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Chef Debi:Pistachio-Crusted MahiMahi and Island Rice

Wed, 05 Mar 2014 11:30:00 GMT

Tired of winter yet? Get a taste of the islands with this mahimahi and Island Rice recipe.



Chef Debi: One-pot meal of Sailor Steak Casserole still is satisfying.

Wed, 26 Feb 2014 11:30:00 GMT

I love one-pot meals that bake slowly in the oven and come out transformed into a delicious meal. Sailor Steak Casserole is such a meal, and it makes its own gravy while it’s cooking.



Chef Debi: Pastitsio is classic Greek dish that can be gluten-free

Wed, 15 Jan 2014 11:30:00 GMT

Recipes from Chef Debi



Chef Debi: Citrus Glazed Salmon

Tue, 07 Jan 2014 22:50:00 GMT

With 2014 just getting started, everyone is looking to eat healthier. I can help with this healthy, easy to prepare – yet delicious – Citrus Glazed Salmon. You can serve it with roasted vegetables, as I did, or over brown rice. 



Chef Debi: Ravioli made healthier

Wed, 19 Jun 2013 18:30:00 GMT

This week’s recipe is a healthier version of fried ravioli, these are oven-baked and homemade. Kids really love this dish for dinner. Serve with a mixed greens salad and dinner is done. 



Chef Debi: Pita chips and dip perfect as a healthy outdoor snack

Wed, 01 May 2013 10:30:00 GMT

With outside parties just around the corner, this healthy spinach artichoke dip with homemade pita chips is a great alternative to chips and dip. 



Casserole gathers best of St. Patrick’s Day’s scraps corned beef ideal for casserole
This is a special casserole that’s easy to cook and great for using up those St. Patrick’s Day leftovers.



Dublin Coddle is Irish comfort food at its best
With St. Patrick’s Day around the corner, I put together a great Irish recipe that also is affordable and easy to make. 



One solution doesn’t work in every situation
I have been learning an interesting lesson lately.



Criticism starts deadly spiral
“Karen’s” mom was a very religious person and also very hard on herself and subsequently hard on Karen.



‘George’ needs answers
“George” was a guy who thought he had the answers.



Things may seem better, but everything is not OK
This is a story about a guy who has gotten himself into a mess and can’t even see how big of a mess he’s in.



When addict starts to slip, revisit rules
Mr. Atwater: My son has been in treatment for drugs and alcohol twice in the past couple of years. He started out very well, and we felt like we had our son back.



Damage caused by addiction far-reaching
By the time alcoholics or addicts makes it to some sort of treatment or recovery program, chances are they’ve made a lot of mistakes and probably left a trail of tears and heartache in their path.



‘Restoration of sanity’ an important step in recovery
There’s a phrase in the recovery lexicon that has to do with the restoration of sanity, and a lot of addicts and alcoholics out there don’t like the connotations.



Alcohol puts addicts more at ease but also can lead to isolation
I’ve heard some recovering people say they knew they were alcoholics from “the first drink.”



Denial about addiction affects loved ones, as well
I have noticed that sometimes the family members of chemically dependent people are in as much or more denial than the user themselves.



Field Museum to unwrap ‘Mummies’ exhibit
The Field Museum of Chicago unwraps its newest exhibition Feb. 17.



Family must stop allowing ‘freebies’
A common question I get from the family members of alcoholics is, “just how bad does it have to be before they quit.”



Addiction can make families prone to chaos
When “Don” arrived home from work, the first thing he did was start looking for the potential disasters awaiting his attention. As usual, the drama was at the door. One kid had been given an in-school suspension for fighting in school, and he had to hurry to get the high schooler to his outpatient counseling.