Hey, I know I said yesterday that I wouldn’t be around much, but usually that ends up being my cue to be around more than ever. I have no idea why that is, but let’s go with it, shall we?
I’m just dropping in quickly to share a couple of free printables. These are two small cookbooks (and by small, I mean five recipes each) that contain some of the recipes I have converted to be heart-healthy since Neil’s heart attack a year and a half ago. I put together the first of these cookbooks as Christmas gifts for our families last year, because I also wanted to see them consuming less saturated fat and salt.
I’ve posted a few of these recipes here on the blog in the past, but now you can get them in a handy downloadable PDF format, which you can then print out and keep in your kitchen.
Martha Stewart would probably be appalled at these collections. They have not been subjected to rigorous testing, nor are they the most elegantly-written. But, I’ve been feeding this stuff to my family for the past 17 months and they seem to like it, so…
I should also tell you that I am not the most enthusiastic cook in the world. Lately, it’s been all I can do to drag my sorry butt to the kitchen and throw some chicken in a skillet. But (most of the time) I manage, and the result is usually some variation on one of these recipes.
Each recipe includes a photo and nutrition facts, so you know what you’re eating.
You’re welcome to download both collections for free. My Christmas gift to you 🙂
[To get them for free, you do have to suffer the slight inconvenience of clicking through to the detail pages for each cookbook. Sorry about that. It’s a technical thing – my shopping cart doesn’t allow a price of $0.]