Tag Archive for 'salad'

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 […]

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 […]

Explore More : April 18th

I know it’s been a few weeks since I’ve gotten an Explore More out there. Apologies, but I tried to minimize my exposure to screens while on Spring Break with the kiddos. Consequently, I have lots of stuff for you this week, so let’s dive on in. Before we head into the content, though, I […]

Kale & Apple Salad

I went to a catered lunch meeting a few weeks ago. Those words – “catered lunch meeting” – normally mean I will go without food for the duration of the event. Whether it’s a sandwich lunch or salads with croutons, gluten is normally on the menu and it’s just easier for me to eat when […]

There is an Amazon affiliate link in here. It’s for my book and the FTC requires that I disclose it but it does make me laugh when it’s my book because I assume you know that I benefit when you buy my book. But, anyhow, there it is. Your full disclosure. And, I thank you […]

Since I skipped last week, I have loads and loads of goodies for you. But first, I offer up this glorious burst of color from my 6-year-old. Speaking of my kids, I made this Coconut Flour Zucchini Bread from Small Footprint Family and I am pretty sure they have never raved so much about any other Paleo-style […]

Last year, I made Living Paleo’s Sweet Potato Bacon and Egg Salad for our Fourth of July picnic.  It was delicious, but being someone who can’t leave well-enough alone, I decided to play with the flavor a bit this year and create my own version. As I mentioned in my Explore More post on the 5th, our […]

If you read my Facebook posts, you may recall that my middle child’s pre-K class hosted a “Spring Fling” last week.  The organizer did a great job ensuring loads of delicious, enticing and healthful fare was served.  The Rudolphs were tasked with a veggie that starts with an ‘R’ and we opted for Romaine Boats. […]

Getting Fishy With It

I love fish, and was beyond thrilled to catch (get it … catch?) Chris Kresser’s recent podcast interview with Dr. Nicholas Ralston explaining that the fears about mercury exposure through the consumption of ocean fish are largely unfounded.  It’s a great interview and I encourage you to listen, but suffice it to say that Dr. Ralston’s […]