Is this a real Pakistani recipe? I have no idea. Let’s go with yes… totally authentic. Authentic or not, it is really simple and really delicious. BONUS: it’s a one pot wonder. I was first introduced to this recipe by Wellness Mama. I have made this several times since that introduction and have altered it to [...]
Fact: Liver is gross. Okay, so technically that’s probably more of an opinion. But, for me… it’s a fact. And it’s my blog. So the fact stands.
We’ve been purchasing our beef by the half for the past 2 years. Therefore, I receive plenty of grass fed beef liver every four months. I have always [...]
You want to make this. Trust me.
You don’t think I’m trustworthy, is that it? Well you’re wrong.
I may have failed you in my Whole 30… but I will not fail you now. Promise.
So, gather up the following:
1 large onion, diced 1 medium head of cauliflower, cut into uniform [...]
So, I’m officially beyond the half way point of my Whole 30. For those of you who don’t know what I’m talking about, this is a short term nutritional reset. For 30 days, I am eliminating all grains, legumes, dairy and added sugar. Most of the time, this hasn’t been that hard. But it hasn’t [...]
I’m starting my first Whole 30 tomorrow. I made it “Facebook Official”, so that means it’s serious. I’ve considered doing a Whole 30 several times over the past couple of years, but I always chicken out. 30 whole days without heavy cream in my coffee, dark chocolate, sour cream, and peanut butter???? How lame that giving up those [...]
I know you’ve heard it… maybe you’ve even said it. This statement drives me insane. Do you want to know why? Because it’s always (almost always?) said to justify feeding complete garbage to kids. More specifically, my kids.
I don’t know about you, but I’m aiming slightly higher than just keeping my children alive.
Here’s a tip: Pretty much all vegetables taste better when roasted. Especially turnips. Generally speaking, I’m not a big fan of turnips. But cut them into sticks (fries) and roast those babies and I am all over it.
They look good, right?
And roasting turnips (or any other vegetable) is ridiculously easy.
Preheat oven to 420. [...]
Looks good, right? Right.
In the interest of full disclosure…. this is a bit of a cheater recipe for me. As in, it’s not entirely new. I was in the mood for sausage stuffed acorn squash, but didn’t have any sausage. So I decided to stuff it with Moroccan [...]
Shared at: Pennywise Platter, Fight Back Friday, Monday Mania
5 minutes of prep time and your done. For real. 5 minutes!
Here’s what you need:
Note: I made a dozen. Adjust according to how many you need.
12 eggs 6 slices proscuitto, cut in half oil to grease the muffin tin (I used olive oil in my Misto) salt and pepper
Here’s what [...]
Yes, I made the title rhyme on purpose. Like Fox in Sox. Don’t read Dr. Seuss? Whatever.
Here are some examples of lunches that I pack for my kids. Here’s my general formula:
1. protein (I generally utilize leftovers)
2. fruits and veggies (whatever I have on hand)
3. fat (usually nuts and / [...]
Sounds like a winning combination, right? It is.
We’re eating a lot of squash these days… and most of us are loving it. While my boys aren’t always too crazy about acorn and butternut, they don’t grumble about spaghetti squash. And Livi (my 4 year old)? She likes it all. She says it’s “deeeeeeelicious.”