Wife Jan is on the Noom program and is still giving me lists of recipe names from her app. Many of these recipes are directly from Prevention, but I could not find this one on-line so I decided to wing it. Starting with the idea of a grilled seafood soup—the recipe name my wife gave me—I thought about what would go into it.
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Karl’s Grilled Seafood Soup with Farro
Filed under Main Dishes, Seafood, Soups
Karl’s Farro Salad
One of my preferred salads at Safeway is their orzo salad. I had decided to make an Italian dinner, so I thought I would make something similar using the Italian grain farro. Daughter Miriam always wants things vegetable forward. As I planned my salad, I added more and more vegetables.
Filed under Salads, Vegan, Vegetarian
Karl’s Poached Chicken with Cilantro and Lime Farro
“True” Farro (Triticum dicoccum) is a Tuscan wheat. One source I read said that this is the grain that the Roman Legionnaires marched on. It is a marvelous grain to use in any dish that you would normally use rice or barley.
Filed under Main Dishes, Poultry