Growing up with a German family there was never a shortage of sauerkraut. At least once a week we would have it in our meals. Usually with franks. Somewhere down the line, as I got older, it slowly disappeared. Not sure if our eating habits just changed or possible complaints from my brother and I. […]
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If you have never had Osso Buco then you are truly missing out on one of the yummiest dishes around! Osso Buco is Italian for “bone with a hole” which refers to the marrow hole at the center of the cross cut veal shank. This dish’s primary ingredient, veal shank, is common, relatively cheap and flavorful. […]
Every once in a while when Vaughan goes shopping he comes home with some random food we usually don’t cook. This week it was large portabella mushrooms. Some of them I grilled and the others I decided to make breakfast out of. Store mushrooms in a paper bag inside a fridge. Never store in plastic […]
After all the indulgences of the holidays, I had decided to go completely sugar free for one month. Starting after we finished off the last of the brownies my hubby made. I gave up ALL sugar, to include fruit as well. I made it about 2 weeks, when I came across organic blueberries on sale […]
Shepherd’s pie, also known as cottage pie, is typically made with a crust of mashed potatoes and sprinkling of cheese. The term cottage pie is known to have been in use in 1791,when the potato was being introduced as an edible crop affordable for the poor (“cottage” meaning a modest dwelling for rural workers). Substituting mashed cauliflower for […]
It’s Christmas Eve!!! Yea!!!! Vaughan and I headed to Breckenridge to spend the week with the family. We totally lucked out this year. A friend offered up his timeshare for this week and we JUMPED at the opportunity. There’s nothing more special then spending Christmas with a little one. My nephew is 5 years old […]
I regularly find myself venturing toward new fruits and veggies in the market that I haven’t cooked with before. This week it was pomegranates. I love the juice but never actually worked with the fruit. So in true Angela fashion, I tossed one in my cart and thought, I’ll figure out something later… Fortunately it […]
Nothing says Fall better than Butternut Squash Soup! This is an easy soup to make Paleo because it is naturally creamy in texture and already has such an amazing flavor on it’s own that it doesn’t need much help. Butternut squash is super high in vitamin A which promotes vision health, bone growth, cell function, […]
I finally took the plunge… Into making condiments that is. Going Paleo and eater better is one thing, but to actually make 99.9% of the foods you consumed, definitely seemed like too much. There were a few things that I just wasn’t ready to tackle yet. Mayo, ketchup and all other “dippers” were in that […]
With Isaac coming through and the wind and rain in constant motion, this is a day we are definitely staying in! And a day indoors means cooking. I actually enjoy making big breakfasts on the weekend and trying new recipes but wasn’t exactly certain what I wanted to tackle this morning until Vaughan said, “I […]
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