Tag Archive for 'gluten free'

It started with a text from my friend, K, wondering if I would take requests for the blog.  She bought bunches of grassfed ground beef at Whole Foods and needs different ways to use it. “Absolutely,” I told her. So, I set to work on a creamy, mushroomy kind of dish. My intention was to […]

My husband got a Big Green Egg for his *ahem* 40th birthday that has not yet happened but the BGEs were on sale so we snagged one.  I’ve been all over that bad boy since we got it.  Check out this lovely smoked chicken. But here’s my question for you BGErs: What’s the best way […]

Bacon & Leek Cauliflower

I’ve had lots of interest in the Garlic Scape & Sweet Onion Cauliflower recipe I posted earlier this summer.  Unfortunately, garlic scapes are not readily available for everyone and they are definitely a seasonal product. Today I offer a similar recipe.  The flavor profile is along the same lines … garlic scapes embody a garlicky-type of […]

Explore More : July 19th

It’s a big week in our family!  Happy birthdays to C, D, and K and happy anniversary to my hubby.  Fifteen years … how did that happen? Speaking of my hubby, he is often on-the-go for meals.  I pack him little lunches and breakfasts when I can.  I think that letting go of the idea […]

Magnesium.  It’s a tough mineral to get from food and it’s really, really important. According to Chris Kresser: There are few compounds in the body more important to overall health than magnesium. Over 300 enzymes need it, including every enzyme associated with ATP, and enzymes required to synthesize DNA, RNA and proteins. Magnesium also plays […]

Pesto Chicken Zusketti

You guys know I have three kids, and I have alluded to the fact that my two “bigs” are wildly different eaters.  My daughter, M, who is almost 5, despises anything creamy – hummus, guacamole, yogurt, nut butters.  As in, when my son eats yogurt she gets up from the table so she doesn’t have […]

Today I am excited to share the story of Frances Shaw, better known to many in the Atlanta gluten free community as the woman behind Frannie’s Gluten Free muffins. You guys know I have a soft spot in my heart for women entrepreneurs.  I’ve highlighted Daphne and Liz in the past.  Frances is special to […]

Explore More : May 24th

Isn’t this little guy just the cutest?  I found him on a recent trek to my most favorite “happy” place in the city, Atlanta Botanical Garden.  The frog pond was full of little guys like him, just doing their thing.  I took way too many photos of them. Speaking of way too many, I have […]

Explore More – May 17th

April showers bring May flowers.  What do May flowers bring? The MAYpocalypse?  MAYhem?  End-of-School-a-palooza? Whatever term you use, you know what I mean. Spring sports are ending.  Dancers are recital-ing.  (In some cases night after night after night.)  School years are coming to a close and class parties, plays and other events come with the […]

Since Baby A is still keeping me up all night, my amazing husband takes her at 6 a.m., and singlehandedly cares for her, while prepping the big kids for school.  He then drives the big kids to school on his way to work. He does it all with grace and kindness, and his only complaint […]