One of the best ways you can set yourself up for success for a week of healthy eating is to make a big pot of meat that you can put in wraps or salads. My favorite way to make a big cut of meat that I think is the most tasty, is to braise it in a dutch oven. All you need is some seasoning, broth, and meat. And, you could really use this recipe for any cut of meat, but the cooking time will vary. Continue reading “Lazy Taco Pulled Pork”
Acorn squash is my favorite squash this time of year because I love its’ nutty flavor. It pairs perfectly well with some savory sausage for an easy weeknight meal. I served this to my husband topped with bacon and cheese (instead of cranberries and nuts) and he couldn’t stop staying how good it was and that this may be his new favorite meal!
I’ve for some reason become really sensitive to tomato sauce and as an Italian girl, I really miss my meat sauce. So, I developed this AIP friendly version and all is well in the world! Continue reading “Pumpkin Bolognese”
Plantains are totally my favorite starchy carb these days! They’re perfect to throw over some greens and some protein for a well balanced meal! Continue reading “Plantain and Pulled Pork Salad with Cilantro Lime Dressing”
This recipe is inspired by a dish I enjoyed at Picnik in Austin, TX while at Paleo F(x) this year. They have an amazing gluten-free, farm to table menu and I highly recommend it if you’re ever in the area! Continue reading “Harvest Hash”
This was my first time to cook a pork belly and it turned out so delicious! The prep is easy but it does take a few hours to cook, so plan accordingly. The end product is basically pork rinds on top of a juicy pork roast! Continue reading “Crispy Pork Belly”