Lasagna was always a favorite of mine as a kid, along with spaghetti, mac n’ cheese, and pretty much anything else containing pasta. Unfortunately, as you all well know by now, pasta made it pretty clear that it didn’t like me anymore at some stage during my mid-twenties. It was a sad time, or so I thought. Then came Moussaka. Continue reading “Paleo Moussaka”
When it comes to chicken, I always prefer cooking the whole bird rather than just chicken boobs. Mainly because I prefer brown meat to white meat (more fat, less dry), but also because I feel better about cooking the whole animal and using all of its’ parts. Continue reading “Juicy Roast Chicken”
I’ll be the first to admit; it took me at least a dozen times of eating liver to actually find it tolerable. Not even tasty, tolerable. I probably ate it another dozen times after that to truly enjoy the flavor and texture.
I used to be a carb-aholic. True story. My favourite foods were pasta, bread, pizza, cake, you name it, if it had flour in it I liked it. This diet seemed to work well for me (or so I thought) until I entered my twenties. Continue reading “Zoodle Carbonara”
You know what makes cooking (and eating) a lot more fun? Sauces! When you make your sauces and marinades from scratch, everything you make becomes next level. And yes, there are some Continue reading “Morrocan Chicken Kebabs”
You know how often people/clients tell me that they fall off the wagon because they are bored? A lot! You wanna know the first thing I tell them? Spend more time in the kitchen! I know some of Continue reading “Middle-Eastern Meatballs”
Sometimes less is more. This recipe may be simple, but let that fool you into thinking it’s anything less than amazingly delicious. For those of you who feel intimated by the idea of cooking fish, this method is pretty much fail-proof. Never too dry and essentially impossible Continue reading “Lemon Caper Baked Fish”
Ok how many people have eaten a whole jar of peanut butter by the spoon?
I have. Way too many times. And I’m not even talking about the sugary processed peanut butter, Continue reading “Paleo Pad Thai”
Nothing like a slow-cooker meal on a cold winter day, am I right? Even better, a slow-cooker chipotle chili waiting for you when you get home back from a day of skiing. Continue reading “Paleo Chipotle Chili”
I must say that when it comes to Paleo bread or tortilla substitute, I am generally pretty skeptical. I mean I’ve tried several of those recipes and for the most part, they either fall apart Continue reading “Paleo Beef Tacos with Chipotle Mayo”