Susie T. Gibbs Articles at CarbSmart.com

"White knuckle dieting only gets you so far - about as far as the scene of the crash." So says, Susie T. Gibbs, author of Fluffy Chix Cook, an irreverent food and recipe blog out of texas churning out tall tales and low carb vittles. Susie comes from a long line of fluffy chix who cooked (and talked) a blue streak, and she's on a mission. Having lost 86 pounds, she's a gun-toting dfsw (Delicate Flower of Southern Womanhood) with steely determination and deadly aim.

A Down Home Low Carb Comfort Food Valentine’s Day Meal to Remember

A Down Home Low Carb Comfort Food Valentine’s Day Meal to Remember

Why not make a Valentine’s Day meal the whole family will enjoy, that’s stealthily low carb and wholly delicious? We played a little fast and loose with our budget this month because of the special occasion–going beyond it a bit to add a decadent low carb dessert.

Budget Low Carb: A Chicken in Every Pot

CarbSmart Magazine January 2014 Issue

CarbSmart’s Budget Low Carb is pleased to bring you one soup–three ways. Join us in learning how to make bone broth soup, a natural gelatin-filled, liquid elixir. We’ll also make Quick Faux Pho made with gorgeous white meat and shirataki noodles, as well as Italian Chicken Vegetable soup jam-packed with fresh veggies and home-style Italian flavor.

Budget Low Carb – Mountains of Meatballs

CarbSmart Magazine October 2013

Break out the crockpot folks, because comfort is in the air, and who doesn’t love a steaming bowl of meatballs (of any persuasion) cooked low and slow in the family slow cooker? Using the same basic ratio of primary meats and veggies, you can jazz up these meatballs to fit any cuisine. BLC brings you flavors of Italy, Switzerland and China with our classic Italian Mountain of Meatballs in Sauce.

Breast Cancer Awareness: Breast Wishes for a Cancer Free Life

CarbSmart Magazine September 2013

Breast Cancer Awareness: Breast Wishes for a Cancer Free Life. The world is divided into three types of people: Those who think it can never happen to them; those whose lives are dominated by the specter that “they could be next;” and those who’ve just said, “Oh my goodness, no! Now what do I do?” Which one are you?