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 »

19
Mar

The kids and I made homemade, natural egg dyes the other day. I’m working on sharing those with you here on the blog, but this post on how to cook hard boiled eggs in the Instant Pot needed to come first! I’m so excited for the natural dye post. Asher absolutely loved learning about the… Read more »

5
Feb

  A couple of months ago, we all chatted about how gelatin can vary brand to brand. I use Vital Proteins to test all of my recipes, and I’ve partnered with them to bring you this recipe from my Celebrations cookbook. It hasn’t ever been shared online before, so you’re in for a treat! If… Read more »

24
Jan

This dressing has been a favorite with our family for many, many years. Leave out the honey, and it’s a Whole30 compliant salad dressing. Or for life after your Whole30, drizzle just a tiny bit and it’s delicious! It can be found on page 320 of my first cookbook Against all Grain, but I’m giving… Read more »

10
Jan

I know reading ingredient lists during your Whole30 can get overwhelming, and I receive so many messages wondering which of my recipes are compliant – so I created guides for you to help make it easier. If you have my books and are looking to keep your meals fresh and interesting during your Whole30, these… Read more »

10

I find condiments are a tough one when you’re doing a Whole30. Thankfully there’s a lot more compliant brands on the market now than there used to be when I first did a Whole30 years ago, but I still like to take a couple of hours at the beginning of the month and make these…. Read more »

9
Jan

  Making this homemade, paleo and Whole30 compliant mayonnaise recipe at home is super easy and incredibly tasty. A lot of commercial mayo has sugar and seed oils in it, so making it at home ensures that you can control the type of oil and omit sweeteners. A small blender or mini food processor is… Read more »

5
Jan

I throw this soup together so often when we’re feeling under the weather or I feel any ulcerative colitis symptoms creeping up. The bone broth is healing to the gut and anti-inflammatory and it’s a great way to get protein and vegetables into the kids and my diet. I’ve made it quite a few times… Read more »

28
Dec

  I think tuna is a love it or hate it type of thing. Ryan hates it. I love it. And I especially love it for some reason when I’m pregnant or nursing! I’ve gotten my kids on board, but they won’t eat just any old tuna salad. They will only eat this one (minus… Read more »

28

This recipe can be found in my first book Against All Grain, but I am sharing it with you here too! My great-grandmother used to make a version of this salad for family outings to the country fair. According to my Grandma, she would wrap it up in pretty bowls and always bring real china… Read more »