Archive for May, 2012
The white eggplant seemed to be firmer and less bitter, which made for great dipping sticks! 1 white eggplant, peeled and sliced into sticks 3/4 cup almond meal 1/4 cup coconut flour 2 tsp rosemary, […]
This is meatloaf meets the smokiness of bacon and the sweetness of caramelized onions. I made this into appetizer bites, but you can use a regular-sized muffin pan for lunch/dinner portions. 1 lb ground beef […]
I bought this white eggplant last week…it was the first time I had seen one, or at least paid attention to it. I enjoyed it ~ it was actually firmer and a little less bitter […]
This was just a quick and easy dessert that we decided to make this afternoon. The picture shows just an apple being dipped, but we also used banana slices, pitted cherries and peaches.
A light and delicious mayo-free lobster salad…perfect for the summer!
When I was shopping today, among other things, I picked up some chicken breasts as well as some lobster tails that were on sale. I had an idea to make Chicken Bacon Sliders, but I […]
I have just started using my grinder attachment and I originally bought some chicken to make sausage, but thought that with the Memorial Day weekend coming up, that sliders would be a better choice. These […]
This recipe was made with my “Maple Sage Breakfast Sausage“…my first homemade sausage. If you’ve never tried making your own sausage, you should give it a whirl. If you don’t want to, then please feel […]
I received a meat grinder attachment for Christmas, and I finally got around to using it. I did not realize how easy homemade sausage was to make. This recipe is for “bulk” sausage so you […]
Oysters have special place in my heart, as I used to bartend at an oyster bar when I was finishing up my undergrad degree ~ most fun job ever! You would think I would have […]