Tag Archives: egg-free

Vegetarian Tikka Masala Curry

Vegetarian Tikka Masala Curry

Wow! We’ve been missing in action for some time! New things have been made, but new things haven’t been posted, which makes me a sad panda. I’ve been wanting to share the experience of creating a meat-less, paleo recipe for Thanksgiving. Life has been so busy that I haven’t gotten a moment to share createdContinue Reading

Autumn Moroccan Beef Stew

Autumn Moroccan Beef Stew

With the first days of Autumn upon us, languid Summer heat is fading into chilly breezes, blankets of fog, and trees full of fire. Inclement Fall weather always brings out the inner rebel in me who refuses to allow the last days of summer to end, fervently wearing flip-flops and capris until my teeth chatterContinue Reading

Allergy-friendly Seasame and Flax Seed “Pad Thai” Bars

Allergy-friendly Seasame and Flax Seed “Pad Thai” Bars

HOLY SIRACHA, BATMAN! Forget every other kind of snack bar. If you like spicy, you need these. NOW. These bars evolved from taking our savory toasted flax and sesame seed bars, spreading sunflower butter on them, and topping with a few dabs of siracha sauce. Rather than do that every time, I concluded that bakingContinue Reading

(Collard) Green Leaf Chicken Rolls

(Collard) Green Leaf Chicken Rolls

So, I lied. I said that I wasn’t an avid pinner on Pinterest. In the last few weeks, that has changed. I’ve been pinning things left and right, mostly teaching ideas, funny cat pictures, and things I’d make if I could crochet. A few weeks ago, I saw an explosion on my Pinterest wall ofContinue Reading

Savory Toasted Sesame-Flax Seed Snack Bars

Savory Toasted Sesame-Flax Seed Snack Bars

I was issued a challenge by a friend of mine during the spring of this year. She wanted me to make healthy snack bars that could be made for much cheaper than the Sweet Seeds bars that she tasted in Canada. I accepted the challenge, though it would be a little while before I couldContinue 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

The Hubster’s Paleo Shrimp Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms

The Hubster’s Paleo Shrimp Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms

Today is The Hubster’s birthday! Please wish him a happy one in the comments below! In commemoration of this awesome day, I want to share with you this delicious recipe which proves what a talented and amazing man I married. Have you checked out Hubster’s Corner under our recipe index? If you haven’t, you should.Continue Reading

Spanish Split Pea Soup

Spanish Split Pea Soup

Fair warning: If you’re strict about following a Paleolithic Diet, this recipe is probably not for you! As I’ve stated before many a times, we follow a paleo-conscious lifestyle, teetering between paleo and whole-foods approaches. This path is achieved by cutting a large portion of the paleo no-no’s from our daily food intake. Carbs, grains/gluten,Continue Reading

Lemon Fluffed Yams

Lemon Fluffed Yams

Here is a perfect side-dish recipe from one of our earliest experiments in the kitchen, updated with a recipe card. A little bit of savory, a little bit of sweet, these mashed yams are sure to melt in your mouth. We enjoyed them with Lemon-Thyme Cast-Iron Chicken and a spinach salad the first time thatContinue Reading

Cast-Iron Dijon Chicken: Dedicated to The Hubster

Cast-Iron Dijon Chicken: Dedicated to The Hubster

This Winter was rough, and Spring has been only slightly better. I would go as far as to say that 2014 has dashed off to a bumpy start. During the ice and snow storms this year, the copious amounts of snow and ice falling made me believe that thawing out will take years rather thanContinue Reading