This split roast chicken, which is from Health-Bent.com, is an easy, delicious paleo dish and is bursting with flavor. The chicken is split down the back, splayed open, and slathered with an amazing marinade of cilantro, green onions, lime zest/juice, and olive oil. It takes less than an hour to make.
Hearty spicy salad
You won't even miss the cheese!
Fragrant and flavorful, this marinated chicken is low carb and gluten, dairy, egg and sugar free
Hash is an easy way to transform holiday leftovers into a deliciously different dish!
Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Lamb Bacon and Hazelnuts.
A paleo take on a Thai Yellow Curry
Pork wings slow braised in fragrant spices until meltingly tender.
Best. Liver. Ever.
Asian inspired, quick, easy and tasty.
This easy fresh herb sauce brightens up roasted chicken or grilled fish.
These ten health boosting herbal teas are easy and inexpensive to make at home.
A delicious mix of cedar flavor with horseradish mustard and veggies.
This classic Filipino dish couldn't be easier - or tastier!
Tender, juicy chicken over fluffy spiced "cous cous"
simple, delicious salmon recipe
A little spicey, a little sagey, a little sweet - perfect butternut squashiness
Robust meaty flavors combined with tomatoes and smoky seasoning. This stew is delicious atop of zucchini noodles or cauliflower rice.
Sunday roast with a twist...
A hearty, spicy and filling soup to warm you on chilly autumn nights. Gluten, dairy and egg-free.
Tough-yet-flavorful cuts of beef become melt-in-your-mouth tender in the slow cooker.
winner, winner...mushroom-chicken soup for dinner!
Chock full of nutrients & flavor!
I get so excited when our lamb is finally “ready” and in my freezer. It doesn’t take long before it’s completely gone. Ground lamb is very versatile and makes great sausage and meatballs. This dish is wonderful for breakfast but also would make a great lunch or dinner, as it’s not spiced specifically with breakfast in mind. It’s bursting with herb and pepper flavor, and has just a tiny kick from the cayenne. It goes really well with the delicata squash.
This sweet and tangy BBQ sauce is an exciting new way to enjoy ribs!
Yummy Chicken Salad!
A creamy, fresh dressing perfect over a grilled chicken or salmon salad. A monounsaturated fat fiesta!
An easy and delicious way to lighten up and add more flavor to classic mashed sweet potatoes!
Seared pork chops with an ACV sauce.
Ridiculously easy! Seriously good!
How to make easy, fresh 2 main ingredient, pan-poached white fish.
This very easy, very simple recipe is a delicious and versatile protein option :)
Blanched cabbage is tossed with red romaine and topped with cashew ginger dressing for this yummy salad.
The easiest way to make your own mayo EVER! Dump ingredients into a cup + blend with an immersion blender for a few seconds = delicious, perfectly creamy, super easy homemade mayo!
Basic recipe for tongue, plus some ideas for leftovers.
Put a little zip and zing into this superfood with citrus zest and Sriracha sauce.
Before we dive into this recipe, let’s learn a little bit about this misunderstood vegetable: broccoli rabe (pronounced like “rob”) isn’t actually broccoli at all! Rather, it’s closely related to mustard greens. It’s also commonly called rapini in Italian cuisine. So confusing, right? I saw broccoli rabe hiding among the other greens in the organic section of the market and couldn’t resist the urge to try something new. My curiosity was rewarded because it was damn tasty! This unassuming veggie can be bitter but when blanched – boiled quickly and then plunged into icy cold water – the unappealing bitterness is removed. If you can’t find broccoli rabe, or if you’re just too chicken to try something new, you can substitute it with virtually any dark leafy green like swiss chard, mustard greens or spinach (no need to blanch those options).
Breakfast option - zucchini patties and a turkey burger.
Fast and simple beef & sweet potato hash!
Filipino Sytle picadillo made with minced meat, tomatoes and vegetables
Yummy and fast cabbage salad.
Because anything baked into a warm, flaky crust is delicious
Boneless pork loin chops, warmly spiced, lightly pan-fried and served with homemade applesauce.
It couldn't be easier to render this beautiful, delicious cooking fat in your own kitchen!
A simple yet delicious Persian inspired cutlet/meat patty that can be eaten warm or cold.
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