Instead of doing a day in the life, I have managed to keep track of some of our random meals over the last few days. You might see a common theme in some of our meals which is due to the abundance of seasonal veggies that I have been receiving each week from my CSA (can you say summer squash??) So let’s get started!
When in doubt, keep it simple! Following this one little suggestion has helped me tremendously in the kitchen and John used this simplistic approach over the weekend to whip up a delicious dip. We picked up a box of strawberries from the farmers market this weekend and the yummy berries were the vessel of inspiration for my husband’s simple yet fabulous creation.
My family has been on a frittata kick over the last couple of days; they are so easy, fun and delicious as well as a great way to add some variety to the standard eggs. I also have a scrumptious frittata recipe in my book but I have to say that I love these two new creations just as much as our old standby.
This is part 2 of the “It’s too Hard Series.” We are going to look at what to do when a person such as our beloved “Phil” is totally on board for living a paleo lifestyle and the significant other is either supportive but thinks it’s too hard, thinks your nuts, or simply doesn’t want to. Chrissy and I addressed this situation in our last
Alright all you goal setters out there. Are you ready? Goal setting is great, I’m a big fan of the idea but I’m not a big fan of setting goals only at the New Year. I hate to be a party pooper, but statistically folks who decide to turn over a new leaf starting January 1 are usually setting themselves up for failure.
As a general rule, our family does not eat out during the week. Establishing this family “rule” has helped in many ways. We save money, we spend more time together at the table than time at a busy restaurant waiting for a table, and we eat healthier. On the weekends we will sometimes eat out once or twice and we have found a couple of