All Posts By Robin Miller

Eggplant, Your Summer Friend

by in Uncategorized, June 8th, 2012
eggplant

Use eggplant for more than just eggplant parm.

Eggplant is often relegated to two things: eggplant parmesan and ratatouille. Don’t get me wrong, I love both (and I’m sure I’ve blogged about and written recipes for both), but there&#...

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Quesadillas, Revamped

by in Uncategorized, May 28th, 2012
quesadillas

Make cheesy quesadillas at home; they'll have much less fat, calories and sodium than the ones served in restaurants.


Not a week goes by when we don’t have quesadillas in our house. Breakfast, lunch or dinner – quesadillas are perfect fo...

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Tilapia Cooked on a Cedar Plank

by in Uncategorized, May 21st, 2012
cedar plank tilapia

Robin's Cedar Plank Tilapia With Fresh Chimichurri

I thank Kyle, my 10 year-old son, for introducing me to cedar planks. If it weren’t for his palate, I wouldn’t have made a desperate dash to get the planks and learn how to cook with ...

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Spinach Dip, Made Over

by in Uncategorized, May 14th, 2012
spinach dip

Cool, creamy spinach dip, all lightend up.

Indoors or out, spring and summer parties call for dips. Creamy concoctions intended for dunking get folks fired up. It hardly matters what’s on the side – fresh vegetables, crackers, tortilla chips – ...

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Fresh Mozzarella: The Good Stuff

by in Uncategorized, May 1st, 2012
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Fresh Mozzarella Salad With Grilled Pineapple, Mixed Fruit and Balsamic

Why do I say “the good stuff?” Because I want to differentiate fresh mozzarella from the mass-produced part-skim and fat-free cheeses that tempt healthy cooks. First,...

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Okey Dokey Artichoke-y

by in Uncategorized, April 23rd, 2012
stuffed artichokes

Baked, stuffed artichokes, from Robin's book, Quick-Fix Meals.

I adore artichokes. Every part of them, from the outer leaves to the tender hearts. They remind me of being a kid because my mom always stuffed and baked them for my birthday. Tender ...

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