Tag Archive for 'primal'

So, this recipe makes a lot of food. It’s become a regular in my family’s rotation in part because it does make so much. Any time dinner can become lunch for me the next day, I’m #winning. Before I realized I had celiac and went out to dinner more often, broccoli and chicken was one […]

I had my annual physical a few weeks ago. I see a fabulous functional medicine M.D. and her nurse practitioner. Put simply, I love the care I get there. They assess my weight, height, body fat, muscle mass and muscle mass distribution with this fancy-pants machine that I would name if I had any clue […]

Coconut Chocolate Chews

February came to an odd sort of end in the U.S. South with a winter storm that left places like Little Rock and Nashville dealing with ice then snow, and days off of school. Atlanta was right at the edge of the frozen precipitation line. Friends in the northern suburbs experienced decent snow. Intown, we […]

Chinese Takeout Chicken

Ever since I added this Swiss Steak recipe to our rotation, I have been dying to experiment with the sauce-yielding-technique it uses. What kept coming to me when I made the steak was, “This would make an amazing base for Chinese food.” So I toyed around with the ingredients and flavors, and I think I […]

Finally! Fish Tacos!

Today you get the third installment in my Fish Taco recipe – the actual Fish Taco recipe. Corn makes me feel lousy, so while I serve these to the kids and D on corn tortillas, I use Zenbelly’s Plantain Tortillas for myself. If you’ve found a non-grain tortilla sub that you love, please share it in […]

If you read yesterday’s post, you know that I am serving up my fish taco recipe in three parts. First, you got the details on the crunchy topping I use, which is Red Cabbage & Cilantro Slaw. Today, you get the creamy. It’s Avocado & Cilantro Dressing, and it was inspired by the Fish Taco […]

I love fish tacos. I LOVE fish tacos. Fish tacos + Kristine = true love 4ever. (And the ones I make are kick a$$.) It’s that creamy, crunchy combo that just lights my fire. I’m going to share the recipe with you. But I’m going to do it over the course of three days, because […]

In the blog that I run in my fantasies, I posted some fabulous new recipes for you all to enjoy this holiday season. Since, however, you can only see the real, actual WordPress blog and not the one in my fantasy world, I had to settle for this compilation of my existing recipes which are […]

Food for the 4th

The Fourth of July is my favorite holiday. It happens during the summer, and I live for summer, so there’s that. It happens when the produce is amazing and simple and local. So there’s that, too. It’s all about community and the “big deal” is the neighborhood parade and fireworks on the hill. It usually […]

Asian-Braised Pork Wraps

This is one of those recipes that is purposefully mild, so as to have broad-kid appeal. (Looking for another one? Check out my Pesto Chicken Zusketti where you roast the garlic to reduce the bite.) Consequently, for the grown-up palate, you may want to have some sriracha on the table. Actually, my husband strongly encourages you […]