Guest Post: Paleo Pad Thai

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With my new cookbook well under way and keeping me very busy, I’ve lined up some fellow bloggers to do guest posts for me two Saturdays a month.  My autoimmune condition is heavily fueled by stress, so in an effort to stay healthy, these friends will help relieve some of the stress and keep recipes… Read more »

Fresh Pumpkin Puree Tutorial

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Roasting and pureeing a pumpkin is really simple and won’t take you much time at all, but the flavor is far and beyond that of the canned variety. Better yet, an entire sugar pie pumpkin ranging from 3-5 pounds only costs $1.99 at Trader Joe’s (you’ll pay a bit more for organic) and you get… Read more »

Grilled Prosciutto Peach Salad

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Before I unleash the deluge of Autumn recipes, I wanted to sneak in one last recipe utilizing Summer produce. We still have a few vendors selling peaches at our Farmer’s market, and although I’m thrilled to see pumpkins and apples popping up, I will miss these succulent stone fruits when they hibernate until next year…. Read more »

A Very Special Announcement!

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  I can hardly contain my excitement as I write this post for you!! NO, I’m not pregnant. Three weeks ago, I was sitting at my dining room table typing up a blog-post and daydreaming about where I wanted this little blog to be in a few years. I dream big, but there’s always been… Read more »

Strawberry Shortcake Cupcakes

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For my son’s 2nd birthday party last weekend, I wanted to create two different cupcakes. One for the chocolate lovers, and one using one of his favorite fruits: Strawberries. Even though I knew he probably wouldn’t eat one (he’s not into desserts oddly!), I couldn’t throw a birthday party without cupcakes. He cried when we… Read more »

Slicing or Dicing a Mango

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If you’ve never tried pitting or peeling a mango, take my word that it is a slimy, slippery and messy process. Unless, of course, you know a few tricks. You’ll find a plethora of methods for cutting a mango, but after trying them all, I find this one is the cleanest and quickest. Peeling a… Read more »

Farmer’s Market Dinner Party

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I recently had the pleasure of providing food for a magazine photo shoot. It so fun getting to play chef and food stylist at the same time. The shoot was designed and furnished by PJ Rude of MilkGlass Rentals , and photographed by Jennifer Skog Photography, a very talented lifestyle and wedding photographer (she also did my homepage/bio photos). PJ is… Read more »