With Sarah out of town for the filming of Primal Chef, it was my job to create this recipe and share it on Everyday Paleo. Well, technically I didn’t create this recipe, Sarah told me what to cook, how to cook it and in what order, prior to leaving! Our boys absolutely love the enchilada sauce from Everyday Paleo and what better way to enjoy
I feel like I just posted last year’s Easter Menu and I’m not sure what happened; but here we are again!! My favorite things about this time of year is seeing the almond orchards in bloom and the foothills turning green and knowing that my kids are in the home stretch towards summer vacation. I also love having holiday conversations with my kids; for example, our
I have several holiday recipes on the blog that you can find here, here, and here; but what’s wrong with a couple more! My family and I will be traveling to visit my wonderful in-laws for Thanksgiving, so I thought I would come up with two fun side dishes that I can make and share while we are there. Both are scrumptious and I’m looking forward
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!
John told me last night that this was one of the best meals I have made in a while so either my cooking has been really shabby lately or my stuffed zucchini was a step above our average dinner. We were given a few giant zucchinis from a friend and that was all the excuse I needed to stuff them, bake them, and watch my
We had such an awesome time this weekend spending time with my sister and her family, hanging out in San Francisco, and playing, relaxing and just being. It was such a needed weekend of rest and we all came home rejuvenated and revived. John and I headed straight for the gym when we got home for a much needed workout and when we got home
A nice beef roast is something I crave in the fall or winter months but I had a big ol’ grass fed chuck roast that was asking to be made; so I made it. I wanted to try something different then the standard roast in the oven or slow cooker so after being inspired by watching a recent Food Network show called Chopped, when one
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!