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Heart Healthy Salmon, Spinach and Sweet Yam Stew

Salmon is low in mercury in comparison to other fish and contains important protein and unsaturated fats. Like many other dark leafy greens, spinach is high in vitamins.   It is one of the most nutritious foods available and is an excellent promoter of cardiovascular health. Yams are rich in vitamin B6, which helps reduce levels […]

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Simple Saucy Salmon

The omega-3 fatty acids found in salmon will help lower your cholesterol.  Salmon also helps speed up your metabolism which can help lower your blood sugar level which in turn decreases your risk of developing diabetes.  Make  it a very Good Friday with this salmon recipe. Serves 4-6 Ingredients: 4-6 salmon fillets, 6 ounces each […]

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Shrimp Wrapped in Serrano Ham

This is a no fuss cocktail party recipe that is sure to impress your guests this New Year’s Eve.  Cooking with Serrano ham is not complicated.  It simply adds flavor and is a compliment to many dishes whether it’s served hot or cold.  The ham is easily digestible and contains high levels of acidic and […]

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Brown Rice Chicken, Chorizo and Shrimp Paella

Brown rice gets a bad wrap but if you pair it with the right spices, you will be converted.  The process used to convert brown rice into white rice destroys more than half its nutrients.  This rice is high in fiber, lowers cholesterol and helps prevent weight gain.  What’s not to love? This is also […]

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Pickled Swordfish

Good Friday Pickled Swordfish

This fish recipe is traditionally served slightly chilled or at room temperature but is just as delicious warm.  On Good Friday, it is customary for many Latin American countries and is a great alternative to steak. We used swordfish which is a lean, low-calorie choice and comes as close to steak as you can get. Posted […]

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