I, along with about 26 other people, was treated to a bus tour of three of our local Saturday farmer’s markets here in Atlanta. Continue reading French Peasant Beets
I know St. Patrick’s day was a couple of days ago, but once again I impressed my guests with a traditional St. Patrick’s Day dinner, Paleo style. Nobody missed the potatoes or the soda bread filled with massive amounts of gluten.
- Homemade brined brisket turned Corned Beef
- Cabbage (simply steam for 30 minutes, butter and salt and pepper—Don’t mess with it if you want the best cabbage ever)
- Root Vegetable Colcannon
- Irish Soda Bread (gluten free)
- Salad (provided by one of my guests)
- St. Patrick’s Day Cup Cakes
Here are some organic ingredients you can use in this recipe. For me a double boiler is a must have. It was the first cooking pot I purchased when I first started equipping my kitchen when I was in my early twenties.
This past weekend I made a birthday dinner for two very special friends of mine. Neither of them are on the Paleo lifestyle, but I am, and I cooked them a much raved over Paleo dinner. The dinner was a massive success with everyone very satisfied, and no one feeling bloated at the end of the meal.
- Rack of Lamb
- Sautéed Asparagus with Shallot and Lemon
- Cauliflower Cake (using a Paleo flour blend instead of the all purpose flour called for in the recipe
- Fluffy Bread
- Apple Pie Parfait
I am at a loss for words today, so I am sharing a recipe for pork chops that I made last night for dinner. This is simple and delicious.
Always cook with organic ingredients. Here are some that I used in this recipe, along with a deal on cast iron skillets.
. . .It’s up to you to change.
I was talking with my good friend, Wriston, last evening, and she asked what I had for dinner. When I told her stuffed peppers and the ingredients, she wanted to know if I had posted the recipe. I had not, so here I am posting it. Most stuffed peppers have rice as a filler. I used cauliflower, which I believe enhances the flavor, and doesn’t make you feel bloated later.
Here are some ingredients I used in the peppers.
As promised, here is the Brussel Sprout Caesar Salad. Like I said in my Who Are You post, I don’t particularly like Brussel Sprouts. So, finding a recipe where they taste good is a real find for me. I hope you enjoy this as much as I did.
Here are some organic ingredients you can use in the salad.
I Don’t Recognize Some of the People I Use to Be.
I think that is a good thing.
My handwriting isn’t even the same. A handwriting analyst would have a field day with this one. Continue reading Who are you?
Saving parsnips you think may have gone bad. Your bonus recipe is at the bottom of this post.