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Paleo soups are my favorite recipes. They are able to be so layered with flavors due to seasonal veggies and fresh herbs. Soups are wonderful bowls of love…some are silky, some are creamy, some are hearty…but most all are flavorful and bring back feelings of comfort.
Here’s a tip: I used to fill my waffle maker all the way to the edges to make the “pefect” waffle. I now like the rustic feel of just pouring my batter in the center…I love the rough edges that it creates.
I started this recipe out thinking soup, but then it had a little bit of a resemblance to a chili, or maybe a stew…so I asked my trusted Facebook folks and they advised calling it a Chiloup, Stilli, Stewli, Schillew, and even a Stoup! So, take your pic, but definitely try this recipe if you like a little spice.
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I started out with two really ripe bananas that I needed to use, so I threw together some ingredients in hopes of some nutty banana cookies; however, these came out tasting just like little cakey bites of banana bread!!
Cherries and sage are such a wonderful combination and this BBQ sauce doesn’t disappoint. It is a rather mild sauce, so if you like a lot of heat, bump up the amount of Sriracha to the recipe!
Bison steaks are fantastic; however, you can use this recipe with any red meat steaks that you prefer. The key to bison steaks is to heat your grill or grilling pan on high and then cook your […]
This was the first time I’ve done a round-up…what amazing sites there are out there. It sounds so silly to say, but because I’m usually in the kitchen or uploading recipes, I rarely take the […]
A few weeks ago, I tried a half of a Cubano Sandwich (for research purposes only…lol). OMG ~ amazing! The flavors worked so well together, the ham, pork, yellow mustard, notes of cumin, and the […]