I made this chicken last Wednesday for dinner and there was more than enough for lunch for John and I the following day. I love my little helpers in the kitchen and Rowan was super cute stacking the cut up parsnips like blocks! This dish was beyond easy, versatile, and all three of the boys asked for seconds!! We ate the dish with a spinach salad for dinner and for lunch the next day I served the chicken over some steamed kale.
Weekends are perfect for making a big pot of something delicious…. Today we made Chile Verde and while it slowly simmered on the stove top we walked the dogs in the park and also ran a few errands around town. The end result of our long wait for dinner was melt in your mouth, scrumptious, and subtly spicy homemade chile verde – to die for!!! [Read more…]
Hello dear friends! I made a guest appearance on The Paleo Solution Podcast over the weekend with Robb Wolf and Andy Deas. I had such an awesome time answering listeners questions so if you have a chance, check it out here. My time with Robb and Andy is a preview of sorts of what topics and questions I will be answering during my future podcasts with Chrissy Gower of Growing Up Paleo. [Read more…]
Here’s a fun food project for the weekend that’s sure to get you ready for the busy week ahead!
On Saturday make an Easy and Amazing Roasted Chicken and eat it! Do NOT throw out the carcass or the juices from the roasting pan!!
On Sunday, put the chicken carcass and the pan drippings into a large soup pot. [Read more…]
Alright all you goal setters out there. Are you ready? Goal setting is great, I’m a big fan of the idea but I’m not a big fan of setting goals only at the New Year. I hate to be a party pooper, but statistically folks who decide to turn over a new leaf starting January 1 are usually setting themselves up for failure. [Read more…]
Happy Friday Dear Friends!! Some of you might have noticed that soon I will be posting podcasts. I received a few comments in which folks expressed their concerns that I might only be posting my blog content via podcasts which is not the case at all!! My reasoning for the podcasts is as follows: each week I receive hundreds of emails and comments via my web page and my facebook page. I want so badly to answer every single question but the reality is, I am only one person and there is no way for me to do so. [Read more…]
Well, Thanksgiving is over and Christmas is right around the corner but in the mean time, in between the insanity, shopping, hanging of lights, and planning yet ANOTHER holiday meal, we all still need to eat. Here’s a delicious and amazingly easy seafood stew recipe that I would like to share with you. [Read more…]