly browned and cooked through. Remove from heat.

In same pan, add 1 t. oil. Add peppers and onions and toss to coat. Cover and cook, stirring occasionally, until tender and lightly browned (about 12 min).

Add garlic and sauté for a few seconds. Stir in tomato sauce and water. Bring to a simmer.

Return chicken to pan. Heat through. Remove from heat and add basil. Mix to combine. Sprinkle feta cheese on top before serving.

Serve over rice. 1/4 c. of Basmati Rice is 5 Weight Watchers Freestyle points

Weeds for a Salad!


When we were recently in Italy, we were served Dandelion greens which my cousin picked from their own yard! When I came home, I told my mom that we ate weeds, and she said that she remembers eating those in Italy growing up and how good they were! Then, the other day, while I was shopping at Nob Hill Market in Los Gatos, I saw Dandelion greens in the vegetable case! I had to try them…and yes, they were tender and delicious in a salad. Now I’m hooked!

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Bunch of Dandelion greens, fresh and organic

Crumbled Feta Cheese

Dressing of choice: I used a mixture of EVOO, red wine vinegar, and a dab of Dijon mustard and mix it all together.


Remove the tough stem at the bottom of the dandelion leaf. The center ones are OK and soft to eat.

Cut the leaves into small pieces.

Add the cheese and the dressing, with a little salt and pepper! Voila!