6
Jun

Thanks to Vital Proteins for partnering with me on this recipe!    It look me a little while to love chia pudding. It started becoming super popular about 5 years ago and I didn’t love the texture of the crunchy seeds and somewhat gelatinous texture. To ease into the trend, I created a recipe in… Read more »

29
May

Thanks to my long-time friends at Vital Proteins for partnering with us on this recipe!   Are you as big of a fan of sushi or poké as we are? Ryan and I first fell in love with poké when we were living in Hawaii back in 2012 and we were so happy when the… Read more »

26
May

Seaweed salad, or wakame salad, became a huge favorite of mine while we were living in Hawaii back in 2012. I would always get a side of it when we’d go to the little poke shop by the beach. I loved the crunchy nature of it, and the sweet and slightly sour taste. I also… Read more »

17
May

  I was craving a good veggie noodle stir-fry the other day with a sweet, tangy, and slightly spicy sauce. Take-out for something like this isn’t really an option because it will either contain soy sauce (thus gluten) or rice noodles. This vegetarian sweet chili noodle stir-fry is better than take-out and is really simple… Read more »

10
May

My kids love dehydrated fruit and fruit leathers.  I used to spring for the expensive organic ones at the store, but even those usually have added sugar. The conventional versions usually have a laundry list of bad ingredients – such as high fructose corn syrup, carrageenan, and artificial food dyes. I started making my own… Read more »

29
Apr

Cinco de Mayo is coming up so it’s the perfect time to round up all of my Paleo and Primal festive recipes and share them with you! If you’re celebrating Cinco de Mayo this weekend, or just need ideas for warm sunny days, here is a fun assortment of my Mexican inspired recipes. Have a fabulous… Read more »

28
Apr

  When I tell stories about the way we used to eat growing up, Sam’s Club and the Schwan truck always come up. Except I used to think it was the “Swan man!” I remember that tanish-yellow truck pulling up and delivering all of our favorite foods-  pizza bagels, corn dogs, pot pies, breakfast burritos,… Read more »

26
Apr

No matter how hard we try, our kids put play dough in their mouths at least once (if not all the time – it’s salty!) when they’re playing with it. Standard doughs contain wheat flour, which can make some kids extremely sick, even with the tiniest amount. For those with celiac, even contact with the… Read more »

24
Apr

I finally did a video for you guys on my lettuce wrap sub sandwich recipe – the AAGwich! I did a Facebook live demoing them last year, but this video will be easier for you to access and watch back when you need a a tutorial! When I’m not using leftover rotisserie chicken, my favorite… Read more »

18
Apr

  I know how much you all have been loving my Instant Pot renditions of some of the fan favorite recipes from my cookbooks, so I’m back with another one for you! See some of my other Instant Pot recipes here! The Mexican Chicken Chowder is one of the most popular soups from my first… Read more »

6
Apr

  I’m excited to share this Spring Vegetable Tart recipe with you after all of the excitement about it on Instagram this week! I was voting on going out to Easter brunch this year since I’m still recovering and didn’t feel up to cooking a feast. My Father in Law kindly offered to cook all… Read more »

2
Apr

Thank you all for your prayers and thoughts while I took time to rest and recover from my recent autoimmune disease flare up. It took a while, but I’m so happy to say that I’m back up on my feet and have returned to my normal routine (with the exception of a scheduled nap daily… Read more »

30
Mar

Hi Friends! Can you believe it is already April?! I am very excited for Spring and warmer weather. This week I shared a couple of new blog posts including a recipe for Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs with my Instant Pot Hard Boiled Eggs and a new video and recipe of an Instant Pot Tom Kha… Read more »

28
Mar

Thai Coconut Soup is my chicken noodle soup. It’s the soup I crave when I’m sick in bed or when I’ve had a bad day and need something comforting. I could eat it daily. And now I’ve made my popular recipe from my first cookbook, Against all Grain, even easier to make – using the… Read more »

23
Mar

Easter is upon us, and that means we get to crack out our favorite traditions like sunrise services, easter egg hunts, easter baskets, and egg dyeing! I’m excited to share this Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs recipe with you. I can think back to growing up and dyeing eggs in my kitchen with my siblings and… Read more »