As I sit on the couch writing this post, I have just finished food-prepping for the week, and the house now smells like pancakes and maple. I think I might have pancakes for dinner… Continue reading “Pumpkin Pancakes”
If I told you I just enjoyed a brownie with a glass of milk, would you believe me? Well, I’ve been dabbling into what’s called a “pro-metabolic” way of eating for a little while, and this flourless brownie falls into those parameters. What is a pro-metabolic diet you might ask? Well, Continue reading “Pro-Metabolic Brownies”
For the sweet & salty lovers out there, these are just what you need. If you are not quite familiar with tahini yet I strongly encourage you to try it, it works amazingly well in sweet foods although in my opinion underutilized. If you’ve ever had the Middle-Eastern dessert called “halva”, then you know what tahini is.
This is my Paleo & Keto friendly attempt at recreating a dish my mother used to make (which I loved) when I was a kid.
I have made this salad more times than I can count and yet have never really shared the recipe until today. Actually I’m on my Instagram account right now and just realized I said I’d post this, 3 years ago. Never believe when I promise to post a recipe soon, it’s almost certainly a lie.
I love red meat. I love the flavour, I love how it makes me feel, the energy I get from it, how it boosts my brain function, the list goes on. I could easily eat steak everyday and not get sick of it, but for the sake of variety and also eating different cuts and parts of the animal, I like to change things up. Continue reading “Marinated Beef Kebabs”
This dish is inspired by a killer chicken dinner I had with girlfriends in Revelstoke at a restaurant called Quartermaster Eatery. Funny thing is I actually ordered a steak (which was amazing!), but both of my girlfriends ordered the Peruvian-Style Roast Chicken, Continue reading “Peruvian-Style Roast Chicken Legs”
I can already hear you thinking: “But isn’t all that butter and egg going to clog my arteries?”. The answer to that in a nutshell is, NO. Without diving too deep into the world of nutrition science, I want you to know that saturated fat is not inherently unhealthy. Continue reading “Easy Hollandaise”
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.