Below you will find recipes for a complete meal! As I mentioned in my Easter post, my family came over for dinner last Saturday night and we prepared for Easter as well as celebrated my birthday a few days early. I made dinner because that’s what I do and below is what I prepared – enough to feed five adults and my three hungry boys!
As promised, here is my recipe for Chili Colorado. I would suggest this recipe as a great weekend project as it was a bit more time consuming then my usual recipes. I like quick and easy meals but a dish like this warrants a little bit of extra love and care. I suggest doubling this recipe if you want a lot of leftovers, especially if
I love my CSA. GRUB holds a very special place in my heart and I’m grateful to be a part of such a cool little co-op. I love to chat with the farmers while my kids jump on the trampoline. I get to load up on the most amazing veggies and I know exactly where they come from. I love seeing the beautiful brown dirt
Before we get to the food, here’s a bit of fun trivia about this years super bowl! Aaron Rodgers, quarterback for the Green Bay Packers is a Chico, CA native. Yup, born and raised right here in my home town. Pretty cool considering how freaking hard it is to get in the NFL! So yes, we will be cheering on the Packers in hopes to
Print Quick and Easy Winter Soup Author Sarah Fragoso Ingredients 1.5 lbs stew meat diced 1 butternut squash peeled and diced 4 carrots chopped 1 purple onion diced 4-6 garlic cloves minced 1 14 oz can diced tomatoes 4 cups beef broth or water and a sea salt to taste, I used Trader Joe’s brand gluten free beef broth 2 tablespoons cumin 1
I remember when I first heard about the paleo diet and immediately I began thinking up a hundred excuses as to why I couldn’t eat paleo. My biggest excuse; I assumed that I simply did not have the time. In reality I did not yet have the DESIRE TO CHANGE. It took hitting my own personal rock bottom of being unhealthy in order to decide