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Thai Red Curry Chicken

I don’t know what it is about Thai food, but I crave it constantly. Much to my dismay, rice noodles do not fit anywhere into our slow carb or Whole30 lives, so I’ve had to learn to cook some of the good stuff all on my own. This Thai Red Curry chicken is so easy […]

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WTF: The Easiest Stir-Fry Ever

Yea yea, I know, I haven’t posted a recipe since April. I don’t really have an excuse – I just haven’t been writing much, though cooking plenty. So let’s just skip all the apologies and whatnot and get down to business. If you saw my post on the SlowCarbSnacktime Facebook the other day, I mentioned […]

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Devilish Egg Salad

I really love eggs, like.. a lot. They are the perfect slow carb food: one chicken egg packs 6g of protein, 5g of fat, less than 1g of sugar, as well as vitamins A, D, B-6, and B-12. As you can imagine, we eat a lot of eggs in this house. Duck, quail, chicken, I […]

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Whatsername Fish Tacos

Note: The story behind the name of this recipe is quite filthy and decidedly NOTΒ kid-friendlyΒ so if you don’t like dirty jokes, please skip the following paragraph. A few years ago, I was at home with my younger sister watching the Food Network (as per usual). We were watching an episode of “Best Thing I Ever […]

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Holy Crap! Garlic Soup

Before you continue reading, do five jumping jacks. Yes, right now. Stop reading and get up! Wasn’t that easy? Ok, now you can keep reading. — So, this might not be the right dish for a first date – unless you’re trying to make sure your potential new partner isn’t a vampire – but if […]

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Coconut-Curried Chicken & Broccoli

I won’t pretend to know a whole lot about Indian or Thai cuisines, but I do love the flavor profiles most commonly associated with these dishes and crave them often – especially with chicken. We picked up a 5 lb bag of frozen chicken breasts from Costco a few weeks ago, so I’ve had plenty […]

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Saturday Morning Shakshuka

Shakshuka is such a popular North African/Israeli dish, but I had never made it myself before. An errand-less Saturday morning is just what I needed! Packed with some serious flavor and topped with a half-dozen farm fresh eggs, it’s the perfect dish for breakfast in the living room, brunch with the folks, or dinner for […]

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Nice Rice: Cauliflower

I’ve been hearing about making “rice” from cauliflower for months now, but hadn’t tried it at home yet. Since I made that Spinach Dal the other day, it was finally time for a rice component, and oh boy is this stuff delicious!!! Any dish where you could want or need rice, this is the most […]

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Werewolf Soup

A big bowl of this warm and creamy soup brings a little bit of heat and looks just like a full moon, perfect for a chilly night and all those “hangry” (angry-when-hungry) eaters in your house. While it takes a bit of time for the veggies to soften up, all you really need for this […]

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North Philly Chili

Now that the fall weather is finally on its way, I can’t resist a spicy little number like my dad’s goulash or slow cooker chili. Β I’ve been playing with my chili recipes for quite some time and I am finally ready to share my “red chili” secrets (vs. white, which isn’t too far behind). As […]

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Rosemary-Skewered Shrimp

I have no idea why I don’t make shrimp more often. This recipe was so quick and easy, and so delicious. I made this for dinner with spaghetti squash and the shrimp were prepped and ready before the squash had cooled enough to eat. Great choice for a quick weeknight meal (or when The Boyfriend […]

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Cocky Cajun Seasoning

Some of you may have noticed that I love my Cajun seasoning. I am on my third bottle of this pre-mixed stuff and I use it on practically everything… or at least I did. For whatever reason, checking out the label never crossed my mind before today and can you guess what I found? Sugar! […]

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