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Burgoo?! What’s that? It’s a traditional soup/stew in Kentucky especially celebrated on the week of the Kentucky Derby. Once cooked in large iron kettles, this concoction used meat from that day’s hunting expedition and veggies that were already on-hand […]
It’s Spargelzeit (asparagus season)! After I was first married, my hubby (and I) were stationed in Germany. I eventually started working in the small town of Schwetzingen. One beautiful Spring day, I brought my roller […]
Mushroom soup is one of my favorite soups of all time. It is one of my comfort foods. Growing up, my mom would whip open a can of Campbell’s and make the best grilled cheese […]
I have a version of this made with Boursin Cheese that is super yummy (that is, when I used to eat cheese!), so I thought I’d give a dairy-free version a try, and it was […]
I saw endive at Trader Joe’s last week and in an effort to try a variety of different produce, I decided to buy some. I still had some enchilada sauce that I needed to use, so […]
I’ve always made salmon patties with the traditional seasonings such as dill, lemon and panko bread crumbs (in my pre-paleo days). But, I’ve had some ginger root staring at me for several days, so I […]
This chicken salad is an explosion of flavors and textures in your mouth. The creaminess of the avocado…the crunchiness of the celery and pecans…the moistness of the chicken thigh…the crispness of the apple…the sweetness of the mango. This is great on it’s own, or put on a fresh bed of greens with a tomato slice. It can also be served at a party in endive boats.
This is a win! It is also just a treat on Paleo…I wouldn’t suggest eating it every day. It kind of mixes a meringue pie with a berry crisp…I love this marriage of two recipes! […]