One Thanksgiving, I browsed the web looking for healthier versions of traditional recipes, and found several from "Chef Meg." That led me to the SP Cookbook. I bought one for myself, then I bought fifteen more for my family and friends!
Years later, it's still my go-to cookbook when I have no idea what to make for dinner, but I want something healthy. I tried following one of the suggested weekly menus, but it was too much all at once for me, so now I'm trying to perfect a few of my favorite recipes so I can make them as quickly and consistently as Chef Meg--then I'll go on to a few more.
Eventually, the Cookbook led me to the website, and happily, here I am today. Now I have a dilemma:
Last week, I spent days trying to make the grilled fish tacos. Every day, there was some new reason why it didn't work out: I forgot to buy one ingredient, we had a dinner commitment that night, one of the older ingredients went bad so I had to rebuy it, etc. I finally made the tacos (they were amazing!--and I don't even like fish.) Then, I tried to track them in the Nutrition Tracker and get my Sparkpoints for making a recipe.
I was so disappointed I couldn't find these tacos listed in SparkRecipes, so I didn't get Sparkpoints for making a recipe. Then in order to track it, I eventually added the recipe using the Recipe Calculator, but I'm not sure I got it 100% correct...
Am I missing something? I was sure all the recipes from the SP Cookbook would be on the website. Has anyone else dealt with this? Thanks in advance--
You must do the thing you think you cannot do. --Eleanor Roosevelt
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