I had so much fun plating these garlic shrimp zucchini boats for the pictures, and couldn’t resist the urge to stand the basil leaves up like sails on a sailboat. Of course, the nautical theme continues with the simple fact that the main ingredient is from the
This week’s new recipe for herb meatballs with sautéed chard is an homage to the late summer garden, especially the bountiful herbs and the bright colors of the rainbow Swiss chard just now hitting its peak. I was inspired to create this recipe a couple weeks ago
These asparagus recipes prove that this vegetable is epitome of easy! Practically no prep work is needed and it cooks in a flash. It is a delicious and nutritious addition to your vegetable rotation and should especially enjoyed when it is in season locally. Why eat asparagus?
I try not to play favorites when it comes to vegetables and preparation methods, but if did I would be putting this broiled asparagus really high on that list! This easy recipe is the best of all worlds because it is fast and virtually fuss free, delicious
If you have a head of cabbage rolling around in your refrigerator and don’t know what to do with it, I’ve got 10 great ideas for you! Whether you opt to shred it, slice it, chop it, or wedge it, you will learn that this budget-friendly vegetable
Braised cabbage ticks all the necessary boxes during these challenging times: It’s easy, cheap, nutritious, and versatile. A single head of cabbage goes a long way and will last nicely in your refrigerator, so it makes sense to grab one (or two) anytime you see them available.
Carrots are a favorite vegetable for many and work well with many different dietary approaches, including the autoimmune protocol. One medium carrot provides 200% of your daily need for vitamin A, so if you include them in your vegetable rotation at least three times a week you’ll
Roasted carrot fries are a favorite vegetable for many, but carrot greens are so neglected! Did you know that they are very similar to parsley, and in fact are closely related? That makes them wonderful to use in a chimichurri, which is traditionally made from parsley and
Mushrooms aren’t just delicious; they are nutrient superstars! These autoimmune protocol (AIP) compliant recipes give you 10 different ideas of how to turn them into delicious meals and prove that they are also a very versatile ingredient. Last week I shared this recipe for easy sautéed AIP
Grass fed ground beef provides a trifecta for the AIP eater… It’s nutrient dense AND economical AND versatile, as this post proves with 10 very different recipes, all of them 100% compliant with the elimination phase of the autoimmune protocol (AIP). Last week I shared this recipe