Chocolate Muffins

[Paleo, Gluten Free & a Keto Option] I’m always trying to perfect these muffins because, in my opinion, almond flour makes everything dry.  I think the trick is to use coconut oil for these muffins.  Every time I use ghee, they are dry. I added the Cayenne powder to my last batch. Holy moly, they were delicious. …

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Garlic Confit

Confit (/kɒnfi/, French pronunciation: ​[kɔ̃fi]) (from the French word confire, literally “to preserve”) is any type of food that is cooked slowly over a long period of time as a method of preservation. In meat cooking, this requires the meat to be salted as part of the preservation process. For those unfamiliar, confit is a …

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Fire Cider

Fire cider has been touted as a folk remedy for generations, said to combat the flu and even the common cold, among other things, including aiding digestion and boosting the immune system.   Print Recipe Fire Cider Fire Cider is an immune-boosting elixir. Flu and cold season are upon us, and I should have made this …

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Tomato Basil Soup

I’ve been growing tomatoes for the past eight years.  They are my all-time favorite vegetable (although they are a fruit). I also grow basil and thyme.  So, you can imagine how easy this recipe is for me to make when there are more tomatoes than I know what to do with. This soup is by far one …

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Salmon Pan Fried

Let’s face it; I love all fish, yes, all fish!  So naturally, I spend time trying to figure out new ways to prepare it.  This pan-fried version is simple, easy, and so darn good. Print Recipe Salmon Pan Fried This is one of the easiest ways to prepare salmon. It’s a hit at my house! A nutrient …

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