Trying to get back to regular blog postings!

Happy almost spring!!!! Here in the Northeastern USA, we are all anxiously awaiting a warmer, sunnier time of year. It’s just around the corner. Woo hoo! I haven’t written many blog posts since December, and there’s a reason for that, other than the chill that’s been in the air. Let me explain. For the handful […]

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25 Ways to Make it your Best Valentine’s Day Ever!

It may be cold and snowy where you live, but Valentine’s Day will warm things up next week! How will you heat things up for yourself and others, and spread the love? To me, the most meaningful gifts are the ones that someone has poured thought into, rather than just money. Valentine’s Day is about […]

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The Simplest Chicken Recipe Ever!

Until recently, the only way I would eat dark meat poultry was when it had been simmered in tomato sauce for a few hours (like my Hearty Bolognese Sauce recipe, which can be made without the Kielbasa). It just seemed to have a slimy texture that wasn’t appealing. Flash forward to a couple of months […]

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Bad, Better, Best: Ho Hos, Mo Mos, No Nos!

I hope everyone had a nice holiday season, and has gotten off to a great start for 2014. It’s been pretty quiet here on my blog, as I’ve spent a lot of time away from my computer over the past few weeks. I had a lot of thinking to do, looking back on 2013, and […]

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Steven Spielberg, Michelangelo, and YOU.

Michelangelo’s David © iStockphoto.com/DHuss “All of us every single year, we’re a different person. I don’t think we’re the same person all our lives.”  -Steven Spielberg Imagine starting with a clean slate every year, and having multiple opportunities to share your best self with the world? You are the Michelangelo of your own life, slowly […]

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Paleo Purely Chocolate Cupcakes, Egg and Multiple Food Allergen Free!

Do you remember Hostess cupcakes, Suzy Q’s, Sno Balls, Ding Dongs, and Ho Hos? Drake’s Yodels or Devil Dogs? Or Little Debbie Swiss Rolls? So many versions of the same thing! I didn’t grow up with these stocked in my kitchen, but they were a secret indulgence when I was out with friends.  There was […]

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Simply Paleo Carrot Soup

I made a 23.88 pound pastured turkey for Thanksgiving. I gave a lot away, but still, we had so many leftovers that I had to freeze them! The carcass was so big that I didn’t think it would fit in my slow cooker, but luckily it did. There was no room for the usual onion, […]

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Diversify your Diet with Paleo Roasted Vegetables

This morning, I had a very unusual breakfast.  Before I picked up my next batch of produce from the late fall CSA I joined (see more below), I wanted to use up the remaining vegetables from last week. I had one small cauliflower, one Delicata Squash, and one kohlrabi. Honestly, I had harvested kohlrabi when […]

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Paleo Stuffing Alternatives, Gluten/Grain/Dairy/Egg Free, with Vegan Option

Have you ever left a restaurant, wishing you had the recipe for something, so you could make it over and over again? It happens to me every time we eat at the Union Square Cafe in New York City. The first time we ate there, my husband and son ordered fried calamari, but my daughter […]

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A Recipe for a Healthy, Happy Holiday Season

You know how you spend days, possibly even weeks,  planning out and preparing a big holiday meal, only to have it disappear within hours? Even if you end up with leftovers, you’re lucky to get an extra meal of two out of them, right? What if I told you there is a recipe you can […]

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