This is a three cabbage slaw - green, red, and napa - but the real delight is the dressing. It is made with creamy peanut butter laced with brown sugar, fresh ginger, and garlic - and a bit of oil, vinegar, and soy sauce.
There's just something about soy sauce and lemon juice that makes flank steak become moist and flavorful. The longer you marinate the meat, the more tender it gets. Grill and slice on the diagonal, and you have a great meal.
Carrots, celery, onions, cabbage, corn, and green beans -- this soup is full of vegetables! With ground beef, beans, and macaroni, a loaf of warm, crusty bread is all you need for a well-rounded dinner.
An alternative to crepes made with flour, these easy, thin pancakes contain eggs but no sugar or wheat flour. Cream cheese is the magic that holds them together. Serve with your favorite filling or just top them with sugar-free syrup.