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[ Post by Lisa Tedder ][ Post on September 28, 2011 ][ In Beef ]
Because I have stiff, achy joints, I have been taking an anti-inflammatory drug for some time. But what helps one pain causes another. I had been experiencing some stomach pain and nausea for about a week when my husband finally convinced me to try some Prevacid and to stop the anti-inflammatory drug. In two days, my stomach was much better but my achy, stiff joints were not. A friend recommended that I try fish oil.
I knew fish oil was good for your heart, one of the reasons I feed my family so much fish and that I recommend everyone else eat fish. But I knew nothing about what fish oil could do for your joint pain. I did a little research and found that for some, fish oil does help relieve pain and stiffness but it could take 12 weeks before I notice a difference. So I am experimenting again and I will let you know the results. If you are currently taking fish oil for joint pain and have had success, please let me know in the comment section below. I am already so miserably stiff and sore that I know I can’t wait 12 weeks for results.
Since I had technical difficulties yesterday in that I could NOT upload the photos I took of the recipe below, I did not get this post posted. The pictures are on the computer but for some reason do not appear when I try to add them to this post. Even my husband couldn’t figure it out. Usually I have no trouble. This time you will have to imagine how good this dish looks. If I get the problem worked out, I will post the pictures.
Polenta with Meatballs
1 cup polenta
4 cups water
1 tsp. salt
8 oz. sliced mushrooms
1 bell pepper sliced
1 onion, sliced
1/2 cup Parmesan cheese
1 26 oz. jar of your favorite pasta sauce
1 12 oz. package of meatballs, thawed
Cook polenta in boiling water with salt added according to package directions. Spray a 9 by 13 baking pan with cooking spray and spread cooked polenta over the bottom. Sprinkle with the Parmesan cheese and set aside.
Saute bell pepper and onion in 2 or 3 Tbsp. of olive oil in a large skillet. When lightly browned, add pasta sauce and mushrooms. Add the meatballs at this point or make your own meatballs, see my recipe on January 19, 2010 and cook covered in the simmering sauce about 20 to 25 minutes, stirring occasionally. Heat broiler to high and place polenta dish in the oven. Watch closely and remove when top is lightly browned. Spoon meatballs and sauce over the polenta and serve.
My sister brought a nice green salad with herbs and fresh homemade bread. It was an easy and great dinner. This is one of her favorite dishes so she said it was like her birthday because I’d also made a chocolate layer cake.
Hoping you have a pain free week.
Upadated on September 28, 2011
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