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I remember the first time I ever had mole sauce; I was visiting some friends in San Diego and we went to a highly recommended Mexican restaurant that served some incredibly delicious food – as authentic as we’ve ever had in Mexico. And when I asked the waiter what he recommended, he didn’t hesitate to [...]
Love Chocolate? Good – it’s actually good for you! Chocolate has more antioxidants than blueberries, green tea and red wine, and nearly eight times the antioxidants found in strawberries. Cacao has more antioxidant flavonoids than any food tested so far, including blueberries, red wine, and black and green teas. In fact, it has up to [...]
Every once in a while I fine tune a recipe to the point that both guys in the house admit they like it. Neither one of them is very good at sugar-coating their thoughts on my dishes, so when I do get something right, I’m always excited to hear them tell me they like it. [...]
Guest writer, Elissa, shares her favorite Paleo pizza creation with us. Thanks Elissa – we can’t wait to try this one!
When beginning with Paleo I was overwhelmed. What was I to do with all the new information I have learned with the new cooking staples in my pantry? These things I had not [...]
Is there really an occasion that wouldn’t call for pie? That’s our feeling at The Little Aussie Bakery & Cafe, where we make pies of the sweet and savory variety. Pies for lunch! Pies for picnics! This is also a great crust to use for quiche. They can be frozen for future use! [...]
This is a guest post from Megan Cannon, a guest author who shares her experience prepping a variety of allergy-free friendly foods.
Throughout the course of the holiday season – which, somehow, only now feels like it’s winding down completely – my family participates in (or sometimes hosts) several large group dinners. These dinners, [...]
This week I’ve been craving something sweet. Some days I’m stronger than the cravings, some days they’re gone, and some days my mouth waters thinking about a hunk of dark, semi sweet chocolate.
Most of my cravings are gone thanks to a grain and sugar-free diet, but occasionally my mind wins and I find myself staring at [...]
Green, lean and packed with energy!
This is one of my favorite ways to start the day – keeps my mind clear and gives me great motivation and energy!
I have a Jack Lalane juicer, but I’ve never quite mastered the whole juicing thing. It’s messy, time consuming and typically not [...]
About 6 months ago I discovered a blog that has quickly become one of my favorites; devoted to living a life free of grains, Lisa Leake runs 100 Days of Real Food where she dishes on living free of grains, gracing us with amazing recipes that grain-ful dieters would envy. Browsing through her site, [...]
We’re big fans of a tender, juicy roast, and love the simplicity of a basic Roast Beef. While there are some more intricate methods which include basting, stews and crock pots, we like to keep ours simple by roasting it with a touch of salt and pepper.
I promise you this is the easiest Roast [...]
If you’ve followed this site for a while, then you know that I love Austin.
I’ve been lucky enough to travel lots, and lived in some great cities, but Austin is definitely my home! From the eclectic vibe to the local support offered to entrepreneurs, the community aspect, amazing food, great shopping and all the [...]
Gee, how do I make Ghee?
Oh, I can hear my dad laughing at that headline! Another version was “Gee, what the heck is Ghee?”
Ok,now that that’s out of my system, let’s figure out what it is and how to make it at home to save you bundles…
Ghee is a clarified butter, which [...]
Vegan Cashew Squash – a nutritional powerhouse, clean start to the day!
A little while back I posted a recipe that I make for breakfast which includes sautéed butternut squash, spinach and bacon. Since I avoid eggs to follow the Auto-Immune Protocol diet, and can’t eat grains, my breakfasts are typically leftover dinners or a [...]
I’ll admit I often find myself stuck in a dinner rut, and I tend to grab the same ol’ stuff when I get to the grocery store. So I finally decided to practice what I preach and head to the store prepared with a list (I’m loving the Buy Me a Pie [...]
I like simple dishes that taste exotic. I don’t love to spend a ton of time in the kitchen, prepping a meal that will be done in 20 minutes, only to follow it up with an hour’s worth of cleaning. And, I have to admit, I’m a product of the 80′s – I grew up [...]
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