My Cajun Paleo Meatloaf reminded me how much I love meatloaf! It makes the perfect weekday leftovers, and is so easy to take for a hearty home-cooked lunch at the office. But this isn’t just any ordinary meatloaf, it’s Bobotie! Which is South African meatloaf. I’m not exactly sure where it stems from, but I have had a long-standing obsession with South Africa. They’ve got beautiful beaches, great wines, and culture like I’ve never experienced. I can’t wait until the day I visit and taste their Read more […]
The 3 weeks of my South East Asian Adventure are almost coming to an end, which means more new recipes coming your way!!! I have some incredible traditional Balinese and Thai recipes to share when I get home, but for now here’s one I’ve had stashed away to hold you over. I guarantee you’ll love it!
I recently cooked a dinner party for one of my favorite local clients. Not only did she plan the whole menu and help me in the kitchen, she also taught me some of her authentic favorite Mexican recipes Read more […]
Ironically this dish was inspired by my Vegan roommate’s recent obsession with Forks Over Knives, a cookbook with over 300 plant-based recipes. I guess it’s not all that ironic. I love my plant-based foods as much as any good Vegan, I just like to eat animal protein with my plants.
It goes without saying that I love seasonal foods, and after the Autumn veggies caught my eye, this African stew also reminded me of a delicious African Peanut Soup I had at the beloved Colophon Cafe in Bellingham, Read more […]
While everyone else has been talking about brining, stuffing, and basting their turkey, I’ve been enjoying a very different turkey dinner–Buffalo Turkey Lettuce Wraps! Every now and then the fat kid food junkie in me gets a craving for Buffalo sauce, which usually comes in the form of breaded chicken on a giant bun of some kind, but with this dish you can enjoy the combination of spicy buffalo and cool ranch dressing or blue cheese crumbles (made with sheep’s milk of course) to your heart’s content Read more […]
In dreaming about nearing holiday celebrations, particularly, a Thanksgiving feast, I got a serious craving for sweet potatoes! While sweet potatoes are a veggie that is definitely higher on the glycemic index, they have tons of vitamins and nutrients that still make it a viable Primal or Paleo option, particularly for those who are consistently physically active. For more information on the health benefits and varieties, visit this post on Mark’s Daily Apple. I’m with Mark, if you can find the Read more […]