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Blueberry Paleo Crepes

Blueberry Paleo Crepes

By Bunny Jones | Apr 10, 2016

We have not made these for a meeting, but the crepes are very similar to the Paleo Tortillas Kathy Jo made during our Low-Carb Lunches meeting.

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Chicken and Blueberry Salad with Blueberry Dressing

By Bunny Jones | Apr 3, 2016

We changed the original recipe and used rotisserie chicken to save time an utilize the entire chicken. Blueberry Dressing is used with this recipe. You of course don’t need to measure for this recipe. It’s just one idea for a lunch salad. This recipe was prepared by Kim at Low-Carb Lunches . Tools needed Bowl References…

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Ingredients for blueberry dressing

Blueberry Dressing

By Bunny Jones | Apr 3, 2016

This recipe was prepared by Kim at Low-Carb Lunches for use on the Chicken and Blueberry Salad. Tools needed Blender References SKinnyMs. – Grilled Chicken and Blueberry Salad

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Basic Chicken Salad with Variations

By Bunny Jones | Feb 24, 2016

Chicken salad is so easy to make at home and you can make it to taste and with so many variations it’ll be hard to get tired of it. Use your imagination. There is no need to measure your ingredients since a little too much or too little will just vary the taste and consistency. Tools…

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Sesame-Soy Dipping Sauce

By Bunny Jones | Feb 17, 2016

We made this dipping sauce for our BLT wraps to give them a Thai twist and it’s fun and easy because it’s made in a jar. original recipe – White on Rice Tools needed Pint jar with lid, beverage shaker or emptied, clean spice jar 1/4 cup Tablespoon Teaspoon If you choose to use soy sauce, please…

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Skinny Burrito in a Jar

By Bunny Jones | Feb 15, 2016

Food in a jar is very popular right now. This recipe is simple, very versatile and requires no cooking. The contents can be eaten with a fork or scooped out onto a lettuce, tortilla, wrap or paleo wrap. Original recipe – SkinnyMs. Tools needed Half-pint jars (optional: small plastic cups, covered plastic bowls) Spoons for scooping ingredients…

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Parmesan Crisps

By Bunny Jones | Feb 15, 2016

If you like the cheese that falls off and crisps up on the pan when you’re baking pizza or a sandwich, you’re going to love this super simple recipe. So simple, you may not even consider it a recipe at all.

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Member Login

By Bunny Jones | Feb 12, 2015

If you are a Cooking in Coldwater member and make a website login, please contact Kim directly to let her know she should update your profile.

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How to cut Fennel and other prep methods

By Bunny Jones | Feb 11, 2015

Jeff and I are following a 30-day meal plan by Diane Sanfilippo. A couple recipes called for fennel. Since I’ve never cooked with fennel, my research lead me to these videos for preparing various vegetables. http://www.marthastewart.com/967593/how-cut-fennel-bulb#967593

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