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Chicken & Mushroom Stew with Celery Root & Marjoram (AIP)

Celery root has recently become one of my favorite vegetables… and until not long ago, it was completely foreign to me. Ditto for several other ingredients in this delicious chicken & mushroom stew. Leeks? Bring them on! Shiitake mushrooms? Get in my tummy now! And marjoram? Oh

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Grilled Curry Shrimp (AIP, SCD)

Grilling season is here and these curry shrimp skewers are an easy and flavorful break from the ordinary burgers and other typical BBQ fare. Shrimp tends to be a people pleaser (it is one of only two “creatures who swim” that the picky eater in my house

Pickled Radishes with Ginger and Garlic (AIP, SCD)

These quick pickled radishes are a treat for all of your senses… including your eyes! After just 30 minutes or so of chill time, the natural red pigment on the outside of the slices will infuse the brine with a hot pink hue that the white flesh

Curry Sweet Potato and Asparagus Salad (AIP)

This recipe is inspired by a Nepalese dish from a little hole-in-the-wall restaurant in Madison, Wisconsin called “tarkari,” which I’ve since learned actually refers generically to spicy vegetable curry originating in the Indian subcontinent (thank you Wikipedia!). The restaurant is called Himal Chuli and I still make

Maple Cranberry Orange Cookies (AIP)

Believe it or not, these maple cranberry and orange cookies actually came about through a bit of good fortune and not planning… but isn’t that always how the happiest accidents appear? If you are a regular follower of this blog, you know that I took an unplanned

Colorful Cauliflower Salad (AIP, SCD)

Purple cauliflower is the star of the show in this vibrant salad! Blanch it first to set the color, toss with dried cranberries or raisins for a bit of sweetness, then drizzle on some golden dressing and watch the magic happen with the acidity of the lemon

American Potage (AIP)

The 1950 classic edition of Betty Crocker’s Picture Cookbook describes American Potage as “A quick, savory, meat-and-vegetable soup.” Start to finish it takes a bit more than 1 whole hour to make and a significant investment of labor in the form of peeling and chopping vegetables, which

Oven-Roasted Root Vegetable Chips (AIP)

Any root vegetable can be made into an addictive snack with this simple recipe template. Here you see both orange sweet potato chips and parsnip chips, but feel free to mix it up by using beets, turnips, or even carrots. Of course, making your own snack chips

Multi-Purpose InstantPot Shredded Beef (AIP, SCD)

This multi-purpose shredded beef is perfect for tacos and taco salads, as shown in the photographs in this post, but it will be equally delicious on a salad, on top of stuffed sweet potato, or added to some stir fried vegetables either for a breakfast hash or
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