Tag Archive for 'cooking'

Celeriac Rounds

If you were to ask me what I found most challenging about feeding my family on a Paleo/Primal template, I would say two words: starchy carbs. A common Paleo/Primal “pitfall” is to accidentally go too low carb. Diane Sanfilippo of Balanced Bites and Practical Paleo wrote a nice, quick Facebook post on the topic you […]

Plum Nut Crumble

My kids were flipping through cookbooks the other day, talking about which recipes they can and cannot have.  My middle child, M, is very gluten intolerant and so she goes through saying, “glue-ten,” “glue-ten,” “no glue-ten.” They stumbled upon a fruit crumble that looked delish, but fell squarely in the “glue-ten” category.  So, my oldest […]

For the past few weeks I’ve been soliciting you, my blog readers, for your holiday wellness wish lists.  Selfishly, I was hoping your desires would spur me to realizing what I wanted for the holiday season.  (We celebrate Christmas and then, a few short weeks after, I have a birthday.) Your thoughts did more than […]

Can you believe Thanksgiving is next week?  I am in denial.  I have prepped my menu and generated my shopping list thanks to Pepperplate.  I am wild about that app!  I downloaded the bookmarklet which makes it super-simple to store recipes from blogs, which is where I find probably 80% of what I cook these […]

Real Food for Real Life

One of the biggest obstacles to eating real food, well-prepared is time.  I find that it’s a little easier to manage in the summer when we have loads of bright, fresh veggies at our fingertips.  We can just toss them together for a salad, skewer them for some kabobs, or cut them up and eat […]