A colorful and delicious meal for any week night.
My Big Fat Greek Dinner...
Simple breakfast of eggs and leftovers. Eat, feel great, get about your day!
Made this tasty sausage for 40+ years!
Potatoes fried in duck fat.
Honey Caramelized Baby Carrots - Recipe
This little surprise (surprenant) of a candied tomato is an excellent appetizer for dinner parties, with this sophisticated touch of flavour from the Feur De Sel and they are oh so simple to make!
an incredibly flavorful take on chicken soup
The perfect leftover dish - sausages, red wine & almonds
Sticky & Sweet Turkey Meatballs with Pomegranate Molasses Glaze
My take on Imam Bayalda, a middle eastern stew made simple and delicious in your slow cooker.
A creamy salmon salad with your favorite veggies in a convenient collard wrap.
It gets its fur coat (shuba) name from the beet layer that completely covers the salad.
This little piggy went on a salad.
This hearty soup is QUICK to make if you use cooked leftover meat.
Broccoli, Sun-dried tomato, Farm Eggs, Salami, Olives, and Feta Salad
Roast Pheasant with guidelines on how to prep the bird from scratch!
Simple and tasty garlic soup with a beef broth.
Hari Chutney or Green Chutney...recipe with lots of options
I have never cooked rabbit in my house, and knew my kids would be excited to try it, so I looked up a few recipes and took the best of all of them. Don’t be scared by the thought of eating rabbit. It has a taste just like dark meat chicken. In fact, if I didn’t know, I would have sworn these rabbit legs were from a bird. When you look at the nutrient density of rabbit compared to chicken legs, rabbit scores much higher in Vitamins B12, Niacin and B6. Rabbit also has more iron, more protein, fewer calories and less omega-6 fatty acids than chicken. I say rabbit is a winner! The best part is, my whole family loved it. The vegetables were tender and the meat fell off the bone. It’s a perfect dish for a cold night!
Jalapeno Poppers the Paleo way, topped with smashed avocado. No grains or cheez products here!
Delicious, juicy, sweet way of eating radishes!
Easy Tex-Mex baked eggs tastes so fresh and is a fast, easy and cheap meal.
This started out as chicken meatballs and ended with a $$ saving strategy and yumminess
Goji berries are in this salad dressing. Slightly sweet and tart, they compliment those healthy greens.
Breakfast Pizza that is whole 30 approved and "egg-tastic"!
Mashed cauliflower tops this comforting ground beef mixture.
Red potato salad made with olive oil mayo and fresh dill.
Customizable Thai Curry reminiscent of beef stew, easy and unique flavors made in the slow cooker overnight!
A Whole30 compliant chili recipe.
Doesn't get any easier!!
Quick and easy way to turn pumpkin into something delicious
As seen in Paleo Magazine - these skirt steak fajitas pack some big time flavor!
The sweetness of all three veggies in this go quite nicely together! Colorful dish, too!
Crispy eggplant with a sriracha-honey drizzle
A few simple techniques help elevate the humble stir-fry.
A bright lemony garlic sauce with shrimp is perfect on a bed of spaghetti squash.
Low-carb, high flavor side dish!
Pan roasted bison wrapped with smokey bacon and topped with creamy pecan butter.
A familiar friend with a new flavor.
Savory, sweet and salty--this breakfast isn't fast, but it's worth the effort!
What is better than Broccoli and Cheese and Bacon and Eggs!
Gravy...a sign that there's comfort food ahead!
Breakfast! Rosti of shredded veggies ... and bacon!
You've probably tried this with spaghetti squash, but it's a million times better with zucchini and carrot "noodles", and this AMAZING almond sauce!
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