Most people have a favorite room in the house. Mine has always been the kitchen, because, quite frankly, I love to eat. And the kitchen has all the food. It has tea for cold, dreary days, soup for sick days, cake for birthdays, and lasagna for whenever you want it. Like most people, I like […]
Can you say umami? If not, by the time you are finished with Joshua Weissman’s Slim Palate cookbook, not only will you be able to say it, you will be able to make it! Taking inspiration from both Weston A. Price as well as the Paleo/Primal diet (and I’m guessing some Texan heritage, too) this […]
A tasty and grain-free alternative to rice. So easy, a kid could make it.
Often when people find out that I eat gluten-free, they ask me if I have celiac disease. I then have to decide if I should I give them the long answer, or the short answer. The short answer is, “I’m gluten sensitive.” The long answer is… “Well, I don’t really know, because I took gluten out […]
Using sea vegetables makes for a slightly crunchy, much healthier, and still delicious alternative to the original dish.
This deep, red pudding is a traditional Danish dessert that is simple, delicious and great for Christmas, or anytime!
A grain-free dessert that can also make a nice porridge for breakfast.
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Made with purple cabbage, romaine lettuce, and carrots (all high in fiber, vitamin C, and vitamin A), this colorful salad will give you a rainbow full of nutrients in the dark of winter.