If you are a meat eating human like myself and you have not made an attempt to find the best steak possible, I suggest you start right now by checking out the following recipe that originated way back in 1837!
Food Glorious Food! My oldest son, Coby, was recently in the orchestra for the musical Oliver and the darn song “Food Glorious Food” will forever be stuck in my brain!!! However, the song is fitting because I love to cook and I love to eat and I have been doing a whole lot of both lately as I plow through finishing up my next book,
I was laughing when I posted Jason’s last article The Whole Enchilada because I KNEW that there were going to be some folks who thought – AWESOME – a paleo enchilada recipe; only to find out that alas, no food in this post but some very powerful words of wisdom from Jason instead. Just as important, but not quite as tasty. I thought I would make
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.
Sometimes crazy summer days lead to late night hectic dinners and last night the sun was setting as we sat down to eat. Although the food was delicious, the actual experience ended up being more of a fiasco then a relaxing evening together. I suppose that’s what I get for trying to have meal time at bed time but despite the hiccups like Jaden dumping
Thanks to my adventurous mother, as far back as I can remember I have had a huge interest and affection for international cuisine with one of my favorites being Thai food. I hope someday to travel to Thailand and immerse myself in the culture, eat the food, visit the beaches, and ride around in a TukTuk. Truthfully, I want to travel the entire world and
For those of you who read my Homemade Mayonnaise Post and watched the cooking demo, you saw at the end of the video when I added some basil, roasted red peppers, and garlic to make a yummy sauce! Later that same evening I whipped up some crab cakes and we topped them with the red pepper mayo. Here’s the recipe for the crab cakes that
Finally, a post about food!! Hurray hurray, jump up and down but don’t get too excited because this post is a lesson – a very important paleo mayonnaise lesson and one that is worth learning for those folks who figured that their creamy white blissful days of mayo were over after hopping on the paleo wagon. Most decent tasting mayonnaise options that you’ll find in
This little snack is too easy to be this good. I almost feel guilty posting this one but holy cow, sometimes just making one tiny change to a normal everyday food item makes all the difference in the world, so I had to share! I was telling John when he came home for lunch today that I must be in a culinary rut, as I
I have every intention of doing another “Week in The Life” post, and plan to start tracking our food as of today but in the meantime, here is another complete meal post that I hope will be fun and helpful. Dinner last night was a family project and a nice way to return home after our most recent Paleo Talk seminar in Clackamas Oregon. I’ll