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The Healthy Family Meals Newsletter, Issue #37 -- Happy Father's Day Recipe
June 16, 2006

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Kindy's Musings....

I hope you enjoyed getting to know the McKnight's and how they have combined healthy eating with adventure in their family!

Happy Father's Day! to all the great Dads out there who make a difference in their family by being a Dad who keeps his promises and does not give up with the hard tasks of raising a family. I know I have been blessed with such a Dad and I am so very thankful.....

To celebrate Father's Day this year, why not plan a meal your Dad will enjoy....and consider giving your Dad a gift that will keep on giving throughout the year and help you have more money next year this time....

Try the easy recipe below:



Prep time: 15 minutes, Grill time: 18 minutes

Yield: 4 servings

Tip: Roasted peanut oil adds a subtle flavor note to Caribbean, Asian, and African recipes. You'll find roasted peanut oil in most large supermarkets.

1-1/2 pound boneless pork tenderloin, cut into 1-1/2-inch cubes

2 small red onions, quartered lengthwise

2 tablespoons roasted peanut oil or peanut oil

4 teaspoons Jamaican jerk seasoning (optional)

1/4 of a small honeydew melon, cut into 2-inch cubes

1/2 of a small cantaloupe, cut into 2-inch cubes

1 tablespoon honey


1. Toss pork cubes and onion with oil and jerk seasoning in a medium mixing bowl until evenly coated. Thread eight 12-inch skewers alternately with pork, onion, honeydew, and cantaloupe pieces.

2. Place pork skewers on the lightly oiled of the grill directly over medium heat.

3. Grill for 18 to 24 minutes or until pork is cooked through and no pink remains. Remove from grill; brush with honey.

SOURCE: Better Homes & Gardens

A gift idea to give the Dad in your life that will also help your family get out of debt and give you more money in your grocery budget WITHOUT pinching pennies.....

I highly recommend a product my friend Leo Quinn.... a financial educator from the Albany, NY area has created.

I've known Leo for a while now, and he has a program that is surprisingly simple and is very easy for anyone to follow.

Basically, it shows you how to finally get rid of your personal debt, and how it can be done very quickly.

I know many families are struggling with their paycheck every payday and I also know that Leo's ebook, "How To Own Your Paycheck Again" can help.

For the last eight years, Leo has been showing people how they can get completely out of debt (including a mortgage) in under 10 years!

--And you won't have to pinch pennies, get a second job or cut back your spending in any way!

Leo is an expert in guiding people on the important journey of financial freedom and showing them "how to make their paycheck mean something again."

I will let him explain it to you when you visit his web site -- since he says it a lot better than I can.

It just might be the Father's Day gift that will mean more than another necktie, lawn gadget or shirt.....By this time next Father's Day your family will be able to buy what your Dad might really want!

Here's Leo's website and ebook link....

"How To Own Your Own Paycheck Again"

What will your family do for healthier MEALTIMES?

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Thanks for reading and have a great week!

Kindy --Your Family Dietitian

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