Red onion and kale This is really good with grilled pork chops. I pan fried the breakfast pork chops seen in the picture and sprinkled with Primal Palate seasoning Garlic and Herb. I use this recipe a lot with meal prepping. It is easy. I can toss it in the freezer and reheat it and … Continue reading Red Onion and Kale Side Dish
I One Skillet Vegetables 1 whole carrot (large, coarse chopped)1 whole kholrabi (large, coarse chopped)1 whole yellow squash (coarse diced, skin on)1 clove garlic (crushed)1 tablespoon olive oil1 teaspoon Primal Palate Adobo seasoning (or one of your favorite Primal Palate blends) Heat oil in large skillet over medium heat. Add carrot and sauté, coating … Continue reading One Skillet Veggies
Summer means farmer's markets. Eating local and fresh just tastes better. I took this picture for several reasons 1. These vegetables are absolutely beautiful! Yes, they do have some blemishes but it should not deter you away from purchasing them. Unless there are obvious signs of large bown soft spots, mold, or rot, minor blemishes … Continue reading Farmer’s market season is upon us!
Supreme veggie, grilled chicken and bacon pizza This takes some steps and little prep work it is worth the process 1 whole pre made pizza crust (I pre make paleo or use gluten free)2 tablespoons honey1.5 tablespoons avocado oil1 package chicken tenders1 teaspoon fennel seed1 teaspoon onion powder1 teaspoon garlic juice or fresh garlic1 … Continue reading Supreme Veggie and Grilled Chicken Bacon Pizza
Totes excites! First of the garden poatoes.
Anything but fancy. Quick post WOD meal. The temp gauge in Muscatine, Iowa says a hundo but my body said lets go! For time: 400m run 21 20# wallball front squats 42 bicycle crunches 21 russian twists 400m run 15 20# wallball front squats 30 bicycle crunches 15 russian twists 400m run 9 20# wallball … Continue reading Eggs, guacamole, and PrimalPalate adobo seasoning, yes please!
Taste of Asia with Radishes and Quinoa A great dish for a potluck or picnic! I let this sit in the fridge over night and took it for lunch at work...oh heavens! No need to reheat. This was on point at room temp or right out of the fridge. Definitely making this for my … Continue reading A taste of Asia with radishes and Quinoa
The first part of June marks a special time in the Midwest. Mulberries! For those of us who live in the country know all about these prolific trees. Everything gets smattered indigo from fly over presents from birds. I'm super excited about this fragile little berry! All winter long I have daydreamed up new … Continue reading Mulberries and the Midwest
I am working on a radish and quinoa side dish...stay tuned.