All about That Broth

Bone broth. Two words spoken in my home at least 1/2 a dozen times a day, enjoyed by the mug full another 1/2 a dozen, and utilized in several other methods periodically throughout my time in the kitchen. Its my breakfast and my bedtime snack. My two children ages 6 and 4 could quite possibly…

Bone Broth – Beef Tongue

We live in a culture of hot & fried – fast food. I want to bring us back to low and slow – soul food. The meals where the love that went into the preparation can be tasted. To nurture the food we plan on serving others and take joy in the anticipation of that…

AIP – Chicken Liver Jerky

Living out in the boonies, and accommodating health issues means we pack food every time we leave the house. I dont like to buy too many convenience foods ( They’re so expensive!!) but I had been purchasing jerky online for the long days into town. I had some liver pate I had made and froze…

Red Wine and Fennel Gizzards

Have I mentioned before how important it is to get to know your local farmer? Well, I’ll say it again. Get to know you’re local farmer! It is truly life changing. For them – and for you! Stay tuned for an upcoming post featuring our Family’s local farmer- and good friends – Apsey Farms ,…

Ground Beef/Liver meatloaf

Meatloaf – one of those iconic, stick to your ribs, hearty, classic American dinners. Always served with a side of mashed potatoes. Today, we’re upgrading. I’m always ‘sneaking’ superfoods onto my boys plates. My husband will eat anything (except avocados), bless his gracious heart. Anything, I thought, until I fried up liver and onions one…

How to put the PRO in Protein.

Cooking a whole chicken, a roast, or a duck can be extremely intimidating – especially for the first time. It doesn’t have to be. And honestly, when putting to practice some of these tips, its nearly effortless. If you’re cooking for flavor, I believe time is your greatest advocate. I know a lot of people…

Grain Free Quick Bread

This recipe is one I make every week, and always have on hand. Its chewy, toasts beautifully, holds together, is non insulin spiking, packed with fiber and tastes amazing!! It is truly the PERFECT replacement for glutinous bread. Its yeast free, so this is a quick bread, one that can be whipped up in a…

Seed Biscuits

We For those of us following an AIP diet (the Auto Immune Protocol) successful reintroductions always deserve the happy dance! I chose to begin my reintroductions with seeds – for their versatility and nutritional benefits. One of the many challenges of the Auto Immune Protocol is getting enough fiber in. That is no longer an…

All Purpose AIP Flatbread

    Batch cooking is essential to most following an AIP diet, and very worthwhile for all. Its also helpful when batch cooking, to create something versatile. Thats what inspired this recipe. I aimed for a simple bread that I could use for anything and everything. From hamburger buns, to flatbread, even a pizza base,…

Pulled Chicken Gizzards

Pulled chicken gizzards. That’s right, not pulled pork, pulled gizzards. And these babies are glistening with fat and flavor! Today we’re going somewhere a little different. Organ meats are some of the most nutritionally dense foods you can eat. They have some of the highest concentration of your B vitamins, and your fat soluble vitamins…