I've been trying to cook healthier foods lately. Mainly I've been making less casseroles and more meat with a side dish sort of recipes. More pork and chicken, less beef. I should also up our fish intake, but Jed and I aren't especially fond of fish and I'm a little wary of eating fish in Kansas... you know, being so far from an ocean and all. I'm also cutting back on my dessert baking (tears of sadness) and am eliminating candy from our home (as soon as the two bags of peanut butter M&Ms I already own are gone). And soda, but we don't really have soda anyway.
Here's my problem, when I hunt for healthy recipes all the recipes sound good until I read the ingredients: tofu, artichokes, turkey, alfalfa sprouts, etc. And if it is something I would eat (like I don't really have a problem with artichokes) there's no way my kids are touching any of this stuff.
Where do you find healthy recipes? Or do you just make your regular recipes healthier?