Sharing a few recipes from our first CSA pickup of the season.
A quick and delicious light dinner, using leftover chicken.
This is one of my favorite Paleo breakfasts to make.
I love to make my own sausage. Starting with pasture-raised ground pork and adding my own herbs and spices means we can control exactly what is in our sausage and try out new flavor combinations. Here are two of my favorites, based on recipes from The Spicy Sausage. One of the meals in our first […]
On our last trip to the farmer’s market there was plenty of rhubarb but no strawberries yet. I decided to try a baked dish with rhubarb and apple and it came out perfectly tart and scrumptious. I went back for seconds. And then I had some more with my eggs for breakfast this morning.
Today I heard an interview with Ted Danson, talking about his new book Oceana. He talked about fishing and seafood, which I’ve been eating more of lately. I also included my thoughts on preparing fish.
This week I worked on using up some of the food in the freezer while cleaning and organizing it. This weekend I’m going to be doing lots of cooking so I can have plenty of easy meals on hand.
We all know we’re supposed to eat more veggies, and salad is a great way to get more of them, but does anyone really like salad? Thanks to this recipe for Herb-Infused Olive Oil, we do now!
Last week, I found out about the Zero Waste Home and this weekend, I did one of my favorite waste-reducing activities: making stuff up in the kitchen with ingredients that need to be used now!
This simple dish is great during asparagus season. Once you make it you will probably be able to make it again without even so much as a glance at the recipe.