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Oh my gosh, this recipe is really delicious, if I may say.  Not fattening, either, but be sure to use the low-fat coconut milk and only have a small portion of it, savoring each bite and eating slowly. I made …Read More

This is a really tasty recipe that’s better, and healthier for you – but it doesn’t taste like “heath food.”  No way!  Try it, you’ll like it. Dr. Norris Chumley’s Better Berry Muffins Spray or coat two muffin tins with …Read More

Since it’s spring, time to barbecue, I say!  Here’s a menu that is terrifically delicious, and better for us. Dr. Norris Chumley’s Spring Barbecue Cookout Menu Turkey Burgers Whole Wheat Buns Grilled vegetables Roasted Fingerling Potatoes Spring Salad Prepare the …Read More

Here’s a unique, green, “springy” slaw that’s really great for us, and tasty, too. Dr. Norris Chumley’s Spring Slaw 1 head of cabbage, red or green 2 spring onions 3 small or medium apples (green, red, your favorite – tart …Read More

Here’s my recipe for an authentic Seafood Gumbo, without meat, and not fattening.  You’ll swear you’re in New Orleans for Mardi Gras, but this won’t make you fat!  Have it anytime, and during Lent, too, as it contains no meat.  …Read More

As nighttime eating is a difficult problem for me and many of our readers, I have some suggestions.  A lot of experts say just “don’t eat at night,” or “never eat after 8pm,” but a lot of folks just have …Read More

This is a really tasty recipe that’s better, and healthier for you – but it doesn’t taste like “heath food.”  No way!  Try it, you’ll like it. Dr. Norris Chumley’s Better Berry Muffins Spray or coat two muffin tins with …Read More

This is the time to celebrate the year of the rabbit!  It is Chinese New Year.  The celebration is considered the most important holiday of the year in China, called “Spring Festival.”  It corresponds to a Lunar New Year.  It …Read More

Here’s a twist on an old and beloved recipe from our childhoods – sloppy Joes.  This one is vegetarian, almost no fat, and tons of flavor.  It takes about 15 minutes to make.  Serve with homemade sautéed potatoes, cole slaw, …Read More

As a prelude to Thanksgiving, I’d like to revisit this recipe, that may be a delicious prelude to your Thanksgiving menu this year. ——- The word for “corn” is “succotash” from the native language of the Narragansett Indians. Originally from …Read More