Monthly Archives: July 2014

Baba Ganouj Faux Mac and Cheese

Baba Ganouj Faux Mac and Cheese

I’m not an avid Pinterest pinner. I glance at it on occasion, and pin teaching ideas more than anything else. Every now and then, I’ll admit that an awesome food picture crosses the screen, and I find myself thinking, “Ooh. That sounds interesting.” That’s sort of the case here. Sort of. I use it quiteContinue Reading

Delicious Slow Cooker Paleo Gumbo with Okra as a Thickener

Delicious Slow Cooker Paleo Gumbo with Okra as a Thickener

I love Cajun cooking. Love it. I miss living along the Gulf coast of Mississippi simply for the fact that I pine for the food terribly. Gumbo. Jamabalaya. Po’ Boys. Boiled Mud Bugs. Red beans and rice. Dirty rice. Crawfish Étouffée. Cornmeal Crusted Chicken. Savory Cajun Shrimp and Grits. Yummy. (Am I making you hungry,Continue Reading

Cherry-Berry Chia Jam

Cherry-Berry Chia Jam

This has been a week of playing catch-up with our new website. There were a few links on the “Basics 101″ page that directed folks back to the old one that I corrected yesterday. So if anyone was searching through that, you should have no trouble pulling up the information that you need. I don’tContinue Reading

Allergy-friendly Eggplant, Zucchini, and Yellow Squash Baba Ganouj Done in the Oven

Allergy-friendly Eggplant, Zucchini, and Yellow Squash Baba Ganouj Done in the Oven

Happy Fourth of July! Many of you are planning to attend cook-outs and Independence day parties. I would like to give our readers a chance to serve a healthy, savory, crowd-pleasing appetizer. It’s pretty easy to make and one of our favorite recipes. The weekend after the Hubster’s birthday, we went to Washington D.C. forContinue Reading