We’ve made a habit of adapting the chia pudding recipe in “Tu Casa Mi Casa” to make a delicious, filling, and beautiful breakfast. My husband prepares the pudding at night; in the morning, I quickly cut up some fruit and added salted nuts or seeds, and unsweetened coconut flakes – […]
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This recipe is adapted from “The Dairy-Free Kitchen” by Ashley Adams. I highly recommend this cookbook for anyone with a dairy allergy. The original recipe called for chicken but we used some lovely Arctic Char instead (we consider Salmon and Arctic Char interchangeable in recipes, and purchase whichever is the […]
So many of our vegetable dishes come to us by way of our farm basket. It introduces us to new veggies and pushes us to try new recipes. We’d had roasted Shishito peppers as an appetizer at a restaurant, but we’d never prepared them at home – until we received […]
We’ve cooked hundreds of meals with bacon, but this was our first time using Pork Belly in a recipe at home. We followed the recipe from “Japan: The Cookbook” to the letter, and while we enjoyed the results, we also learned a few tips that will improve upon the original […]
One of our older son’s favorite dishes is Chicken Mole. We’ve always been nervous about preparing mole at home, because the recipes seem complex with a lot of ingredients. So when I found a simplified recipe for Paleo Mole in “Sheet Pan Paleo” by Pamela Elgen, I was inspired to […]
Last week’s farm basket included some beautiful summer squash, basil, and parsley. Instead of cooking the zucchini, we decided to try a raw preparation. We based this recipe on one we found in The New York Times by Alexa Weibel; her version included pecorino, garlic, and almonds. Ours is vegan […]
We had a handful of tomatillos leftover from a farm basket we brought home a few weeks ago, and were excited to try a chile verde recipe from one of our favorite cookbooks, “Tacolicious” by Sara Deseran. The original recipe calls for a fresh poblano chile (hence, the verde or […]
This is a non-typical turkey meatball recipe, which we adapted from “Sheet Pan Paleo” by Pamela Ellgen. Oregano-seasoned turkey meatballs sit atop a bed of greens dressed with a lovely fresh tahini-lemon dressing; brightly colored cherry tomatoes add a pop of color and sweet flavors to this savory Paleo salad. […]
Adding a splash of balsamic vinegar adds just a hint of sweetness to these beautiful roasted brussels sprouts. They’re cooked with slices of bacon on top, which allow the flavor and fat from the bacon to seep into the vegetables. Truly delightful! We served this alongside Georgian Pecan-Crusted Trout.
Toasting the pecans before rolling the trout fillets brings out a deeper flavor in the nuts, which partners really nicely with the lightly seasoned almond flour breading. The end result is surprisingly light and flavorful. We found this recipe in “Paleo Comfort Foods” by Julie & Charles Mayfield and we […]